England will have seven fighters in Saturday's finals at the European Boxing Championships in Ukraine.Read more
- GB's Niall Farrell becomes the latest to reach the gold medal bout after beating Ireland's Brendan Irvine
- GB's Patrick McCormack through to the Men's Welter gold medal final
- GB's Cheavan Clarke makes it four boxers out of four from the early session to reach the gold medal bouts as he reaches qualifies for the Men's heavy final
- GB's Galal Yafai & Peter McGrail reach the gold medal bouts following their respective wins in the Men's Light Fly and Men's Bantam
- GB's Luke McCormack through to the Men's Light Welter final with win over Evaldas Petrauskas
- Last eight go through to the 2017 World Championships
Here's today's semi-final bouts from the second session of the day:
Men's Fly (52kg) - Niall Dean Farrell (GB) v Brendan Emmet Irvine (IRL)
Men's Fly (52kg) - Dymtro Zamotaev (Ukr) v Daniel Panev Asenov (Bul)
Men's Light (60kg) - Lurri Shestak (Ukr) v Calum French (GB)
Men's Light (60kg) - Pavlo Ischenko (Isr) v Gabil Mamedov (Rus)
Men's Welter (69kg) - Levgenii Barabanov (Ukr) v Pat McCormack (GB)
Men's Welter (69kg) - Vasilii Belous (Mda) v Abass Baraou (Ger)
Men's Light Heavy (81kg) - Joseph Ward (Irl) v Valentino Manfredonia (Ita)
Men's Light Heavy (81kg) - Damir Plantic (Cro) v Muslim Gadzhimagomedov (Rus)
Men's Super Heavy (+91kg) - Djamili-Dini Aboudou-Moindze (Fra) v Frazer Edwards Clarke (Eng)
Men's Super Heavy (+91kg) - Maxim Babanin (Rus) v Viktor Vykhryst (Ukr)
British boxers have made history at this year's European Championships by guaranteeing more medals than ever before in the competition's 90-year history.
Eight of the GB boxing team reached Friday's semi-finals in Ukraine, guaranteeing medals in the process. Six of those fighters who have reached the semi-finals are making major international tournament debuts.
To find out more about Britain's medal prospects over the weekend click here.
Here's today's semi-final bouts from the first session of the day:
Men's Light Fly (46-49kg) - Vasilii Egorov (Rus) v Yauheni Karmilchyk (Blr)
Men's Light Fly (46-49kg) - Galal Yafai (GB) v Samuel Carmona Heredia (Esp)
Men's Bantam (56kg) - Peter McGrail (GB) v Jose Quiles Brotons (Esp)
Men's Bantam (56kg) - Mykola Butsenko (Ukr) v James Anthony Kurt Walker (IRL)
Men's Light Welter (64kg) - Luke McCormack (GB) v Evaldas Petrauskas (Ltu)
Men's Light Welter (64kg) - Howhannes Bachkov (Arm) v Tomasz Mateusz Polski (Pol)
Men's Middle (75kg) - Oleksandr Khyzhniak (Ukr) v Salvatore Cavallaro (Ita)
Men's Middle (75kg) - Adam Zoltan Harcsa (Hun) v Kamran Shakhsuvarly (Aze)
Men's Heavy (91kg) - Evgeny Tishchenko (Rus) v Paul Omba Biongolo (Fra)
Men's Heavy (91kg) - Roy Korving (Ned) v Cheavan Clarke (GB)
You can follow extensive coverage of the 2017 European Boxing Championships live from Ukraine on the BBC. Coverage of today's semi-finals is available on-line and connected TV's from 12:30 BST for session one, whilst session two begins at 16:00 BST.
Saturday's finals are live on-line and connected TV's from 14:00 BST.
The European Boxing Championships are the highest ranked Boxing competition for European amateurs. Held bi-annually, the 2017 Championships take place in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
In 2015 Russia finished top of the medal table, with the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain in second and third respectively.