FIXTURES & RESULTS: January 13-14th

FIXTURES & RESULTS: January 13-14th

  • Jan 13,2018

Basketball Ireland Results: January 13-14th 2018

Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:

Belfast Star 58-80 Griffith College Swords Thunder

UCD Marian 85-66 Black Amber Templeogue

DCU Saints 103-77 Éanna BC, St Vincent’s

Moycullen 73-76 Garvey’s Tralee Warriors

Pyrobel Killester 103-78 KUBS

UCC Demons 124-99 Maree


Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: 

NUIG Mystics 57-77 Courtyard Liffey Celtics

Pyrobel Killester 58-102 Ambassador UCC Glanmire

Maxol WIT Wildcats 93-59 IT Carlow Basketball

Singleton SuperValu Brunell 80-49 Portlaoise Panthers


Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: 

IT Carlow Basketball 82-72 Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin

Neptune 110-75 Fr Mathews

EJ Sligo All-Stars 94-80 LYIT Donegal

Scotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney 97-77 LIT Celtics

Ulster University Elks 78-76 Portlaoise Panthers


Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: 

Meteors 76-35 Ulster University Elks

UL Huskies 70-64 Fabplus North West

Griffith College Swords Thunder 55-72 Marble City Hawks


Basketball Ireland Detailed Results: January 13-14th 2018

Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:

UCD Marian remains top of the Men’s Super League this weekend after a classy 85-66 point win over Black Amber Templeogue.

Marian, who have two games in hand on nearest chasers, Garvey’s Tralee Warriors, put in a solid performance against their near neighbours on Saturday evening at the University grounds, with Dan James, Barry Drumm and Mike Garrow all on strong shooting form to edge them into a ten-point lead at half-time and power them home to victory.


The game played out in front of a packed crowd at UCD as fans caught a sneak peek of the action that awaits at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght on January 27th when these two sides meet once more in the Hula Hoops Pat Duffy National Cup final.


Elsewhere, Moycullen just couldn’t hold on to win against a determined Garvey’s Tralee Warriors as, a lead in the third quarter for the Galwegians, saw the Kerry visitors close the gap by the buzzer to tie the game level and went on to win by three points. Griffith College Swords Thunder also secured the win on the road to Belfast Star, while Pyrobel Killester won out the local derby battle with KUBS and a whopping 47 points from Dee Proby was enough to drive DCU Saints home to a 103-77 point win over fellow Dubliners, Éanna. UCC Demons proved too much for John Finn’s Maree as they ran out 124-99 point winners with high scores coming from Adrian O’Sullivan, Lehmon Colbert and player/coach Colin O’Reilly.



Belfast Star 58-80 Griffith College Swords Thunder

Top scorers Belfast Star: Clement Kulinicz 19, DeAngelo Legrier 12, Conor Quinn 9, Garrett Galvin 9

Top scorers Griffith College Swords Thunder: Travis Black 19, Conroy Baltimore 18, Alex Dolenko 15

Half time score: Belfast Star 42-42 Griffith College Swords Thunder


UCD Marian 85-66 Black Amber Templeogue

Top scorers UCD Marian: Dan James 17, Barry Drumm 14, Mike Garrow 14

Top scorers Black Amber Templeogue: Lorcan Murphy 17, Neil Randolph 15, Mike Bonaparte 11

UCD Marian 44-34 Black Amber Templeogue


DCU Saints 103-77 Éanna BC

Top scorers DCU Saints: Dee Proby 47, Graham Brannelly 13, Martin Provizors 12, Tariq Guebaili 12

Top scorers Éanna BC: Aidan Dunne 28, Mlynue Reeves 21, Neil Lynch 11 

Half time score: DCU Saints 54-34 Éanna BC


Pyrobel Killester 103-77 KUBS
Top scorers Pyrobel Killester: Royce Williams 30, Luis Filiberto Garcia Hoyos 27, Paddy Sullivan 11
Top scorers KUBS: Brian Andrews 14, Eoin McCann 14, Kevin O Hanlon 14
Half time score: Pyrobel Killester 52-42 KUBS


Moycullen 73-76 Garvey’s Tralee Warriors
Top scorers Moycullen: Paul Freeman 22, James Loughnane 19, Brandon McGuire 10
Top scorers Garvey’s Tralee Warriors: Trae Pemberton 27, Kieran Donaghy 14, Dusan Bogdanovic 12
Half time score: Moycullen 36-38 Garvey’s Tralee Warriors


UCC Demons 124-99 Maree

Top scorers UCC Demons: Adrian O Sullivan 27, Lehmon Colbert 19, Colin O Reilly 19

Top scorers Maree: Corey Hammel 25, Stephen Commins 14, Ken Hansberry 9

Half time score: UCC Demons 63-38 Maree


Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: 

In the Women’s Super League, Ambassador UCC Glanmire continued their recent strong form with a resounding 102-58 point win over Pyrobel Killester on Saturday evening. A 26-point game from Ashley Prim, coupled with strong performances by stalwarts Claire Rockall and Grainne Dwyer had the Cork team in control by half-time and Glanmire powered on to add a massive 61 points to their tally in the second half. 


