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Basketball Super League continues

In the Women’s Super League, Courtyard Liffey Celtics and Singleton SuperValu Brunell dished up one of the games of the weekend, with just a point separating the sides at the final buzzer, and the Kildare team relieved to take the win.

“It was a great win. We didn’t get off to the best start – it took us at least two quarters to figure out their strengths,” said Celtics head coach, Mark Byrne. “Once we did that, we played great defence in the second half. They’re a really tough team, smart and well-coached, so any win against them, you’ve got to be happy with.”

Elsewhere, Pyrobel Killester bagged their first win of the season when they overcame Portlaoise Panthers at home on Saturday evening, while NUIG Mystics had to settle for second best in a close tie with Ambassador UCC Glanmire. Mark Ingle’s charges at DCU Mercy meanwhile made it two from two with a solid win over IT Carlow Basketball on Sunday afternoon.


Basketball Ireland Results October 21st-23rd

Hula Hoops Men’s Pat Duffy National Cup: 

Griffith College Swords Thunder 70-75 DCU Saints

Black Amber Templeogue 90-81 Belfast Star

KUBS 47-101 UCC Demons

Moycullen 79-71 Maree

Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League

UCD Marian 66-91 Pyrobel Killester

Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: 

NUIG Mystics 70-76 Ambassador UCC Glanmire

Pyrobel Killester 78-64 Portlaoise Panthers

Courtyard Liffey Celtics 66-65 Singleton SuperValu Brunell

DCU Mercy 74-69 IT Carlow Basketball

Hula Hoops Men’s Presidents Cup

LYIT Donegal 82-84 Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin

IT Carlow Basketball 83-89 Neptune

Ballincollig 20-0 Dublin Lions

Fr Mathews 99-76 LIT Celtics

Paris Texas Kilkenny 77-75 Ulster University Elks

Portlaoise Panthers 70-64 Ej Sligo All Stars

Basketball Ireland Women’s Division 1: 

Marble City Hawks 55-53 Meteors

Fabplus North West 52-74 Fr Mathews

Ulster University Elks 72-78 Griffith College Swords Thunder

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