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Maree and NUIG Mystics fly the flag for Galway in the women's National Basketball leagues which get underway this weekend.
The Mayo senior ladies will welcome Waterford to Swinford in round three of the National Football League on Sunday afternoon.
“I would love a situation where the four girls couldn’t make the team, I’d be a very happy man” said Mayo Ladies Senior Manager Peter Leahy on Sunday afternoon after watching his side see off Donegal in their league opener in Swinford.
Following on from their impressive win over Ulster champions Donegal in their final round robin game of the All Ireland Senior Football Championship, the Mayo Ladies will go into tomorrow's All Ireland quarter-final as favourites to book a place in the All Ireland semi-final.
•Golf: Galway's Ronan Mallarney continues to lead the field at the AIG Irish Amateur Close Championship at Ballybunnion. The 23-years-old will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Irish professionals Shane Lowry, Rory McIllroy, Graeme McDowell, Peter Lawrie, Padraig Harrington, Darren Clarke and Paul McGinley. Another Galway youngster, Devin Morley from Oughterard is currently lying in seventh place after the two rounds on 142.
Maree finished off an incredible 2018/19 season unbeaten on Sunday afternoon when they picked up their fifth title of the season after overcoming Ulster University Elks and were crowned Women’s D1 League Cup champions.
Maree Basketball Club’s senior women’s team are one game away from completing a clean sweep of national titles following their 84-76 win over Phoenix Rockets in the League Cup semi-final in Carlow on Saturday.
Maree Basketball Club’s senior ladies have claimed this year's division one league title and will be playing Superleague basketball next season.
Captain Karen Guthrie led the way again as Donegal battled through a deluge in Convoy to seal their second win on the trot when pulling away from a gallant Mayo outfit in the final quarter.
Maree women's basketballers are on the brink of a rare double. Having already won this year's division one national cup, the Galway outfit now heads to Limerick intent on adding the league title.