Ireland defeat Italy at National Stadium

Ireland recorded a 5-2 victory over Italy at the National Stadium in Dublin tonight to set up what should be a thrilling finale with France tomorrow afternoon.

Ireland recorded a 5-2 victory over Italy at the National Stadium in Dublin tonight to set up what should be a thrilling finale with France tomorrow afternoon.

Ray Moylett, Jamie Kavanagh and David Joyce were all in top form with all three boxers earning wide margins of victory.

David Barrett also had his hand raised in triumph after he edged out Diego Colantoni by a margin of one point in an exciting middleweight clash.

Heavyweight Darren Cruise made it five in a row for Ireland - but Sean Turner was beaten in the final bout of the evening by Samuel Giacomoni.

Earlier today, John O'Neill from the St David's club in Nass, produced one of the performances of the tournament after he came from behind to outpoint German European Cadet champion Eduard Schmidt, who was beaten by the impressive Tyrone McKenna of the Oliver Plunkett club in Belfast, on Friday evening.

Schmidt finished on top of the 54Kg podium at the 2007 European Cadet Championships are beating Ukrainian Pavlov Tkachenko 18-10 in Siofok, Hungary.

McKenna withdrew from this evenings featherweight meeting with Ciro Cipriano because of an injury, while Neil Walker was out-pointed by Germanys Steven Malinka.

France beat Germany 6-2 this afternoon.

International Round Robin

July 5 Ireland v Italy (Evening session)

51Kg: Neil Walker (Ireland) lost to Steven Malinka (Germany) 5-11

57Kg: Tyrone McKenna (Ireland) lost to Ciro Cipriano (Italy) W/O

60Kg: Ray Moylett ((Ireland) beat Cristian Ruggeri (Italy) 20-4

64Kg: Jamie Kavanagh (Ireland) beat Vincenzo Cosenza (Italy) 25-6

69Kg: David Joyce (Ireland) beat Antonio Aiello (Italy) 28-2

75Kg: David Barrett (Ireland) beat Diego Colantoni (Italy) 9-8

91Kg: Darren Cruise (Ireland) beat Graziano Calabro (Italy) 8-4

91+Kg: Sean Turner (Ireland) lost to Samuel Giacomoni (Italy) 8-15

(Ireland win 5-2 & 5-3 overall)

July 5 France v Germany (afternoon session)

48Kg: Thomas Masson (France) beat Declan Geraghty (Ireland) 17-8

57Kg: Oktay Takalak (France) beat Giodi Scala (Italy) 15-12

57Kg: John O'Neill (Ireland) beat Eduard Schmidt (Germany) 11-9

48Kg: Jerome Beccu (France) beat Hamza Touba (Germany) DISQ4

54Kg: Oulid Belaoura (France) beat Andre Miltzow (Germany) 14-4

57Kg: Souleymane Cissokho (France) beat Clemense Busse (Germany) 13-6

60Kg: Ahmed El Mousaoui (France) beat Feli Lamm (Germany) RET4

64Kg: Chabane Fehim (France) beat Marcus Grund (Germany) 14-0

69Kg: Eric Lenfant (France) beat Dimitri Baginski (Germany) 8-3

75Kg: Reda Sada (France) lost to Enrico Kolling (Germany) 5-14

81Kg: Bruno Chaumont Mutevellian (France) lost to Artur Schmidt (Germany) 5-13

(France win 6-2 & 8-2 overall)

July 4 France v Italy (afternoon session)

48Kg: Jeremy Beccu (France) beat Garry Molloy (Ireland) 20-10

48Kg: Thomas Masson (France) beat David Nevin (Ireland) 14-6

54Kg: Walid Belaoura (France) beat Giodi Scala (Italy) 25-7

57Kg: Souleymane Cissokho (France) beat Ciro Cipriano (Italy) 6-5

60Kg: Ahmed El Mousaoui (France) beat Cristian Ruggeri (Italy) 19-2

64Kg: Chabane Fehim (France) beat Vincenzo Cosenza (Italy) 18-3

69Kg: Eric Lenfant (France) beat Antonio Aiello (Italy) 16-3

75Kg: Reda Saad (France) lost to Diego Colantoni (Italy) 12-14

(France win 5-1 & 7-1 overall)

July 4 Ireland v Germany (evening session)

48Kg: Declan Geraghty (Ireland) beat Hamza Touba (Germany) 14-10

51Kg: Ruairi Dalton (Ireland) beat Stephen Malinka (Germany) 23-6

54Kg: Tyrone McCullagh (Ireland) beat Andre Miltzow (Germany) 20-6

57Kg: Tyrone McKenna (Ireland) beat Eduard Schmidt (Germany) 17-2

57Kg: John O'Neill (Ireland) lost to Clemens Busse (Germany) 8-9

60Kg: Martin McDonagh (Ireland) lost to Felix Lamm (Germany) RSC2

64Kg: Jamie Kavanagh (Ireland) beat Marcus Grund (Germany) 17-4

69Kg: David Joe Joyce (Ireland) beat Dimitry Baginski (Germany) 23-6

75Kg: David Barrett (Ireland) lost to Enrico Kolling (Germany) 1-13

81Kg: Stephen Ward (Ireland) lost to Artur Schmidt (Germany) 7-13

91Kg: Darren Cruise (Ireland) lost to Cem Akkus (Germany) 3-18

91+Kg: Sean Turner (Ireland) beat Tom Tiehussek (Germany) 11-8

(Ireland win 7-5)

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CourtsboxingHeathrowPlace: National Stadium IrelandPlace: National StadiumPlace: DublinPlace: NassPlace: BelfastPlace: Siofok, HungaryPlace: IrelandPlace: ItalyPlace: FrancePlace: GermanyPerson: Ray MoylettPerson: Jamie KavanaghPerson: David JoycePerson: David BarrettPerson: Diego ColantoniPerson: Darren CruisePerson: Sean TurnerPerson: Samuel GiacomoniPerson: John O'NeillPerson: Eduard SchmidtPerson: Tyrone McKennaPerson: SchmidtPerson: Pavlov TkachenkoPerson: McKennaPerson: Ciro CiprianoPerson: Neil WalkerPerson: Steven MalinkaPerson: Cristian RuggeriPerson: Vincenzo CosenzaPerson: Antonio AielloPerson: Graziano CalabroPerson: Thomas MassonPerson: Declan GeraghtyPerson: Oktay TakalakPerson: Giodi ScalaPerson: Jerome BeccuPerson: Hamza ToubaPerson: Oulid BelaouraPerson: Andre MiltzowPerson: Souleymane CissokhoPerson: Clemense BussePerson: Ahmed El MousaouiPerson: Feli LammPerson: Chabane FehimPerson: Marcus GrundPerson: Eric LenfantPerson: Dimitri BaginskiPerson: Reda SadaPerson: Enrico KollingPerson: Bruno Chaumont MutevellianPerson: Artur SchmidtPerson: Jeremy BeccuPerson: Garry MolloyPerson: David NevinPerson: Walid BelaouraPerson: Reda SaadPerson: Ruairi DaltonPerson: Stephen MalinkaPerson: Tyrone McCullaghPerson: Clemens BussePerson: Martin McDonaghPerson: Felix LammPerson: David Joe JoycePerson: Dimitry BaginskiPerson: Stephen WardPerson: Cem AkkusPerson: Tom TiehussekEvent: 2007 European Cadet ChampionshipsEvent: International Round RobinOrganisation: IrelandOrganisation: ItalyOrganisation: FranceOrganisation: St DavidOrganisation: Oliver PlunkettOrganisation: Germany

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