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Basketball returns to the courts with Galway clubs, Moycullen and NUIG Maree, back in Super League action for another season.
Moycullen head to Templeogue for Saturday's next Super League basketball outing with a renewed spring in their step.
NUI Galway played host to the biggest upset of the 2019/2020 Super League season so far as Moycullen toppled Belfast Star by 96-89 on Saturday evening.
Moycullen’s Super League basketballers were unfortunate not to have secured their third win in as many games when losing 66-77 to an efficient UCD Marian.
Maree basketballers got the better of their hometown rivals Moycullen for the second time in this season's Super League season, prevailing by 87-79.
As has been the case on more than one occasion this season, Moycullen lost out by a frustratingly narrow margin to Killorglin by 87-84 in the weekend's Super League basketball action.
In a rematch of a league game a fortnight ago, Moycullen’s Super League side was hoping for a repeat result when taking on Griffith College Templeogue on Saturday. However, this game, a cup quarter-final, was a decidedly different affair.
Moycullen pulled off a major upset on Saturday night in the Men's Super League, running out 75-70 winners over Dublin outfit Griffith College, Templeogue, who remain winless on the road this season.
Maree grabbed a much-needed second victory in this season's basketball Super League when taking the scalp of Griffith College Templeogue.
After finishing on the wrong side of a couple of tight games over the last couple of weeks, Moycullen’s Superleague side got back to winning ways on Saturday with an 89-83 win over league newcomers Dublin Lions.