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Stefan packs a punch in national final

September 18th, 2015 1:04 PM

By Southern Star Team

Boxing clever: Head coach Andy Kerins, Stefen O'Neill and Andrew Desmond of Bantry Boxing Club.

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A TALENTED Bantry boxer packed a real punch at the National Junior Cadet Boxing Championships held at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin.

Bantry Boxing Club’s Stefen O’Neill covered himself in glory by becoming the third Bantry boxer to compete in an All-Ireland final this year alone – along with the deadly Desmond duo, Jack and James – when he won through to the 54kg decider.

The best young 12 and 13-year-old boys in the country, Stefen defeated (a unanimous decision) current 12-year-old national champion Luke Byrne-Doyle of the Callan ABC, Kilkenny, in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-final against Davey McDonagh of the Sparticus ABC, Dublin, the West Cork boxer, again, won all three rounds to record a comprehensive unanimous points win to seal his place in the final, at the national arena.

In the final against current 13-year-old national champion Sean Crowley of Arklow ABC, it was the Wicklow teenager that showed his experience to just win a close bout.

Bantry Boxing Club would also like to congratulate its head coach and founder, Andy Kerins, on his recent appointment as a senior coach on the newly-formed Munster Elite High Performance Boxing Squad.

Andy has been one of the Cork county boxing coaches for the last five years and has represented his country as the Irish team manager in Azerbaijan previously.

A TALENTED Bantry boxer packed a real punch at the National Junior Cadet Boxing Championships held at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin.

Bantry Boxing Club’s Stefen O’Neill covered himself in glory by becoming the third Bantry boxer to compete in an All-Ireland final this year alone – along with the deadly Desmond duo, Jack and James – when he won through to the 54kg decider.

The best young 12 and 13-year-old boys in the country, Stefen defeated (a unanimous decision) current 12-year-old national champion Luke Byrne-Doyle of the Callan ABC, Kilkenny, in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-final against Davey McDonagh of the Sparticus ABC, Dublin, the West Cork boxer, again, won all three rounds to record a comprehensive unanimous points win to seal his place in the final, at the national arena.

In the final against current 13-year-old national champion Sean Crowley of Arklow ABC, it was the Wicklow teenager that showed his experience to just win a close bout.

Bantry Boxing Club would also like to congratulate its head coach and founder, Andy Kerins, on his recent appointment as a senior coach on the newly-formed Munster Elite High Performance Boxing Squad.

Andy has been one of the Cork county boxing coaches for the last five years and has represented his country as the Irish team manager in Azerbaijan previously.

A TALENTED Bantry boxer packed a real punch at the National Junior Cadet Boxing Championships held at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin.

Bantry Boxing Club’s Stefen O’Neill covered himself in glory by becoming the third Bantry boxer to compete in an All-Ireland final this year alone – along with the deadly Desmond duo, Jack and James – when he won through to the 54kg decider.

The best young 12 and 13-year-old boys in the country, Stefen defeated (a unanimous decision) current 12-year-old national champion Luke Byrne-Doyle of the Callan ABC, Kilkenny, in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-final against Davey McDonagh of the Sparticus ABC, Dublin, the West Cork boxer, again, won all three rounds to record a comprehensive unanimous points win to seal his place in the final, at the national arena.

In the final against current 13-year-old national champion Sean Crowley of Arklow ABC, it was the Wicklow teenager that showed his experience to just win a close bout.

Bantry Boxing Club would also like to congratulate its head coach and founder, Andy Kerins, on his recent appointment as a senior coach on the newly-formed Munster Elite High Performance Boxing Squad.

Andy has been one of the Cork county boxing coaches for the last five years and has represented his country as the Irish team manager in Azerbaijan previously.

A TALENTED Bantry boxer packed a real punch at the National Junior Cadet Boxing Championships held at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin.

Bantry Boxing Club’s Stefen O’Neill covered himself in glory by becoming the third Bantry boxer to compete in an All-Ireland final this year alone – along with the deadly Desmond duo, Jack and James – when he won through to the 54kg decider.

The best young 12 and 13-year-old boys in the country, Stefen defeated (a unanimous decision) current 12-year-old national champion Luke Byrne-Doyle of the Callan ABC, Kilkenny, in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-final against Davey McDonagh of the Sparticus ABC, Dublin, the West Cork boxer, again, won all three rounds to record a comprehensive unanimous points win to seal his place in the final, at the national arena.

In the final against current 13-year-old national champion Sean Crowley of Arklow ABC, it was the Wicklow teenager that showed his experience to just win a close bout.

Bantry Boxing Club would also like to congratulate its head coach and founder, Andy Kerins, on his recent appointment as a senior coach on the newly-formed Munster Elite High Performance Boxing Squad.

