Boxing Union of Ireland’s latest Irish rankings

Heavyweight 
Title Vacant
1 Tyson Fury Wilmslow 21-0
2 Martin Rogan Belfast 16-6
3 Darren Corbett Belfast 29-8-1
4 Kenneth Odeke Belfast 6-1
5 Scott Belshaw Lisburn/Australia 10-7
6 Sean Turner Dublin 1-0

Cruiserweight –
Title Vacant
1 Ian Tims Dublin 9-2
2 Michael Sweeney Mayo 12-3-1
3 Conall Carmichael Belfast 5-1
4 Declan Trainor Down 2-1
5 Stephen Collins Jnr. Dublin 3-0-1
6 Tommy McCarthy Belfast 1-0
Stephen ‘Block’ Reynolds has retired. Best of luck from the BUI.

Light Heavyweight –
1 Paddy McDonagh (Champion) Mullingar 9-2
2 Sean Monaghan New York 21-0
3 Leon Senior Dublin 10-3-1
4 Joe Hillerby Belfast 9-2
5 Raymond Ginley Belfast 5-0
6 Ciaran Healy Belfast 14-22-1
7 John Waldron Mayo 5-11
8 Cian Dalton Ennis/Pittsburgh 3-0-1

Super Middleweight –
1 JJ McDonagh (Champion) Mullingar 10-2
2 Brian Magee Lisburn 36-5-1
3 Joe Duffy Islington 7-0
4 Brendan Fitzpatrick Dublin 6-1
5 Robbie Long Tallaght, Dublin 6-4
6 Alan Donnellan Limerick 5-3
7 Paul Moffett Belfast 3-1-1
8 Darren Cruise Galway 3-3
9 Ryan Clark Lincoln 5-54-4

Middleweight –
1 Eamonn O’Kane (Irish & WBC International Silver middleweight Champion) Derry 12-1
2 Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan Cork 17-1
3 Matthew Macklin Birmingham 30-5
4 Anthony Fitzgerald Dublin 15-6
5 Alfredo Meli Belfast 8-0
6 Luke Keeler Dublin 5-0
7 Joe Rea Ballymena/Sydney 9-13-1
8 Stevie Kelly Australia/Mayo 5-1
9 Conrad Cummings Dungannon 3-0
10 Damian Taggart Omagh 5-3
11 Gerald Healy Belfast 2-4-1

Light Middleweight –
1 Peter McDonagh (Champion) London 22-28-1
2 Andy Lee Limerick 33-2
3 Dennis Hogan Kildare/Australia 18-0-1
4 Henry Coyle Mayo 19-2
5 Dee Walsh Belfast 7-0
6 Michael McLaughlin Donegal/USA 8-1-1
7 John Hutchinson Donegal 5-1-2
8 Terry Maughan Sneinton, Notts. 8-4-1
9 Willie Thompson Ballyclare 8-6-1
10 Paul Upton Belfast 4-0
11 Danny Mulhearn Luton/Donegal 2-1

Welterweight –
1 John O’Donnell London/Galway 28-2
2 Stephen Haughian Lurgan 21-3-1
3 Frankie Gavin Birmingham 19-0
4 Dean Byrne Dublin 17-4-1
5 Matthew Wilton Belfast 9-0
6 Paddy Murphy Newry/Australia 10-0-2
7 Philip Sutcliffe Jnr. Dublin 5-0
8 Paddy Gallagher Belfast 5-2
9 Karl Brabazon Dublin 2-1
10 Michael Waldron Mayo 1-0
11 Wilie Mitchell Omagh 1-1
12 Brandon Peake Mayo 0-3
13 Liam Finn Mayo 0-2

Light Welterweight –
1 Paul McCloskey Dungiven 24-3
2 Kevin O’Hara Belfast 18-6
3 Tony Bates Dublin/Australia 9-0-1
4 Michael Kelly Dundalk 8-6-1
5 Noel O’Brien Dublin 3-1
6 Jamie Kennedy Belfast 1-0
7 Willie Mitchell Belfast 1-1

Lightweight –
1 Stephen Ormond (WBO European Champion) Dublin 17-1
2 Jamie Kavanagh Los Angeles 17-1-1
3 James Fryers Belfast 4-0
4 Mark Ginley Belfast 4-1
5 Declan Geraghty Dublin 2-0
6 Mark Morris Belfast 2-0
7 Paul Hyland Jnr. Belfast 2-0

Super Featherweight
1 Logan McGuinness Ontario, Canada 20-0-1
2 Liam Walsh Norfolk 15-0
3 James Tennyson Belfast 10-1
4 Anthony Cacace Belfast 8-0
5 Daniel McShane Belfast 8-0
6 Mickey Coveney London 13-22
7 Finbarr Eade Mayo 6-1
8 Ben Mulligan Fivemiletown 0-2

Featherweight
1 Marco McCullough (Irish & WBO European Champion) Belfast 11-1
2 Patrick Hyland Dublin 27-1
3 Martin Lindsay Belfast 21-3
4 Ryan Walsh Norfolk 16-1-1
5 Willie Casey Limerick 15-3
6 Paul Quinn Co. Down 5-0
7 Allan Phelan Newbridge/New York 6-2
8 Eddie Nesbitt Belfast 3-4
9 John Joe Nevin Mullingar 1-0
10 Ryan Peake Mayo 1-0

Super Bantamweight –

Title vacant
1 CARL FRAMPTON BELFAST 18-0
3 Michael Walsh Norfolk 10-0-1
4 Paul Hyland Dublin 21-2
5 TJ Doheny Australia 7-0
6 Stevie Quinn Jnr. Newtownards 6-0

Bantamweight –
1 Ryan Burnett Belfast 4-0

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