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Moycullen Basketball are preparing for a tough weekend's action. On Saturday night they travel to Dublin for a cup clash with the reigning Superleague champs UCD, and on Monday they return to Galway for a hotly-anticipated game against Swords Thunder at 3pm in the NUI Galway Kingfisher Gym.
Moycullen are on the road to Cork on Saturday for a clash with CandS Neptune, looking to put some points on the board before welcoming Swords Thunder to NUI Galway on Monday Oct 29.
Moycullen took the first spoils in this year's local derby on opening day of the 18/19 Superleague basketball season.
Valerie Leahy, a busy, working mum-of-two, celebrated her 50th birthday last year over six stone lighter, thanks to Weight Watchers. She lost 85lb in only 11 months, going down five clothes sizes, and reversing two serious health conditions in the process (largely due to weight loss benefits).
Moycullen basketball club will need something of a miracle if they are to qualify for the Super League playoffs after they suffered a crushing 88-71 loss at home to Templeogue.
Moycullen's Super League basketballers are on the road once more next week when they take on DCU Saints in DCU Sports Arena on Sunday at 3.30pm.
‘What will the neighbours say?’ is the theme of the inaugural Moycullen Festival, taking place in the village on September 10.
SSE Airtricty Moycullen Basketball will be hoping to celebrate the Christmas with a fourth Superleague win when they host Radisson BLU UL Eagles on Sunday in the Jes (2pm).
Moycullen face a tricky assignment in Dublin on Saturday (3pm) when they meet a Killester side that has suffered two defeats at the start of this season's basketball SuperLeague.