IT WAS standing room only at the Parochial Hall in Carrigart on Sunday evening as the Carrigart ABC hosted its 40th anniversary show.
The evening began with seven exhibition bouts, featuring some of the up and coming talent of the Carrigart club.
On the club’s big night, a superb night of boxing continued with ten contests served up for the capacity crowd.
Jack Rolland received the Margaret Caldwell Memorial Cup for the best Carrigart boxer of the evening. Rolland defeated Charles Delaney of Dunree in a cracking bout.
Raphoe ABC’s Liam McMonagle, who lost out to Carrigart’s Barry Donnelly, was named the best visiting boxer.
Results – Carrigart ABC 40th anniversary show
Boy 3 40kgs Declan Doherty (St Bridget’s) beat Eoin Lynagh (Carrigart) 3-0
Boy 4 54kgs Charlie Leader (Letterkenny) beat Ronan Pasoma (Carrigart) 3-0
Boy 2 37kgs Cahir Keenan (Twin Towns) lost to Tommy Coll (Carrigart) 1-2
Girl 1 28kgs Georgia May Doherty (Raphoe) beat Michaela Doherty (Carrigart) 3-0
Boy 3 64kgs Joey O’Hara (Twin Towns) lost to Kyle Hegarty (Carrigart) 3-0
Senior 69kgs Cameron Mahon (Lifford) lost to Anton Deery (Carrigart) 2-1
Senior 85kgs Conor Barnbridck (Carndonagh) beat Aodh McBride (Carrigart) 2-1
Senior 60kgs Charles Delaney (Dunree) lost to Jack Rolland (Carrigart) 2-1
Senior 80kgs Liam McMonagle (Raphoe) lost to Barry Donnelly (Carrigart) 3-0
Senior 83kgs PJ Kelly (Twin Towns) lost to Gary Canning (Carrigart) 3-0Tags: