FAQs - FIBA U18 Women's European Championship Division B
August 02, 2017
Everything you need to know about the FIBA U18 Women’s European Championship Division B in Dublin
The FIBA Under 18 Women’s European Championship Division B will be hosted in Dublin this August.
The Ireland Under 18 squad will go head-to-head with 22 other countries for glory.
Here’s all you need to know about the tournament.
When and where is it on?
August 4-13th, 2017 at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght and the National Indoor Arena, Abbotstown.
Where can I get tickets?
Tickets are available here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/d/ireland/ireland-u18-women/?mode=search.
PLEASE NOTE - Tickets are cheaper if you buy them online. You can read more about ticket pricing here.
Is there a tournament pass available?
Yes, there is a tournament pass available which gives you access to all games across all the venues. An Adult pass is €50, Child €20 and Family Pass €100 (two adults and two children).
You can apply for a tournament pass by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
I want to help out – how do I get involved?
Basketball Ireland is currently on the lookout for volunteers to fulfill a number of different roles. You can apply to get involved by completing the online form here.
You can also get involved by coming on board as a partner or sponsor. For more information on partnerships and sponsorship packages please contact Conor Meany on email@example.com.
Who are Ireland playing?
Ireland will play Macedonia, Slovak Republic, Moldova, Great Britain and the Ukraine.
Fixtures as follows:
August 4th, 2017
Ireland v Macedonia, National Indoor Arena Court 1, 18.15
August 5th, 2017
Slovak Republic v Ireland, National Basketball Arena, 18.15
August 6th, 2017
Ireland v Moldova, National Indoor Arena Court 1, 18.15
August 8th, 2017
Great Britain v Ireland, National Basketball Arena, 18.15
August 9th, 2017
Ukraine v Ireland, National Basketball Arena, 18.15
Where can I access a full schedule of games?
You can access a full schedule of games here: http://www.fiba.com/europe/u18bwomen/2017/fullschedule
Where can I learn more about the tournament and teams?
The official event website can be found here: http://www.fiba.com/europe/u18bwomen/2017
Sponsorship and Partners
You can get involved by coming on board as a partner or sponsor. For more information on partnerships and sponsorship packages please contact Conor Meany on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who is on the Ireland Under 18 team?
Head Coach Tommy O’Mahony selected 12 players for the team:
Amy Murphy (Singleton SuperValu Brunell)
Annaliese Murphy (Ambassador UCC Glanmire)
Bronagh Power Cassidy (DCU Mercy)
Claire Melia (Portlaoise Panthers)
Dayna Finn (Maree)
Ella McCloskey (KUBS)
Louise Scannell (Ambassador UCC Glanmire)
Maeve O’Seaghdha (DCU Mercy)
Maeve Phelan (Portlaoise Panthers)
Maggie Byrne (Maree)
Rachel Huijsdens (DCU Mercy)
Sorcha Tiernan (Courtyard Liffey Celtics)
The Ireland Under 18 Women’s Backroom team is:
Head Coach: Tommy O’Mahony
Asst. Coach: Niall Berry
2nd Ass Coach: Ricardo Morales
Team Manager: Paula Ryan Kavanagh
Video analysis: Ciaran Toner
What are the rules for the Arena and for attending the European Championships in Dublin?
You can read the full list of rules here: ARENA RULES FIBA U18 W.pdf
Who are the tournament ambassadors and how do I contact them?
The tournament ambassadors are Grainne Dwyer, Meagan Hoffman, Michelle Clarke, Jason Killeen, and Lorcan Murphy. You can arrange for the ambassadors to come to your school/club/other by emailing email@example.com
Media and photography accreditation
If you wish to apply for media/photography accreditation, please put your request in writing to Mary McGuire on firstname.lastname@example.org.