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Maree have advanced to the semi-finals in what is becoming a remarkable first season in the men’s basketball National League.
Maree have secured a play-off berth int heir first National League basketball season with a 100-91 win over Tolka Rovers.
Maree travel to Dubliner to face Tolka Rovers on Saturday evening (8pm) eager to maintain their momentum towards a play-off place.
Maree came agonisingly close to overcoming National Cup champions St Mary’s in Oranmore on Saturday.
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.
Oranmore Maree, well-established as Galway’s basketball nursery, is set to embark on a new development with a men’s team in the National League.
Maree took the honours in only their second game of the National League when they overcame local rivals Titans in a packed Calasanctius gym at the weekend.
Maree recorded another victory in the National League, overcoming AOL Broadband Waterford before a large crowd in Oranmore on Saturday.
Maree, already off to a respectable 2-2 start in their first ever Men’s National League campaign, knocked out 2008 winners UCD-Marian in their first round National Cup encounter in Oranmore on Saturday November 14th. It was a tough, physical game, in which UCD-Marian incurred several technical fouls, and Maree struggled to find their form, before pulling away for a 69 – 56 win. An encouraging aspect of the Oranmore-Maree outfit’s victory was that 5 players finished with 10 points or more, the kind of spread of scoring that they and their coaches have been looking for.
Of the four championship games that I saw last weekend the best game by far with the best standard of football and fitness from both teams was Tuam Stars against Micheal Beathnach’s.