Singleton’s Supervalu Brunell produced a ‘Houdini’ performance to dump championship favourites DCU Mercy out of the Paudie O’Connor Women’s National Cup with a stunning semi-final win at the Neptune Stadium.
Sun, 12 Jan, 2020
So it all comes down to this. Whatever Basketball Ireland is paying its marketing team, it’s not enough as they’ve conjured the ultimate final regular season weekend of the Superleague season. Three rivals for the title, two facing each other in back to back fixtures Saturday and Sunday.
Thu, 21 Mar, 2019
Courtyard Liffey Celtics were crowned the Women’s Paudie O’Connor National Cup champions for the first time in the clubs history when they had a comfortable win over Singleton’s Supervalu Brunell at the National Basketball Arena today.
Sun, 27 Jan, 2019
LIMERICK LIONS produced the shock result of the opening weekend of basketball’s men’s SuperLeague by pipping Merry Monk by a point in Ballina — and now their coach, Matt Hall, wants more of the same for the visit of DCU Saints to the UL Arena tomorrow night.
Fri, 12 Oct, 2007
DOES anyone really believe that Fianna Fáil will organise north of the border? Two of the Republic’s biggest scandals — beef and clerical abuse — were exposed by Northern TV stations. Could a delicate flower like Fianna Fáil really survive the heat if subjected to the kind of scrutiny they would get in a jurisdiction where the media does its job?
Sat, 22 Sep, 2007
ABRAKEBABRA Tigers will have Wilder Auguste in the line-up when they chase the NIVEA for MEN SuperLeague title in Limerick this weekend — and Tralee coach Dave Falvey is hoping that Kieran Donaghy may show up for their semi-final against Merry Monk Ballina tomorrow.
Fri, 23 Mar, 2007
TRALEE coach Dave Falvey is looking to Mike Quirke for one more big game. His Demons counterpart Pat Price just wants his captain, Tim O’Halloran on the court for tomorrow’s Superleague Cup final — he’ll take his chances on O’Halloran’s back holding up.
Sat, 27 Jan, 2007
WITH seven faces missing from last season’s National Cup winning side, UCC Demons travel to Newcastle tomorrow to play the BBL champions, Newcastle Eagles, in a pre-season friendly that should leave coach Pat Price with a good idea of what lies ahead of him before the new season tips off on October 6.
Thu, 21 Sep, 2006