Jason Quigley has won middleweight gold in the European U-23 Championships in Russia.
The Finn Valley ABC fighter, beat German Elite champion Dennis Radovan, 17-11, in a 75kg bout.
Earlier, Hugh Myres lost out in his bid for gold at the European U-23 Championships in Russia after being edged out by a single point in his light-flyweight final with Armenia’s Kariun Sogomonyan.
"When you get to that stage you always want to change the colour and thankfully I did" - Jason Quigley
In the face of Radovan’s constant aggression, Quigley, took the first two rounds, 5-3 and 5-3, to hold the advantage going into the final round.
The Donegal man held of a rally by his opponent, winning 7-5 in the last to claim a six-point victory.
He said: "When I won the bronze here I was very happy to have my second European medal, but when you get to that stage you always want to change the colour and thankfully I did."
2009 AIBA World Junior champion Sogomonyan was awarded an 11-10 decision after three tight rounds in Kaliningrad.
Both boxers had their moments at the Sports Palace, although Myres will feel unlucky that he wasn’t adjudged to have won the second and third frames
Sogomonyan and Myres shared the first round 1-1.
The Ryston BC light-fly winged home two solid rights at the start of the second, Sogomonyan responding with a neat left mid-way through a frame which finished level at 4-4.
In the crucial third, Myres’ cleaner shots looked like they would deliver gold for Ireland, but the Armenian was adjudged to have won the stanza 6-5.