The National Stadium will play host to 15 Under-22 finals, with 19 new champions being crowned.
The tournament is being used to aid selection for the European Under-22 Championships in Vladikavkaz, Russia, in March.
Amy Broadhurst and Aoife O’Rourke, both finalists tonight, won gold and silver respectively at the last, third, edition in 2018 while Jason Quigley and Hughie Myers won gold and silver at the inaugural championships.
Tonight features a high-quality field including over a dozen Intermediate champions, eight defending champions, two champions from the Ulster Seniors last week, four Irish Elites runners-up and two Elite champions – while there has been a total of 16 major internationals (Worlds, Europeans, EUs, Commonwealths) won by the field.
FIRST BELL TONIGHT IS AT 6:30PM
National Men’s and Women’s U/22 Championships National Stadium Dublin
48kg Ciara Walsh (Smithfield) V Courtney Daly (Crumlin)
49kg Jack O’Neill (Corpus Christi) V Regan Buckley (St Teresa’s)
51kg Caitlyn Fryers (Immaculata) V Niamh Early (Ryston)
52kg Mark Corcoran (Corinthians) V Adam Hession (Monivea)
54kg Orinta Ringyte (Riverstown) W/O
56kg Colm Murphy (St Georges) V John Paul Hale (Star)
57kg Mary Geraghty (St Anthonys) W/O
60kg Amy Broadhurst (Dealgan) V Isobella Hughes (Mount Tallant)
60kg Patryk Adamus (Drimnagh) V David O Joyce (Ballymun)
64kg Shauna O’Callaghan (Clann Naofa) W/O
64kg Matthew McCole (Dungloe) V Pierce O’Leary (Dublin Docklands)
69kg Clodagh Greene (Crumlin) V Elice Elliott (South Meath)
69kg Aaron Daly (Castlebar) V Patrick Donovan (OLOL)
75kg Renee Roche (Castlebar) V Aoife O’Rourke (Castlerea)
75kg John Joe Nevin (Crumlin) V Gabriel Dossen (Olympic)
81kg No Entries
81kg Sean Conroy (Castlebar) V Kelyn Cassidy (St Saviours/Crystal)
81+kg Nell Fox (Rathkeale) W/O
91kg Kevin Sheehy (St Francis) V Thomas Maughan (Cavan)
91+kg Luke Hall (Crumlin) V Gytis Lisinskas (Celtic Eagles)