Irish EU Squad bring home 15 medals

July 8, 2013

Olympic and World champion Katie Taylor has claimed her fifth European Union Boxing Championship with a unanimous victory over France’s Estelle Mossely in Hungary.

 

Ireland secured a record breaking 15 medals – 5 gold, 3 silver, and 7 bronze at the 23 nation Championships in Keszthely.

 

Irish 2013 EU Women’s Senior, Youth and Junior Championships Squad

 

Senior

48kg: Lynne McEnery (St Pauls)

51kg: Ceire Smith (Cavan)

54kg: Dervla Duffy (Ryston)

57kg: Michaela Walsh (Holy Family)

60kg: Katie Taylor (Bray) (Gold)

63kg: Kelly Harrington (Corinthians)

69kg: Claire Grace (Callan) (Bronze)

75kg: Sinead Kavannagh (Drimnagh)

81kg: Lianne Murphy (Carrickmacross) (Silver)

 

Youth

48kg: Kristina O’Hara (Emerald) (Gold)

51kg: Lycia Heneghan (Ballinrobe)

54kg: Christine Gargan (St Georges) (Bronze)

57kg: Niamh Ball (Trojan) (Silver)

60kg: Cheyanne O’Neill (Athlone)

63kg: Sally Ann Carrig (Ennis)

69kg: Christine Desmond (Macroom) (Bronze)

75kg: Cathy Higgins (Ardnaree) (Bronze)

81kg: Maeve McCarron (Carrigart) (Bronze)

 

Junior

48kg: Jacqui Lynch (Golden Gloves) (Gold)

52kg: Natasha Logan (Ryston)

54kg: Grainne Gavin (Castlebar) (Gold)

57kg: Amy Broadhurst (Dealgan) (Gold)

60kg: Ciara Ginty (Geesala) (Bronze)

63kg: Ciara Sheedy (Swinford) (Silver)

66kg: Leah Marie Doyle-Roche (St Brigids) (Bronze)

70kg: Aoife Burke (St Marys)

Boxer of the Tournament: Katie Taylor (Ireland)

Team Manager: Maura Campbell

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