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Local rivalry in Galway is adding a distinct flavour to the Basketball Ireland National League with six derbies in the men’s division one this season.
First division league champions Maree will host Dublin’s DCU Saints in a new end-of-season competition, the Champions’ Trophy.
Maree Basketball Club is celebrating success this week, becoming the first Galway team to win the National League division one crown in 27 years.
Maree are one win away from winning their first National League basketball title.
A crunch top-of-the-table clash between local basketball outfit Maree and Swords Thunder takes place on Saturday in Calasanctius College (7.45pm).
Maree remain top of the men’s National League division one following a comfortable 83-60 defeat of Cork’s Blue Demons on Saturday night in Calasanctius.
Maree’s league-leading record moved to 8-1 with a 90-70 winter solstice away win over Team Left Bank Kilkenny in Saturda’s National Basketball League.
Maree maintained their excellent form in the National League division 1 with a big 91- 36 away win over Portlaoise Panthers on Saturday night.
The new Jes gym was christened as a basketball venue on Saturday night when a standing-room-only crowd witnessed Maree overcome favourites Titans in a nailbiter on the opening day of the National League division 1.
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.