Dearbhla Rooney won Ireland's second medal of the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires on Tuesday.
The teenager, from Manorhamilton in Leitrim, beat New Zealand's Te Mania Rzeka Tai Shelford-Edmonds in a box-off to claim featherweight bronze.
She had previously lost in a semi-final to Thailand’s Panpatchara Somnuek.
"I’m just absolutely over the moon," the 17-year-old told Heather Boyle.
If you told me last year, I never even dreamed that I'd be on the Youth Olympic team, not to mind bringing home a bronze medal.
I was heartbroken yesterday after losing in the semi but she's a strong girl.
Dearbhla, who started boxing aged 11, is a European Youth silver medalist. Last night's win makes her Ireland's fourth boxing medalist at the Youth Olympics.
Dubliner Niamh Coyne last week won silver for Ireland in the 100m breaststroke.
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