Elsewhere, Maxol WIT Wildcats ran out 93-59 point winners over IT Carlow Basketball with Helena Rohan top-scoring for the Waterford team. Courtyard Liffey Celtics had the better of NUIG Mystics in Galway while Singleton SuperValu Brunell took an 80-49 point win over Portlaoise Panthers.



NUIG Mystics 57-77 Courtyard Liffey Celtics

Top scorers NUIG Mystics: Deja Bullock 16, Jade Johnson 13, Aine McDonagh 12

Top scorers Courtyard Liffey Celtics: Devon Brookshire 23, Sorcha Tiernan 13, Erin Bracken 12

Half time score: NUIG Mystics 39-37 Courtyard Liffey Celtics


Maxol WIT Wildcats 93-59 IT Carlow Basketball

Top scorers Maxol WIT Wildcats: Helena Rohan 22, Meghan Donohue 20, Stephanie O’Shea 16

Top scorers IT Carlow Basketball: Maeve Parahus 14, Sarah Kenny 13, Alexis Eckles 13

Maxol WIT Wildcats 93-59 IT Carlow Basketball


Singleton SuperValu Brunell 80-49 Portlaoise Panthers

Top scorers Singleton SuperValu Brunell: Madelyn Ganser 17, Amy Waters 13, Breana Bey 12

Top scorers Portlaoise Panthers: Sinead Melia 12, Stephanie Schmid 10, Stephanie Poland 8

Half time score: Singleton SuperValu Brunell 44-18 Portlaoise Panthers


Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: 

In the Men’s Division One meanwhile, Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin’s long unbeaten run in the league game to an end on Saturday afternoon, as they lost out by ten points at the hands of IT Carlow at the Barrow Centre.


Killorglin, who had come into the game with 13 wins from 13 in the League and an unbeaten record to date in the Cup, were outmanoeuvred on the day by a high scoring Jimmy Gordon of Carlow, who bagged 27 points.

Elsewhere, Neptune emerged victorious from their Cork derby with Fr Mathews, Scotts Lakers St Paul's Killarney had too much fire power for LIT Celtics, while Ej Sligo All-Stars powered home to an impressive win over LYIT Donegal. On Sunday Ulster University Elks had to keep their focus to take a 78-76 point win over Portlaoise Panthers.


IT Carlow Basketball 82-72 Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin

Top Scorers IT Carlow Basketball: Jimmy Gordon 27, Dan Debosz 13, Ian Lynch 12

Top Scorers Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin: Daniel Jokubaitis 19, Ivan Bogdanovic 16, Kevin Grey 14

Half time score: IT Carlow Basketball 40-45 Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin


Neptune 110-75 Fr Mathews
Top scorers Neptune: Gary Walsh 16, Brian O Neill 14, Adam Heaphy 13
Top scorers Fr Mathews: Sean Cantwell 22, Mick McGinn 20, Luke O Mahony 12
Half time score: Neptune 67-29 Fr Mathews


EJ Sligo All Stars 94-80 LYIT Donegal
Top scorers Ej Sligo All Stars: Oisin O Reilly 24, Jesus San Martin 21, Eric Kittel 17
Top scorers LYIT Donegal: Chaz Watler 31, Jon McGill 19, Jordan McClelland 17
Half time score: Ej Sligo All Stars 47-39 LYIT Donegal


Scotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney 97-77 LIT Celtics
Top scorers Scotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney: Dailin Mason 24, Antuan Bootle 23, Dan Griffin 18
Top scorers LIT Celtics: Matt St Amour 26, John Galvin 23, Emmett Browne 16
Half time score: Scotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney 50-38 LIT Celtics


Ulster University Elks 78-76 Portlaoise Panthers

Top scorers Ulster University Elks: Adam Ryan 24, Aaron Goldring 14, Luke Eddy 9

Top scorers Portlaoise Panthers: Mantas Vilmas 26, Timothy Stewart 15, Donal Glynn 8

Half time score: Ulster University Elks 37-43 Portlaoise Panthers


Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: 

Meteors stormed home to an impressive 76-35 point win over Ulster University Elks in the Women's Division One on Saturday afternoon, with a superb display from Shannon Brady driving the home team home to glory. Elsewhere, revenge was sweet for UL Huskies as they overcame Fabplus North West in Limerick, while Marble City Hawks had too much for Griffith College Swords Thunder. 


Meteors 76-35 Ulster University Elks

Top scorers Meteors Shannon Brady 26, Susan Fogarty 8, Eimear Mairtin 12, Cliona Mairtin 8

Top scorers Ulster University Elks: Ciara Cooke 10, Natalie Lee 8, Enya Maguire 6

Meteors 37-27 Ulster University Elks


UL Huskies 70-64 Fabplus North West

Top scorers UL Huskies: Kelila Atkinson 31, Cathy Campbell 18, Orlaith Woods 14

Top scorers Fabplus North West: Mackenzie Barud 18, Aisling Lee 15, Faith Welch 13

Half time score: UL Huskies 36-32 Fabplus North West


Griffith College Swords Thunder 55-72 Marble City Hawks

Top scorers Griffith College Swords Thunder: Emily Black 15, Kelsey Carey 14, Kristine Miller 12

Top scorers Marble City Hawks: Kelly O Hallahan 20, Aine Sheehy 18, Elaine Kennington 11

Griffith College Swords Thunder 55-72 Marble City Hawks


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