Clann Naofa Boxing Academy, Dundalk, Co Louth was established in 2006 by Jim O’Neill, formerly of the Lower Falls, Belfast.
Jim’s aim was to provide an opportunity for young people from the sprawling working-class estate which was greatly lacking in facilities. In the intervening years Jim has not only helped train Katie Taylor and Katie Harrington but has produced his own local champions, Déarbhla Tinnelly and Evelyn Igharo.
- Admission £3 - £4
- 374-376 Falls Road
- BT12 6DG
Upcoming events at Áras Uí Chonghaile (James Connolly Visitor Centre)
Clann Naofa Boxing Academy, Dundalk, Co Louth was established in 2006 by Jim O’Neill, formerly of the Lower…
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