Basketball Ireland will enter a men’s team in a new FIBA European club competition.
Irish basketball could be about to restore its senior teams to full international competition after a five-year hiatus, according to Basketball Ireland chief executive Bernard O’Byrne.
Basketball Ireland’s secretary general, Bernard O’Byrne, has landed a prestigious role with the sport’s continental governing body, FIBA Europe.
Secretary general of Basketball Ireland, Bernard O’Byrne, revealed it will be another five years before the green singlet returns to the senior international stage.
Basketball Ireland’s hopes of climbing out of debt by 2017 have been set back after long-time SuperLeague sponsors Nivea ended its association with the sport.
The Irish International campaign for 2007 is getting into its stride with two more groups heading to Europe to sharpen their teeth for the challenges that lie ahead on the European stage this season and beyond.
The governing body for basketball in Ireland was re-launched today as Basketball Ireland.
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