NATIONAL JUNIOR CADET CHAMPIONSHIPS 2013.
The 2013 National Junior Cadet finals and semi- finals will be decided at the National Stadium in Dublin on Friday evening.
Friday’s weigh-ins will be held between 8.30am and 9.30am and 12pm and 1pm at the National Stadium.
Saturday’s finals glove off at 1pm. Weigh-in between 8am and 9am.
National Junior Cadet Finals and Semi-Finals June 14th (6pm)
38.5kg Thomas Stokes (Oakleaf) v Jack Kavanagh (Swinford)
40kg Barry McReynolds (HolyTrinity) v Edward Donovan (O.L.OL.)
41.5kg Timmy Lee Casey (O.L.O.L.) v Sean Gallagher (St Davids Naas) (S/Final)
41.5kg Dominic Bradley (Errigal) v Dean Brophy (Portlaoise) (S/Final)
43kg Sean Whelan (Docklands) v Mickey Delaney (Olympic)
44.5kg Adam Kavanagh (Westside) v Paddy Donovan (O.L.O.L)
46kg Nathan May (Crumlin) v Aaron Mc Kenna (Old School)
48kg Jamie Harty (Rathkeale) v Callum Bradley (Sacred Heart Omagh)
50kg Sean Purcell (Marble City) v Jason Harty (Rathkeale)
52kg Airijus Vitlipas (St Davids Nass) v Brian Joyce (Moate) (S/Final)
52kg Peter Mc Cartan (Bishop Kelly) v Eric Nash (Knockmore) (S/Final)
54kg Paul Ryan (Bay City) v Aaron Gethins (Ballinacarrow)
56kg Christopher Gaynor (Navan) v Brian Mc Namee (Convoy)
59kg Thomas Maughan (Cavan) v Paul McCullagh (St Agnes) (SFinal)
62kg Jack Doherty (St Bridgets) v Colin Monerwali (Navan) (S/Final)
62kg Martin McDonagh (Ballincollig) v Kieran Kenny (Bunclody) (S/Final)
65kg Leon Gallagher (Finn Valley) v Jimmy O’Reilly (Portlaiose)
68kg Jordan Joyce (St Francis) v Kacper Bura (St Annes)
72kg Brian Elliott (Letterkenny) W/O
76kg Connie Mc Donagh (Dungarvan) W/O
76+kg Martin C Collins (Ballina) v Blaine O’ Brien (Clonmel)
Affiliation / Insurance 2013 / 2014
Applications for affiliation or re-affiliation must be received by County Boards not later than 31st May, by Provincial Councils not later than 30th June and by the National Association not later than 31st July to ensure voting rights at the Annual Conventions of County Boards, Provincial Councils and the Association.
Fees for 2013/2014 are - Affiliation €15 Insurance €700 Total €715
Affiliation Fee broken down as follows: Provincial Councils €5, County Boards €5, Boxing Council €5
Kindly use the Affiliation Form enclosed.
IRELAND - V - SCOTLAND
County Monaghan celebrates the Gathering
County Monaghan will host its first ever International this weekend when the mighty Scots make their way to Ireland. Tyholland Complex will be the venue where teams from the Irish Elite Schoolboys and Irish Elite Youth squads will compete against Scotland. In all 52 Irish champions will be on show traveling from all parts of Ulster and Ireland for this two day International. The flag ship event was only made possible with the support of Monaghan County council in celebration of the Gathering with Old School ABC. Taking the stage and proudly representing Monaghan will be Stephen and Aaron McKenna.
Ireland and Scotland shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw in Friday night’s double header of Internationals at the Tyholland Community Centre in Co. Monaghan.
Click Here for Fridays Results.
Ireland and Scotland completed their two-day international at the Tyholland Community Centre in Co. Monaghan tonight.
Ireland won 15-14 on Friday. On Saturday it finished tied at 13-13. Overall, it finished 28-27 to Ireland, who claim the McGuigan Cup.
“On some occasions you can find that one team is superior to the other, said Paddy Gallagher of the IABA.
“But both sides were very evenly matched in Monaghan and the standard of boxing was very high from Ireland and Scotland over the two days.
“Both sides deserve enormous credit for a very competitive international and a marvellous occasion.”
Click Here for Saturdays Results.
ULSTER CLUB DEVELOPMENT
As a result of the Ulster Boxing Club Audit and the availability of capital funding through the Sport NI Investment in Boxing Programme, a series of workshops have been planned to support clubs through the development and funding process.
For more info click: HERE
WORLD POLICE & FIRE GAMES 2013
Belfast will host the World Police & Fire Games from 1-10 August 2013 when we hope to attract 10,000 competitors from around 70 countries.
The Games will include approximately 56 sports at 42 venues across Northern Ireland. The event represents an amazing opportunity to raise our international profile, boost the economy and leave a lasting legacy.
The Boxing will run from 5th / 9th August at the Ulster Hall.
Register at www.2013wpfg.com
Electronic Flyer: http://www.2013wpfg.com/media/52295/boxing_edited_3.pdf
YOUTH CAPITAL FUNDING SCHEME.
If your club is linked to a Youth Group affiliated to the Education Board this funding my be of interest to you and the Youth Group.
The Department of Education has announced a new call for proposals under its Youth Capital Funding Scheme for Voluntary Organisations 2013/2014. Funding is available to assist with the costs of refurbishing premises, improving facilities or access for people with disabilities, bringing the property up to current health, safety and fire authority standards, towards child protection measures or meeting needs of young people within Section 75/those at greater risk of social exclusion/marginalisation.
To be eligible your organisation must be registered with the local education and library board or receive funding from the Youth Council for Northern Ireland and be able to demonstrate the operation of a Youth Service Programme for at least 9 hours per week for a minimum of 30 weeks per annum. The closing date for applications is the 28th June 2013.
Click on Link below:
If you require further information about the Scheme please contact:
Estate Operations Team, Department of Education, Rathgael House
43 Balloo Road, Rathgill, BANGOR, BT19 7PR
Tel: Local: 028 9127 9452
International: +44 (0)28 9127 9452
NATIONAL GIRL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2013
11, 12, 13 14 yrs AND YOUTH 15 & 16 yrs
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