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Maree are one win away from winning their first National League basketball title.
Maree kept up the pressure at the top of the National League division 1 with a workmanlike 87-50 win over Fr Matthews of Cork in Calasanctius Gym on Saturday.
Unbeaten Maree return to the Calasanctius Gym, Oranmore, on Saturday (7.45pm) to host St Mary's Castleisland in a keenly anticipated game.
Maree’s men’s basketball could be heading for the big time. The Oranmore-based outfit has begun the Superleague application process which, if accepted, could see them playing in the top league alongside fellow Galway side Moycullen.
Maree stay top of the Southern Conference with the best record in the Men’s National League, following their 76 – 70 Saturday night win over Meadowlands St Brendan’s in Mercy Mounthawk gym, Tralee. Maree’s Liam Conroy was the game’s high scorer with 25 points, while Brendan’s dual star Michael Quirke was good for 22. Maree’s record moves to six wins and one loss; St Brendan’s drop to four and two.
Maree men’s basketball continue to set the pace in the National League when they prevailed 75-45 over local rivals Titans on Saturday evening.
Maree are through to the quarter-finals of the Men’s National Cup following Saturday’s 84 – 48 win over Fr Mathews of Cork in Calasanctius Gym, Oranmore. Liam Conroy led with 12 points in a game that saw five Maree players score 10 or more.
Maree, still top of the Men’s National League Southern Conference, turn their attention to cup action this weekend.
Maree’s great start to the Men’s Basketball National League continued in Calasanctius Gym when the latest team to fall was the 2010 league and cup double winners St Mary’s Castleisland.
An Cearnog Nua, Moycullen, after a solid start to another National League season last weekend, are back on the road again.