The Offaly boxer won all five rounds in her fight against Christina Desmond.
"It doesn't matter who's in the other corner, I know that if I get in to my flow, and I'm the best version of me, I'll come out on top".
Offaly's Grainne Walsh has won back to back welterweight national titles after a commanding victory in her final at the National Stadium over the weekend.
The Tullamore woman overcame Christina Desmond, winning all five rounds in the 66kg decider.
Elsewhere, Westmeath's Jason Nevin won his first national title at senior level.
The Olympic Boxing Club fighter won at 60kg, beat Nathan May by three rounds to two.
After winning her latest championship, Grainne called in to the Midlands 103 studio to catch up with Will O'Callaghan:
Buaiteoir 66kg - Comhghairdeas Grainne Walsh 🥊— Spórt TG4 (@SportTG4) November 11, 2023
Congratulations to Grainne Walsh, our winner in the 66kg category!
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