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With European business done and dusted for another week, it is time for Fantasy managers to refocus their minds and look towards the Premier League.
Moycullen took the first spoils in this year's local derby on opening day of the 18/19 Superleague basketball season.
Athlone Town ended their 2018 season as they had started it, with a defeat. The opening game of the campaign had saw the Town lose in Galway and the season finished with another away defeat in Wexford.
Galway basketball fans are in for a real treat this weekend as the 2018-2019 Basketball Ireland Superleague season kicks off with a bang as Moycullen host local rivals Maree in the season opener at 7.30pm in NUIG Kingfisher this Saturday evening.
Maigh Cuilinn needed a dominant display from young county star Seán Kelly to earn a draw (0-8 to 0-8) with Brian Mulry’s Monivea Abbey in Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
I hope none of you were put out in any major way by the recent storm Ali. I think the ferocity of that storm left many of us quite surprised. We had been warned it would be major, but not very, very major, so that when the sustained high winds began it left a lot of us nonplussed. Then we had Storm Bronagh which never came, was talked about but seems to have passed us by. So we don’t know what the weather for the future is likely to be.
Athlone Town have one final chance to record a win this year when they complete their First Division campaign on Friday night. A dreadful season on the field ends with a visit to Ferrycarrig Park where fellow strugglers Wexford FC provide the opposition in a bottom of the table clash.
Galway two men’s Superleague basketball sides continue their preparations for the new season when they compete in the second annual Donie Greene Memorial Tournament in Oranmore this weekend.
With two rounds of games left in the top flight the battle to avoid the drop is the big issue still at play - Iorras Aontaithe have already been relegated back down to the Premier Division for next season, having picked up just two wins in their 16 games to date.
Connacht face their first away trip of the new Pro14 championship blessed with a healthy squad when they meet Edinburgh in Murrayfield tomorrow evening (7.35pm).