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Maree’s fine form continues in this season’s National Basketball League.
Connacht’s two division one rugby sides, Corinthians and Buccaneers, will square up to each other tomorrow evening in a possible top-of-the-table clash at Clooncauneen (7.30pm).
Nine Mayo boys won titles in the 2013 National championships in the Boy 3, Youth 1 and Youth 2 grades in the National Stadium last weekend. Westport’s St Anne’s club were one of the most successful clubs involved in the entire championships, winning all three of the final’s their boxers were involved in. James Brennan followed in the footsteps of his father winning the Youth 1, 44kg title 26 years after his dad Martin won the Junior 75kg title. Brennan defeated Ned O’Reilly Tramore BC on a score of 14-10 in the final.
35-year-old Gavin O'Hagan, son of Mayo woman Phil O'Hagan, nee Gibbons, originally from Shrule and who is now living in Dublin is undergoing treatment in San Diego for a brain tumour. His extended family in Shrule are trying to raise some of the necessary funds. There will be several fund-raising events over the next few weeks, kicking off with a coffee morning at 11am today (Friday July 20) hosted by Gavin's aunt, Bernadette Gibbons’ house in Shrule.
One of the scary aspects about last weekend’s one point (0-11 to 0-10) defeat to Antrim in Casement Park was that so few football people in the county were genuinely surprised by the loss.
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 ladies suffered a heart-breaking two-point loss in extra time to PV Falcons in a nail-biting National League basketball division one clash at the weekend.
The HSE’s Gaf health advisory café in Francis Street has been awarded the Health Quality Mark’s gold award by the National Youth Council of Ireland.
Underage basketball in Oranmore-Maree and its environs continues to thrive as evidenced by a successul festive season.