The Donegal Boxing Board held their annual awards night on Saturday in the Ballyliffin Hotel.
For the third year in a row, Illies Golden Gloves were named as the top club in Donegal, winning the Jimmy Murphy Memorial Cup.
Donegal professional Jason Quigley was a special guest on the night.
Illies puncher Darryl Moran was named as Best Senior Boxer while Chloe McDaid, Illies’ rising star, was named the Best Overall Female.
It was a big night, too, for Carndonagh ABC who saw Clodagh McGonigle win the Michael Bonner Memorial Cup and Labhaoise Clarke was named as the Best Junior Boxer.
Carndonagh’s Jim Callaghan, along with Dunfanaghy’s Eddie Harkin were inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Michael Bonner Memorial Cup (Most Improved Juvenile): Clodagh McGonigle (Carndonagh ABC)
Jim Whyte Memorial Shield (Most Improved Boxer): Joseph Harkin (Letterkenny ABC)
Billy Spider Kelly Memorial Cup (Best 15-16 year-old): Sean Kelly (Dunfanaghy ABC)
Dr Denis McLaughlin Memorial Cup (Best Junior): Labhaoise Clarke (Carndonagh ABC)
Johnny McDaid Memorial Cup (Best Overall Female): Chloe McDaid (Illies Golden Gloves)
John McLaughlin Memorial Cup (Best Senior): Darryl Moran (Illies Golden Gloves)
Harry Kid Duffy Cup (Best Elite): Maeve McCarron (Carrigart ABC)
Jimmy Murphy Memorial Cup (Best Club): Illies Golden Gloves
Clodagh McGonigle, Jessica Clarke, Labhaoise Clarke (Carndonagh ABC); Joe Harkin, Paddy McShane (Letterkenny ABC); Chloe McDaid, Darryl Moran John Moran (Illies Golden Gloves); Ciara Anderson, Jackie Gillespie (Twin Towns); Sean Kelly (Dunfanaghy); Raymond McNamee (Convoy); Maeve McCarron (Carrigart).
5 Irish Defence Forces champions
Mark McHugh (Carrigart), Adrian Heraghty (Killybegs), Stephen Doherty (Dungloe), Francis Mongan (Finn Valley), Brian Gallagher (Twin Towns).
Mickey Dunnion and Highland Radio.
Hall of Fame
Eddie Harkin (Dunfanaghy), Jim Callaghan (Carndonagh).