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The winners of CodeNinja, the app development competition for NUI Galway and GMIT students have been announced. First prize in the individual went to GMIT, with NUI Galway scooping first prize in the group category.
Maree Basketball Club, with four teams, is the best represented club in Ireland in the 2012 National Cup semi-finals in Cork this weekend.
Maree basketballers contest their third successive men’s u-20 National Cup final on Saturday in the National Basketball Arena (2pm).
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.
An Oranmore man accused of drink driving and crashing into a traffic lights and island, an incident which resulted in one lane of a busy city road being blocked off due to debris, succeeded in having the case dismissed on the grounds that there was no evidence to prove at what time he was driving.
National u-20 Cup champions Maree opened their title defence on Saturday in Calasanctius College Oranmore with a facile victory over Longford Falcons.
Maree Basketball Club is seeking a third win on the trot after a fantastic start to their National League campaign.
Maree’s debut season in the National League ended in Castleisland on Saturday night.
Maree’s hopes of making the play-offs in this year’s National League division one basketball are still alive, despite losing to local rivals Titans by 86-76 on Saturday.
A great weekend for Galway basketball was complete late Saturday night in Castleisland Kerry, when Maree advanced to two National Cup finals.