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There was no luck for Galway teams at Monday's schools basketball decider with the Gort Community School falling by 57-38 to an impressive Loreto College Crumlin in the Subway U19 B Schools Cup final.
SSE Airtricity Moycullen is heading into an important weekend on the basketball calendar with both Superleague and the men's u20 in cup action.
Moycullen Basketball Club celebrates its 50th anniversary this week with a host of activities over the weekend.
Galway city Titans enjoyed a winning start to the men's National League division one basketball campaign, defeating Sligo All Stars with an impressive 86-76 display.
NUI Galway has issued a final call for applications to its elite athlete sports scholarships scheme for 2016/17. The university has a long tradition of excellence in sport and this has been enhanced by the recent success in rowing, hurling, basketball, soccer, rugby and archery, as well as numerous individual achievements. The deadline for application for current and prospective students is Sunday July 31 at 5pm.
At a recent Mayo Sports Partnership Board meeting €19,500 was allocated to 46 clubs/organisations in Mayo through the Partnership's 2016 Special Participation Grant Scheme. Special guest at the presentation event, Minister of State for Regional Economic Development Michael Ring, paid tribute to volunteers involved in sport at all levels throughout the county. “Without volunteers sport in Mayo like every other county would not happen. Its so important that we recognise the hard work of volunteers through initiatives such as the Mayo Sports Partnerships annual small grant scheme,” Minister Ring said.
Maree Senior Men's Basketball continues to lead Basketball Ireland's first division after a comfortable 78-65 win over Fr Matthews in Cork.
Basketball cup winners and league leaders, NUIG Mystics face Fr Matthews in a top-of-the-table clash in the Jes on Saturday (2pm).
NUIG Mystics dominated from beginning to end, overcoming Oblate Dynamos by 71-44 to claim their first national basketball trophy.
Three Galway teams have booked their places in Basketball Ireland cup finals after the Hula Hoops National Cup semi-finals took place in Cork over the weekend .