Bolger is aiming to ruin Walsh's Euro medal bid
Germany's Wexford-born coach Eddie Bolger will be out to deny Belfast woman Michaela Walsh a medal at the European Games in Minsk tomorrow.
Bolger will be in the corner of world champion Ornella Wahner, who faces Walsh in the quarter-finals with the winner securing at least a bronze medal.
Walsh set up the exciting last-eight clash after a convincing 4-1 majority decision over Romanian Lenuta Perijoc yesterday on a day when fellow Ulster boxer Kurt Walker also sparkled at bantamweight.
Former Irish coach Bolger said: "Michaela is a serious operator and she's always hungry. I'll be 100% in Germany's corner because that's the best way to pay respect.
"Ornella and Michaela have met a few times in the past and I'm expecting a close fight."
Commonwealth Games silver medallist and EU champion Walker came through tough moments to overcome Armenian Zhirayr Saeqsyan, who came into the bout having knocked out Romanian European Under-22 champion Robert Jitaru.
Walker found the target with good body shots, which caught the eyes of the judges who gave him a 4-1 decision and he is now also one win away from a medal.
Walker said: "He was very, very good, better than expected and it was his type of fight. I felt a bit rusty but it will stick by me in the quarter-final bout."
Grainne Walsh also moved to within one win of a medal. The Tullamore boxer defeated Team GB's World Championship silver medallist Rossie Eccles.