Game Zone - Hula Hoops National Cup
December 06, 2015
Sunday 6 December 2015
Hula Hoops President's National Cup Quarter Finals
UCD Marian 73, Maree BC 104
Hula Hoops U18 Men's National Cup Quarter Finals
Neptune BC 72, KUBS BC 54; Moycullen BC 75, St. Mary's Castleisland 68
Hula Hoops U18 Women's National Cup Quarter Finals
Maree BC 62, Brunell Ladies BC 71; Portlaoise Panthers BC 58, Liffey Celtics BC 50; DCU Mercy 70, Meteors BC 46.
Hula Hoops President's National Cup Quarter Finals
UCD Marian 73, Maree BC 104
Maree dictated the tempo in their Presidents National Cup Quarter Finals to beat UCD Marian by 31 points in Stillorgan. The Galway side made their hosts to pay for almost every mistake with a fast break which lead to easy baskets and a 104 point tally. It was a characteristic of the game which was evident right from the first quarter as Maree established an 18-13 lead. Invariably it was Kenneth Hansberry on the finishing end of the fast break and the lead was 55-35 at half time. Maree will play the winners of Fr. Mathews and BFG Neptune in the last four.
UCD Marian Top Scorers: Jack Nolan 15, Michael Higgins 17, Manuel Carro 7.
Maree BC Top Scorers: Kenneth Hansberry 21, Paulius Peldzius 15, Sergi Marti 13
HT: UCD Marian 35, Maree 55
Hula Hoops U18 Women's National Cup Quarter Finals
Maree BC 62, Brunell Ladies BC 71
Brunell came away from Oranmore with a hard earned win in the U18 Womenâs National Cup Quarter-Finals against a Maree side who had won their five previous games in the competition. Dayna Finn had been averaging 15.8ppg to date and netted 19 points here but Brunell had the added experience of players who are also through to the U20 Womenâs National Cup Semis including Alex Macheta, who scored a game high 23 points.
Maree Top Scorers: Dayna Finn 19, Alison Blayney 13, Maggie Byrne 9.
Brunell Top Scorers: Alex Macheta 23, Andrea Moynihan 19, Amy Murphy 13.
HT: Maree 30, Brunell 37
Portlaoise Panthers BC 58, Liffey Celtics BC 50
Portlaoise Panthers are through to the Semi-Finals of the U18 Womenâs National Cup after a 58-50 win over Liffey Celtics. A half-time lead of 31-18 proved telling as Liffey Celtics looked to come back into the game in the second half. Sorcha Tiernan was scorer in chief for the Kildare side. The U16 international was the top scorer for Celticsâ Womenâs Premier League side on Saturday night but was again on the losing side as Ireland teammate Claire Melia confirmed her status as the competitionâs top scorer with 28 points.
Portlaoise Panthers Top Scorers: Claire Melia 28, Maeve Phelan 14, Sekinat Shabawale 8.
Liffey Celtics Top Scorers: Sorcha Tiernan 22, Chloe Mullins 10, Laura Fortune.
HT: Portlaoise 31-18 Liffey Celtics
DCU Mercy 70, Meteors BC 46
DCU Mercy took a deserved win to book their place in the Semi-Finals of the U18 Womenâs National Cup at the expense of Dublin rivals Meteors. There was only 10 points between the sides at the interval, but DCU Mercy amassed an unassailable lead in the second half through the rebounding prowess of Rachel Huijsdens and the scoring ability of Anna Brennan and Sara Guebaili. Both Billy Jean Byrne and Rachel Leavey still managed to break double digits for Meteors.
DCU Mercy Top Scorers: Anna Brennan 14, Sara Guebaili 14, Rachel Huijsdens 13.
Meteors BC Top Scorers: Billie Jean Byrne 13, Rachel Leavy 10, Olivia Reid 9.
