Kamshybek Kunkabayev was among the men's semi-finals winners for Kazakhstan in the super-heavyweight category ©Getty Images

Kazakhstan's athletes enjoyed success in the men's semi-finals at the Asian Boxing Championships in Amman.

Youth world champion at light flyweight Sanzhar Tashkenbay triumphed in his minimumweight contest against India's Govind Kumar Sahani in a unanimous points decision.

He is set to face Japan's Kazuma Aratake in the final, after he overcame Pakistan's Zohaib Rasheed.

Makhmud Sabyrkhan was victorious for Kazakhstan in the bantamweight semi-finals, beating Uzbekistan's Shakhzod Muzaffarov.

Carlo Paalam of the Philippines is set to be his opponent in the final after his win against Kyrgyzstan's Sanzhai Seidakmatov.

Another finalist from Kazakhstan is Dulat Bekbauov in the welterweight category, his victory against Uzbekistan's Asadkhudja Muydinkhudjayev setting up a gold-medal bout against Thailand's Bunjong Sinsiri.

Sinsiri saw off Mongolia's Chinzorig Baatarsukh.

Nurkanat Raiys of Kazakhstan clinched his place in the middleweight final at the expense of Iran's Seyed Shahin Mousavi, while Uzbekistan's Saidjamshid Jafarov won the other semi-final against India's Sumit Kundu.

Uzbekistan's Hasanboy Dusmatov is into the men's flyweight final at the Asian Boxing Championships ©Getty Images
Uzbekistan's Hasanboy Dusmatov is into the men's flyweight final at the Asian Boxing Championships ©Getty Images

Kamshybek Kunkabayev is also into a final for Kazakhstan after overcoming Tajikistan's Mukhammad Abroridinov at men's super-heavyweight.

Uzbekistan's Lazizbek Mullojonov won the other semi-final against Narender Berwal of India.

Saken Bibossynov added his name to the list of Kazakhstan's finalists with a flyweight semi-final win against Japan's Tomoya Tsuboi, and he is set to face Uzbekistan's Hasanboy Dusmatov in the decider.

Hosts Jordan enjoyed success in the men's lightweight category, Mohammad Adnan Abu Jajeh winning his semi-final against Samatali Toltayev of Kazakhstan.

He is due to take on Mongolia's Buyandalai Bayarkhuu for gold following his victory over Uzbekistan's Adkhamjon Mukhiddinov.

Odai Riyad Al-Hindawi provided further joy for the hosts at cruiserweight, beating Kazakhstan's Sagyndyk Togambay to set up a final against Thailand's Jakkapong Yomkhot.

In the light-welterweight division, Shiva Thapa of India is set to face Ruslan Abdullayev of Uzbekistan in the final after their wins against Tajikistan's Bakhodur Usmonov and Chinese Taipei's Lai Chu En respectively.

Women's finals are due to take place tomorrow in Amman, followed by the men's finals on Saturday (November 12).