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BASKETBALL ROUND-UP: Moycullen and Maree Secure Super League Wins

Results – (week ending Sunday, 21st October 2018) 

Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: 

CandS Neptune 90-111 Moycullen 

UCC Demons 86-90 Maree 

TEAMPLDWLPFPAPDPTS
Templeogue4403372865112
Belfast Star431334292429
Garveys Tralee Warriors431362337259
Keanes Supervalu Killorglin43130729989
UCC Demons42233232666
Pyrobel Killester42228928366
Moycullen42230530146
UCD Marian42230230026
Griffith College Swords Thunder413321330-93
Maree413280310-303
DCU Saints413305352-473
CandS Neptune404319377-580

Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: 

IT Carlow Basketball 67-50 NUIG Mystics 

Elsewhere, IT Carlow Basketball got their first win of the season on the board on Saturday afternoon, when they welcomed NUIG Mystics to Carlow.

Another big display from Courtney Walsh (28 points), helped Carlow into a 35-19 point lead at half-time and they drove on from their, standing firm in a late shooting onslaught from Mystics, to win out 67-50 in the end.

Top Scorers NUIG Mystics:Claire Morrissey 23, Ailish O Reilly 10, Jane Lynch 9 

TEAMPLDWLPFPAPDPTS
Courtyard Liffey Celtics330229139909
Ambassador UCC Glanmire330241194479
DCU Mercy321193147466
Fr Mathews321189157326
Pyrobel Killester312188200-123
Maxol WIT Wildcats211113131-183
IT Carlow Basketball312152182-303
Singleton SuperValu Brunell312163194-313
Marble City Hawks413253302-493
NUIG Mystics303137212-750

Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: 

Gamefootage.net Titans 62-80 DBS Éanna 

Gamefootage.net Titans were once more the last team in action at the weekend, and were unlucky not to pip Northern conference leaders, DBS Eanna at the Jes on Sunday.

A big 26-point display from the hugely impressive Tom Rivard saw Titans up by one at the half time break (30-29) but Éanna put in a huge second half display with Stefan Zecevic and Conor Gallagher causing major trouble for the hosts, to see them win out 62-80 in the end.

Top scorers Gamefootage.net Titans: Tom Rivard 26, Matthew Sweeney 13, Robert Rajic 8 

TEAMPLDWLPFPAPDPTS
DBS Eanna66052137614518
Abbey Seals Dublin Lions7616015455618
Bad Bobs Tolka Rovers7435164744212
KUBS BC734540524169
EJ Sligo All-Stars734517570-539
Ulster University Elks725505554-496
LYIT Donegal725549627-786
GameFootage.net Titans615428507-793

Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: 

Maree 80-50 St Mary’s Castleisland 

Maree’s Women’s Division One team continued their unbeaten start to the season with an 80-50 point win over St Mary’s Castleisland in Oranmore on Saturday evening in the Southern Conference. Once more, Claire Rockall and Dayna Finn topped the scoring charts, bagging 36 points between them.

Indeed, Maree were dominant from the off, running into a 20-point lead by half time, to finish out 30-point winners in the end to stay joint top of the Southern Conference with Portlaoise Panthers as the only two unbeaten teams.

“It’s a great run we are on,” said Maree Head Coach Joe Shields to Basketball Ireland afterwards.  “And the confidence in the group is very high. We are playing a free-flowing game, which suits our personnel.”

Top scorers Maree: Claire Rockall 20, Dayna Finn 16, Alison Blaney 10 

TEAMPLDWLPFPAPDPTS
Maree330244177679
Portlaoise Panthers330221180419
Limerick Celtics312190208-183
St Marys Castleisland312176220-443
UL Huskies303188201-130
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