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THE SOUND Of Music will be performed by students of Calasanctius College Oranmore in the school’s Nano Nagle Hall.
Calasanctius College’s u-16 boys completed an historic double in basketball claiming both the All Ireland league and cup this season.
Several players from Galway have been selected on Irish youth basketball squads after the West Region defeated their northern counterparts in the final of the Basketball Ireland Post-Primary Schools’ u-15 Tom Collins' Interregionals.
Moycullen girls topped their group, beating both St Mary’s, Castleisland, and Sligo Warriors on Saturday before edging Limerick Celtics by 34 - 32 in the last quarter of the division 1 semi-final on Sunday. Paired against surprise packets Killinkere, who beat a fancied Brunell team from Cork, this decider was a thriller. Moycullen enjoyed a great start to lead 14- 4 after the first quarter, but Killenkere came back strongly to reduce the deficit to three at half time, and with just three minutes on the clock in the fourth, they took the lead.
On Saturday in Gurranabraher Cork, Maree won the biggest under 14 Boys basketball tournament in the country, beating Neptune 47 – 39 in the final. The one-day competition featured Sligo all stars, Neptune , Moycullen, Blue Demons, Ballincollig, St Brendan’s, Fr Mathews and Carrig na bhFear. This Maree team has shown dramatic improvement from last season, when they failed to advance from the pool stage of the Under 13 Cork Open. A sign of the form that was to pay such dividends on Saturday was Maree’s performance in reaching the final of the Limerick Celtics tournament in September.