Cut-man course Limerick

Posted: December 9, 2015 in Contact

CUTMAN COURSE LIMERICK
Hosted by the Munster High Performance Team & Declan Fitzgerald
Like many courses that are provided by the Munster High Performance Team. The Cutman Course gives coaches an opportunity to educate themselves on the latest evidence based techniques in fighter safety and care.

Ultimately the Cutman Course does not endorse the use of dangerous drugs i.e. adrenaline (AIBA Technical rule 16.2.3) nor does it break current European medicine laws.

Rather the course educates participants on natural alternatives which are just as effect and more efficient in their use over a 50 second time period using modern not archaic tools used by Cutmen to date.

The Cutman Course is brought to you by Joseph Clifford Cutman whom has worked with AIBA in Doha World Boxing Championships 2015 and the WSB in 2014.

The course has trained over 200 participants and 4 national amateur boxing teams to date. It’s resounding success based on the courses ability to deliver safe effective evidence based treatments.
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All clubs please check this!!

Posted: September 1, 2015 in Contact

can all Clubs please check that they details are correct in (clubs in Munster 2015-16) on the Munster boxing web page! Please do not hesitate to contact me to make any changes by email munsterhpboxing@gmail.com

thank you

Munster High Performance Seminar

Posted: August 12, 2015 in Contact

All clubs a seminar on high performance will take this Sat the 15th August at the Firgrove Hotel  10am Jimmy Payne will provide tutors and lectures with video analysis This is a very good seminar and all coaches/Clubs should make it there business to attend

guarda vetting

Posted: October 17, 2014 in Contact

All clubs further to confirmation from H Q all persons over 18 who are not boxers,
but boxers also if involved in coaching must be guarda vetted ! The council will be setting up data base of all vetted persons and proof of same will be required get vetting please

Ballyhaunis BC middleweight Sean Conroy booked his ticket into the last-16 of the AIBA World Junior Championships in Kiev, Ukriane with a convincing win over Romania’s Marian Iou today.

But Martin Collins bowed out of the tournament after dropping a split decision to Turkish bantamweight Ahmet Micik at the Palace of Sports venue in the Ukrainian capital.

Conroy, operating from behind a high guard, held his composure in the face of an aggressive start from Iou to pick off some slick counters, two lefts rocking his opponent backwards in the opening frame.

Irish squad in Kiev

The Irish champion set up Iou with a body shot in the second, and when the Romanian dropped his guard, Conroy drove home a big right to the head to force a standing count.

Iou took another standing count off a right near the end of the round as Conroy continued to dominate en route to a unanimous decision and a last-16 clash with Germany’s Jonathan Fischbuch.

Collins was involved in a tight three-rounder with Micik. Both boxers had their moments in this encounter, but the judges leaned in favour of the Turk after the final bell.

“It was a 50/50 fight and it could have gone either way, said Irish coach Billy McClean. “It was a solid performance from Martin. Sean was superb. He boxed extremely well and we’re very pleased with the win.”

James Cleary, Lewis Crocker and Kevin Kehoe will be in action tomorrow.

AIBA World Junior Championships (Last 32 unless stated)

September 8th
54kg Martin Collins (Ireland) lost to Ahmet Micik (Turkey) 1-2
75kg Sean Conroy (Ireland) beat Marian Iou (Romania) 3-0

September 9th
57kg James Cleary (Ireland) v Dalton Smith (England)
66kg Lewis Crocker (Ireland) v Andreas Kokkinos (Cyprus)
70kg Kevin Kehoe (Ireland) v Jonathan Zumbe (Germany)

September 10th
46kg Luke O’Shea (Ireland) v Israel Picazo (Mexico) (last 16)
52kg Ryan Green (Ireland) v Yousef Saeed (Kuwait)
60kg Kieran Molloy (Ireland) v Tamas Molnar (Hungary)
75kg Sean Conroy (Ireland) v Jonathan Fischbuch (Germany) (last 16)
81kg+ Cormack Long (Ireland) v Rustan Ibraikhaliev (Russia)

September 11th
48kg Willie Donoghue (Ireland) v Oybek Juraev (Uzbekistan) or Mikhael Ostroumov (Israel)
63kg John Joyce (Ireland) v Yoelvis Diaz (Cuba)

Irish squad

46kg Luke O’Shea (Ballincollig)
48kg Willie O’Donoghue (St Michael’s Athy)
52kg Ryan Green (Oakleaf)
54kg Martin Collins (St Anne’s)
57kg James Cleary (Olympic)
60kg Kieran Molloy (Oughterard)
63kg John Joyce (St Michael’s Athy)
66kg Lewis Crocker (Holy Trinity)
70kg Kevin Kehoe (Marble City)
75kg Sean Conroy (Ballyhaunis)
80kg+ Cormac Long (Rathkeale)

Team manager Jim Walsh
Coaches Billy McClean and Tom Hayes
Physio Eoin Naughton

World Junior Championships

Posted: September 4, 2013 in Contact

The 11-strong Ireland squad for the 9th AIBA World Junior Championships leave Dublin in the early hours of Thursday morning for the Ukraine

Boxing at the tournament, which is expected to attract over 50 nations, begins at the Palace of Sports in Kiev on Saturday.

Bouts to be contested over three, two minute rounds.

The squad have been in training camp at the National Stadium in Dublin for the last number of weeks and Irish coach Billy McClean was in an upbeat mood about Ireland’s prospects.

“Our training and sparring has gone well and the squad are eagerly looking forward to getting the tournament underway in Kiev. It will be a tough test, but the squad have prepared well and are eager to get in the ring now,” he said.

Joe Ward, the 2011 European Elite champion, is the last Irish boxer to medal at this level, the Moate BC southpaw stopping Armenia’s Hayk Khachatryan in round three in 2009 to secure 70kg gold in Yerevan, Armenia.

John Stokes and Martin Conroy reached the bantamweight and middleweight quarter-finals at the 2011 AIBA World Junior Championships in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The Irish pair were edged out by Germany’s Dimitar Tilev and Russia’s Artem Melkonyan, who were both beaten in their semi-finals.

“We had two in the quarter-finals last time out and came very close. Our squad will be giving it absolutely everything to finish amongst the medals in Kiev, as our boys did in Almaty two years ago. As always, we’ll be looking for a bit of the rub of the green in the draw”, added McClean.

Invitation Letter_AIBA Junior World Boxing Championships 2013 – 12.07.2013
Irish squad 2013 AIBA World Junior Championships, Kiev, Ukraine September 5th/15th
46kg Luke O’Shea (Ballincollig)
48kg Willie O’Donoghue (St Michael’s Athy)
52kg Ryan Green (Oakleaf)
54kg Martin Collins (St Anne’s)
57kg James Cleary (Olympic)
60kg Kieran Molloy (Oughterard)
63kg John Joyce (St Michael’s Athy)
66kg Lewis Crocker (Holy Trinity)
70kg Kevin Kehoe (Marble City)
75kg Sean Conroy (Ballyhaunis)
80kg+ Cormac Long (Rathkeale)
Team manager Jim Walsh
Coaches Billy McClean and Tom Hayes
Physio Eoin Naughton

Link  —  Posted: April 5, 2013 in Contact