Both the Dublin and the Belfast fighter followed Gaberial Dossen – who registered victory on the opening day – in progressing to the next round.
The pair claimed unanimous points victories in their respective major international tournament debuts.
Esker BC’s history maker Maguire claimed a 5-0 win over Poland’s Daniel Wieslaw Piotrowski in the 71kg class, while St Pauls teen Dylan Eagleson defeated Turkey’s Muhammet Saci by the same scoreline in the 54kg class.
Maguire’s win sets up a last 16 clash with No. 3 seed, Georgia’s Eskerkhan Madiev in Saturday’s evening session. Eagleson also faces a fancied fighter at his weight as he fights No. 2 seed, Spain’s Gabriel Mascunano Escobar in Sunday’s evening session.
Brandon McCarthy will look to make it three from three today and four from four for the entire tournament when he fights this evening.
The Kilkenny man takes on Brandon McCarthy England’s Joseph Tyers in the evening session.
48kg Ricky Nesbitt, Holy Family, Drogheda
51kg Sean Mari, Monkstown BC, Dublin
54kg Dylan Eagleson, St. Paul’s, Belfast
57kg Adam Hession, Monivea BC, Galway
60kg JP Hale, Star ABC, Belfast.
63.5kg Brandon McCarthy, St. Michael’s, Athy.
67kg Eugene McKeever, Holy Family, Drogheda
71kg Luke Maguire, Esker BC, Dublin
75kg Gabriel Dossen, Olympic, Galway.
92kg Jack Marley, Monkstown BC, Dublin