TASMANIA'S boxers will walk away with a record medal haul from this week's Australian boxing titles regardless of the outcome of today's finals.
Of the 21 Tasmanians competing in Adelaide, 13 will win either a gold or silver medal, with all four of the state's elite boxers favoured to win.
On Wednesday, junior fighters Bailey Seabourne, Jordan Percey, Dylan Cochrane and Dakota Gareth all won gold in their weight division.
Yesterday, Launceston's Tyler Blizzard outclassed his Queensland opponent, Tarran Walker 15-7 in the final of the junior men's 38-kilogram division.
In the three other finals of the afternoon session, Sam Gore lost against Josh McGaughan, of Queensland, 15-8, Marshall Kruse went down to West Australian Sebastian Wallace in the junior 50kg division, while Luck Adams lost 26-24 on a countback to Mark Glew, of New South Wales.
In Thursday night's elite semi-finals, Dylan Hardy beat Henry Torres, of Victoria, 17-5, Commonwealth Games rep Luke Woods beat Callum Cassidy, of Western Australia, 15-11, Nick Cooney defeated Ben Dencio, of the ACT, 15-5, while Olympian Jackson Woods cruised through his bout against Brent Rice, of Queensland, 11-7.
Heavyweight Zac Faulkner lost his bout against Willis Meehan, of NSW, in the men's elite 91+kg division.
In today's finals, Jackson Woods will face Jeremy Udovich, Cooney will be up against another Victorian, Tim Locock, Luke Woods will fight David Biddle, of South Australia, and Hardy will face Roger Grant, of Victoria.
State coach Craig Woods said he was confident all four of his charges could walk away with a gold medal.
"They're all on song and very capable of winning it," Woods said.
"It's great not only for Tasmania but personally for us coaches from the Latrobe Boxing Club.
"Jackson only pottered along in second gear and won his fight comfortably and Nick's been going really well.
"He looked comfortable - too fast and too quick.
"Luke Woods has been just fantastic and Dylan Hardy has really been on song.
"He's stepped up a weight division and he's a standout above the rest in his weight division.
"He's making good fighters look ordinary."