Andy has been one of the Cork county boxing coaches for the last five years and has represented his country as the Irish team manager in Azerbaijan previously.

A TALENTED Bantry boxer packed a real punch at the National Junior Cadet Boxing Championships held at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin.

Bantry Boxing Club’s Stefen O’Neill covered himself in glory by becoming the third Bantry boxer to compete in an All-Ireland final this year alone – along with the deadly Desmond duo, Jack and James – when he won through to the 54kg decider.

The best young 12 and 13-year-old boys in the country, Stefen defeated (a unanimous decision) current 12-year-old national champion Luke Byrne-Doyle of the Callan ABC, Kilkenny, in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-final against Davey McDonagh of the Sparticus ABC, Dublin, the West Cork boxer, again, won all three rounds to record a comprehensive unanimous points win to seal his place in the final, at the national arena.

In the final against current 13-year-old national champion Sean Crowley of Arklow ABC, it was the Wicklow teenager that showed his experience to just win a close bout.

Bantry Boxing Club would also like to congratulate its head coach and founder, Andy Kerins, on his recent appointment as a senior coach on the newly-formed Munster Elite High Performance Boxing Squad.

Andy has been one of the Cork county boxing coaches for the last five years and has represented his country as the Irish team manager in Azerbaijan previously.

A TALENTED Bantry boxer packed a real punch at the National Junior Cadet Boxing Championships held at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin.

Bantry Boxing Club’s Stefen O’Neill covered himself in glory by becoming the third Bantry boxer to compete in an All-Ireland final this year alone – along with the deadly Desmond duo, Jack and James – when he won through to the 54kg decider.

The best young 12 and 13-year-old boys in the country, Stefen defeated (a unanimous decision) current 12-year-old national champion Luke Byrne-Doyle of the Callan ABC, Kilkenny, in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-final against Davey McDonagh of the Sparticus ABC, Dublin, the West Cork boxer, again, won all three rounds to record a comprehensive unanimous points win to seal his place in the final, at the national arena.

In the final against current 13-year-old national champion Sean Crowley of Arklow ABC, it was the Wicklow teenager that showed his experience to just win a close bout.

Bantry Boxing Club would also like to congratulate its head coach and founder, Andy Kerins, on his recent appointment as a senior coach on the newly-formed Munster Elite High Performance Boxing Squad.

Andy has been one of the Cork county boxing coaches for the last five years and has represented his country as the Irish team manager in Azerbaijan previously.

A TALENTED Bantry boxer packed a real punch at the National Junior Cadet Boxing Championships held at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin.

Bantry Boxing Club’s Stefen O’Neill covered himself in glory by becoming the third Bantry boxer to compete in an All-Ireland final this year alone – along with the deadly Desmond duo, Jack and James – when he won through to the 54kg decider.

The best young 12 and 13-year-old boys in the country, Stefen defeated (a unanimous decision) current 12-year-old national champion Luke Byrne-Doyle of the Callan ABC, Kilkenny, in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-final against Davey McDonagh of the Sparticus ABC, Dublin, the West Cork boxer, again, won all three rounds to record a comprehensive unanimous points win to seal his place in the final, at the national arena.

In the final against current 13-year-old national champion Sean Crowley of Arklow ABC, it was the Wicklow teenager that showed his experience to just win a close bout.

Bantry Boxing Club would also like to congratulate its head coach and founder, Andy Kerins, on his recent appointment as a senior coach on the newly-formed Munster Elite High Performance Boxing Squad.

Andy has been one of the Cork county boxing coaches for the last five years and has represented his country as the Irish team manager in Azerbaijan previously.

A TALENTED Bantry boxer packed a real punch at the National Junior Cadet Boxing Championships held at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin.

Bantry Boxing Club’s Stefen O’Neill covered himself in glory by becoming the third Bantry boxer to compete in an All-Ireland final this year alone – along with the deadly Desmond duo, Jack and James – when he won through to the 54kg decider.

The best young 12 and 13-year-old boys in the country, Stefen defeated (a unanimous decision) current 12-year-old national champion Luke Byrne-Doyle of the Callan ABC, Kilkenny, in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-final against Davey McDonagh of the Sparticus ABC, Dublin, the West Cork boxer, again, won all three rounds to record a comprehensive unanimous points win to seal his place in the final, at the national arena.

In the final against current 13-year-old national champion Sean Crowley of Arklow ABC, it was the Wicklow teenager that showed his experience to just win a close bout.

Bantry Boxing Club would also like to congratulate its head coach and founder, Andy Kerins, on his recent appointment as a senior coach on the newly-formed Munster Elite High Performance Boxing Squad.

Andy has been one of the Cork county boxing coaches for the last five years and has represented his country as the Irish team manager in Azerbaijan previously.

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