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Titans look for first national trophy

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Titans head to Tallaght on Saturday looking to win their first national basketball trophy.

Moycullen youngsters find their feet as basketball league resumes

SSE Renewables Moycullen are back in action on Saturday when they face current cup champions Neptune from Cork in the National Basketball League in the NUIG Kingfisher gym (6.30pm).

No festive respite for young Moycullen basketballers

SSE Renewables Moycullen were back on the court on Sunday after a short Christmas break when they travelled to Cork to play current league leaders UCC Demons.

Moycullen receive a boost from energy sponsor

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Moycullen basketball, now with a new sponsor on board, head to Ulster to face Belfast Star on Sunday.

Maree win opening day derby joust

The new Jes gym was christened as a basketball venue on Saturday night when a standing-room-only crowd witnessed Maree overcome favourites Titans in a nailbiter on the opening day of the National League division 1.

Debutants shine for Moycullen

Moycullen men's basketball hope to follow up an encouraging opening day league display with a victory when they head to Cork to face cup champions Neptune on Sunday.

Moycullen crowned Club of the Year

Moycullen were the big winners at Basketball Ireland’s annual awards, winning the Irish Club of the Year crown, while NUIG’s Mystics star Ailish O’Reilly awarded the National League Young Player of the Year.

Moycullen basketball scoops top award

Great basketball news for Galway. Moycullen has been named as club of the year by Basketball Ireland. The award, which is voted for by members of the national media that regularly feature basketball as part of their sports coverage, is a huge honour for the club.

Basketball success for Galway schools

Four Galway schools enjoyed success at this year’s All Ireland finals with Calasanctius College and Presentation Athenry winning second-year titles.

Basketball success for Galway schools

Four Galway schools enjoyed success at this year’s All Ireland finals with Calasanctius College and Presentation Athenry winning second-year titles.

 

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