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Making an impact in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship qualifier group is Westmeath’s seasonal ambition so Sunday’s match at Cusack Park, Mullingar against Carlow promises to be interesting.
Blow for Young Irelands
Moycullen slipped to another defeat on Saturday against confident cup finalists UCD Marian in Galway. Despte a spirited showing from the home team, the visitors had too much firepower, easing to a 91-73 victory.
Moycullen are searching for a much-needed victory when they entertain Neptune in the Kingfisher NUIG on Saturday (6pm).
This weekend will see Moycullen make the long journey north to take on a rejuvenated Belfast Star on Saturday night.
John Lockes of Callan ensured their return to the Intermediate grade next year by winning the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Kilkenny Junior hurling title when they defeated Barrow Rangers by 1-14 to 0-14 in Nowlan Park on Monday last. Looking stronger than they had the previous week the Callanmen came into the replay with great confidence and balance. They enjoyed the advantage of an early goal scored by corner forward Shane Bergin but by half time Barrow Rangers had fought back to level terms 0-7 to 1-4.
Moycullen men’s basketball face a key series of Superleague fixtures over the next month as they bid to get their campaign on track after a difficult start to the season.
Next up for Moycullen basketball is their first double header of the season with a tricky encounter away in UCD on Saturday night, followed by a game versus UL Eagles on Monday in NUIG.
Moycullen’s next Superleague fixture against Cork’s Blue Demons promises to be an enticing encounter when the two meet at NUIG on Saturday (8pm).
Moycullen basketball coach Enda Byrt hopes to strengthen his team for tomorrow evening’s second Superleague fixture against Neptune in Cork.