Deele College in Raphoe hosts the Ulster Championship Boy 4, 5 and 6 finals this Sunday afternoon.
There is plenty of Donegal interest in the finals, which act as All-Ireland qualifiers.
In all, 16 of the finals on the day will have Donegal boxers in action, while two Donegal boxers have been handed walkover wins.
Letterkenny’s Paddy McShane and Raphoe ABC’s Eoin McGarrell (pictured) are both former Irish champions and will advance here following walkovers in Boy 5 42kgs and Boy 6 52kgs respectively.
Weigh-in is from 9.30-10.30am with boxing at 12 noon sharp. All medical cards must be produced at the weigh-in.
The following are the finals feature boxers from Donegal:
39kgs Dylan Browne-McMonagle (Letterkenny) v Ronan Mongan (Gilford)
42kgs Alex Harkin (Dunree) v Aaron Treanor (Emyvale)
57kgs Adam McDaid (Clonmany) v Jamiie Doyle (Gilford)
60kgs Odhrán McGinley (Dunfanaghy) v Anton Quinn Galbally)
63kgs Oisin Wallace (Dunfanaghy) v Eoin McGovern Virginia)
66kgs Pauric O’Donnell (Dungloe v Michael Loughran Silverbridge)
48kgs Jesse Callaghan (Illies) v Shea Loughran (Mark Heagney)
60kgs Liam McMonigle (Raphoe) v Shane O’Gorman (St Malachy’s)
66kgs Cormac Logue (Letterkenny) v Tiarnan Mayse (2 Castles)
75kgs Barry Donnelly (Carrigart) v Conor McKiernan (Castleblaney)
57kgs Fionan Rodgers (Dungloe) v Adam McColgan (Immaculata)
60kgs Oran Wallace (Dunfanaghy) v Sean McGenity (Silverbridge)
63kgs Ryan Ward-Mulrine (Convoy) v Dillon McDonagh (Cookstown)
66kgs Kai Weir (Raphoe) v Barney Corcoran (Carrickmore)
70kgs Oisin Devlin (Carndonagh) v Mark Kells (Erne)
80+kgs Thomas Doherty (Raphoe) v Michael Ward (Omagh)