LOCHABER Phoenix Boxing Club aim to make a big impact both inside and outside the ring this weekend when Scotland face Ireland in a schoolboy international on Sunday at the Ravenscraig Sports Centre in Motherwell.
Fort's Chris Bradley (14) has again been selected to represent his country, while the club's referee and judge Steve Docherty will be officiating at the event.
This international is a return fixture after Scotland travelled to Cork last month.
Docherty is one of the most respected officials in Scotland. He said: "Ireland are one of the strongest nations in Europe and the reason that they were selected for this double header is that it lets Amateur Boxing Scotland gauge just what level our schoolboys are at.
"There will be 15 bouts at the match with boxers from four different age groups. Chris is only one of three boxers selected for both internationals. To emphasise his status, he is one of only three boxers picked from his age group.
"Scottish champion James Aitchison is also training with the Scotland squad, so hopefully he will be selected to box for Scotland soon.
"Igor Sliwinski is another of our boxers who has recently been attending international training and everyone at the club is hopeful that at some point next year he will also feature for Scotland."
A busy spell lies ahead for the club as they are pencilled in to feature boxers in contests every weekend until Christmas, including the return of last year's Scottish Novice Heavyweight champion Chris Donnelly.
With such a busy schedule, costs are increased, so Lochaber Phoenix Boxing Club has thanked its main sponsor Caley Timber whose involvement helps to make it all happen.