23 November 2023

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Maigh Cuilinn versus Maree the Highlight of This Weekend’s Basketball Action

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Maigh Cuilinn versus Maree the Highlight of This Weekend’s Basketball Action

South Conference leaders Maree meet Maigh Cuilinn this Sunday (26th November) in the Men’s Super League.  Tip-off at Kingfisher Sports Arena is 3pm.

In Division 1, Titans travel to Drogheda Wolves on Saturday (25th November) at 7.30pm.  University of Galway Mystics host Catalyst Fr. Matthews in the Women’s Super League at 4pm.

Maree sit top of the South Conference following last weekend’s win over Irish Guide Dogs Ballincollig @MTU.

“We have a tough game this weekend again. We’ll need to improve on last week’s performance if we want to hang around until the 4th quarter.” Crowley stated.

Moycullen supremo John Cunningham is keen to build on a positive performance against Pryobel Killester last time out.

“We’ve had a number of games so far where we’ve played well for long periods and then the ‘wheels come off’ for a short period and the game is lost. Sunday was probably the first one where we managed the bad spells reasonably well and that was reflected in the result. Maree are very good at putting distance between them and their opponents in short bursts of scoring, so we’ll need a similar level of concentration to last weekend to have a chance”, Cunningham said.

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MissQuote.ie Super League

Saturday November 25th

University of Galway Mystics vs Catalyst Fr. Mathews, Kingfisher Sports Arena, 1600

InsureMyVan.ie Super League

Sunday November 26th

Maigh Cuilinn vs Maree, Kingfisher Sports Arena, 1500

InsureMyVan.ie Division One

Saturday November 25th

Drogheda Wolves vs Titans BC, Ballymakenny College, 1930

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