National U18 Championships – Day 2 Results

The first 2017 U18 champion was decided last night at the National Stadium on Day 2 of proceedings

Monivea pinweight Adam Hession collected the 46kg title after a split verdict victory over Lurgan’s Diarmuid Toland.

Boxing continues at 11am this morning with a batch of semi finals and six finals.

The remaining four finals will be decided next Friday.

National Men’s U/18 Championships National Stadium Dublin
May 13th (5.30pm)
46kg Adam Hession (Monivea) beat Diarmuid Toland (Lurgan) 3-2

52kg Raymond Collins (Trojan) beat Jordan Sheehan (Clonmel) 3-2
52kg David O Joyce (Ballymun) beat Martin McDonagh (Ballina) 5-0
52kg Sean Kavanagh (Monkstown D) beat Kane Marshall (Emerald Antrim) 5-0
52kg Ownie McDonagh (Leeside Lough) beat Gavin Flynn (Dungarvan) 5-0
60kg Eamer Coughlan (Riverstown) beat Joe Whelan (St Ibars/Josephs) AB2
60kg Cillian Spillane (Trojan) beat Nathan Mongan (Cavan) 4-1
60kg Callum Bradley (Sacred Heart Omagh) beat Sean Whelan (Docklands) 4-1
60kg Kenneth Doyle (Monsktown D) beat Dillon McDonagh (Docklands) 4-1
64kg Patrick Donovan (O.L.O.L.) beat Michael Avetisian (Glasnevin) KO2
64kg Luke Burke (Grangecon) beat Sean Dempsey (Sacre Coeur) 3-2
64kg Michael Kinsella (St Anthony’s/Pats) beat Leigh Wilson (Westside) 5-0
64kg Pierce O’Leary (Docklands) beat Tom Stokes (All Saints Ballymena) 5-0
69kg Jason Harty (Rathkeale) beat Jack Conroy (Elite Mullingar) 4-1
69kg Paul Ryan (Bay City) beat Cameron Bennett (Bracken) 5-0
69kg Michael Hennessy (St Monicas) beat Brian Elliott (Illies GG) 5-0
69kg Gabriel Dossen (Olympic) beat Terence David Ward (Eagle) 5-0

49kg Terry O’Donohue (St Michaels Athy) beat Sean Kelly (Dunfanaghy) 5-0
56kg Seamus Mongan (Bay City) beat Robbie Gould (Monkstown D) 3-2
56kg Craig Kavanagh (Crumlin) beat Sean Purcell (Enniskerry) 5-0
75kg Jordan Myers (Sligo City) beat Jack Lawlor (Thurles) 5-0
75kg Tommy Hyde (Setanta) beat Jamie Harty (Rathkeale) 4-1`
81kg Pierre Stokes (Athlone) beat Ryan Bolger (Crumlin) 5-0
91kg Martin Jim Mongan (Ennis) beat Thomas Cogley (Monivea) KO2
91kg Thomas Gavin (Darndale) beat Paul McCullough (St John Bosco U) 4-1
91+kg Luke Hill (Crumlin) W/O

Sunday, May 13th
S/Finals (11am)
52kg Raymond Collins (Trojan) V David Oliver Joyce (Ballymun)
52kg Sean Kavanagh (Monkstown D) V Ownie McDonagh (Leeside Lough)
60kg Eamer Coughlan (Riverstown) V Cillian Spillane (Trojan)
60kg Callum Bradley (Sacred Heart Omagh) V Kenneth Doyle (Monkstown)
64kg Patrick Donovan (O.L.O.L.) V Luke Burke (Grangecon)
64kg Michael Kinsella (St Anthony’s/Pats) V Pierce O’Leary (Docklands)
69kg Jason Harty (Rathkeale) V Paul Ryan (Bay City)
69kg Michael Hennessy (St Monicas) V Gabriel Dossen (Olympic)

49kg Liam Glennon (St Josephs Derry) V Terry O’Donohue (St Michaels Athy)
56kg Seamus Mongan (Bay City) V Craig Kavanagh (Crumlin)
75kg Jordan Myers (Sligo City) V Tommy Hyde (Setanta)
81kg Thomas Maughan (Cavan) V Pierre Stokes (Athlone)
91kg Martin Jim Mongan (Ennis) V Thomas Gavin (Darndale)
91+kg Martin J Mongan (Ennis) V Luke Hill (Crumlin)

Friday, May 19th
Finals (5pm)
52kg Winner V Winner
60kg Winner V Winner
64kg Winner V Winner
69kg Winner V Winner

May 12th
60kg Callum Bradley (Sacred Heart Omagh) beat Ryan Copeland (Erne) 5-0
60kg Sean Whelan (Docklands) beat Matthew McDonagh (Docklands) 5-0
60kg Kenneth Doyle (Monsktown D) beat Tom O’Neill (St Francis) 5-0
60kg Dillon McDonagh (Docklands) beat John Paul Fitzpatrick (Bay City) 3-2
64kg Tom Stokes (All Saints) beat Ian Desmond (Midleton) 5-0
69kg Michael Hennessy (St Monicas) beat Dylan Caldwell (Portlaoise) 5-0
69kg Terence David Ward (Eagle) beat Karin Finnily (Lisburn) 5-0
69kg Gabriel Dossen (Olympic) beat Airijus Vitlipas (St Davids) 5-0

75kg Jack Lawlor (Tramore) beat Evan Cleary (Liberty) 5-0
75kg Jamie Harty (Rathkeale) W/O
75kg Tommy Hyde (Setanta) beat Brian McNamee (Convoy) 5-0
56kg Robbie Gould (Monkstown D) beat Jordan Smith (Holy Family Drogheda) 5-0
56kg Sean Purcell (Enniskerry) beat Jimmy McCarthy (St Michaels Athy) 5-0
56kg Craig Kavanagh (Crumlin) beat David McDonagh (Docklands) 5-0

Joe O'Neill

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