HT: DCU Mercy 38-28 Meteors
Saturday 5 December 2015
Hula Hoops Menâs National Cup Round One, Second Leg: Eanna BC 86, GCD Swords Thunder 92 (Aggregate: 120,170); Pyrobel Killester 100, Belfast Star 51 (Aggregate: 174,137); DCU Saints 67, UCD Marian 80 (Aggregate 153,196); Templeogue BC 79-78 SSE Airtricity Moycullen (Aggregate 159,148); C&S UCC Demons 88-67 UL Eagles (Aggregate: 170,120).
Hula Hoops Women's National Cup Quarter Finals: Team Montenotte Hotel 76, Singleton's Supervalu Brunell 69; Pyrobel Killester 77, DCU Mercy 57; Courtyard Liffey Celtics 58, Meteors BC 58; Maxol WIT Wildcats 69, UL Huskies 59.
Hula Hoops Presidents National Cup Quarter Finals: Keaneâs SuperValu Killorglin 100, C&S Blue Demons 101 (Double OT).
Hula Hoops Senior Womenâs National Cup Quarter Finals: Team DenJoeâs American Style 46, Fr Mathews 57; NUIG Mystics P-P Meteors ; Ulster Rockets P-P Team Garveyâs Tralee.
Hula Hoops U18 Womenâs National Cup Quarter Final: Fr. Mathews 69, Ulster Elks 56.
Womenâs National Cup Quarter-Finals:
Pyrobel Killester 77, DCU Mercy 57
Pyrobel Killester put in a complete performance to account for DCU Mercy and reach the semi-finals of the Womenâs National Cup for the third year in a row. DCU Mercy looked sharp through Erica Cody Kennedy Smith in the opening exchanges but the young forward had to be carried off after a nasty fall in the first quarter and Killester never looked like dropping the tempo.
Coach Karl Kilbride was happy to see his side book their place in the semi-finals but he is not looking ahead too far just yet.
âWe had a really good game, we were excellent start to finish. We jumped out to a lead in the first quarter and extended it as the game went on - we were very happy with the win.
We want to win every game in front of us. Our form has been up and down as I said but we fully believe we can beat anybody on any given day. We want to win the league and we want to win the Cup - obviuosly the Cup is special. For most people it holds a special place for them and itâs the one everyone wants to win. We want to win every game though be that league or Cup.â
Despite the best efforts of Aoife McDermott and co, the Killester line up was just too tuned in on the night and 24 points from Raeshel Contreras paved the win for the victory. Kilbride is now looking to carry that form on for the remainder of the season.
âYa, weâve had some excellent results this season so far and weâve had some poor performances too so weâre looking for consistency at the moment. We know we can put up points itâs a question of getting stops. I said before the game that the Cup is about getting the stops we managed to do that last night and if we can keep that defensive stability and being able to execute that, well, it will bode well for the rest of the season.â
Pyrobel Killester Top Scorers: Raeshel Contreras 24, Mimi Clarke 14, Aoibheann Byrne 12.
DCU Mercy Top Scorers: Aoife McDermott 23, Sarah Woods 8, Mairead McNally 7, Chelisa Painter 7.
HT: Pyrobel Killester 42, DCU Mercy 28
Maxol WIT Wildcats 69, UL Huskies 59
Maxol WIT Wildcats made their move in the second quarter to take control of their Munster derby with UL Huskies and reach the semi-finals of the Womenâs National Cup. Leading 16-12 after ten minutes, Mick Evans side ramped things up through Cathy Kavanagh and the in-form Jazmen Boone to lead by 24 points at half time.
Evans was delighted to see his side into the last four and in the process gain revenge for defeat in the cup to the Limerick side last year.
âItâs nice for the girls to get one over on Huskies as they knocked them out of the Cup last year and it keeps the momentum going as well for us. Thatâs five wins in a row now and last year they won four all season so weâre going in the right direction.â
Wildcats, the former Cup specialists, were neck and neck with their Munster rivals, edging the first quarter 16-12 but they dominated the second period, roaring into a commanding lead. With Boone and Katie Fox leading the way they racked up the scores and jumped into a 44-20 lead at the interval. They pushed that to twenty-six point advantage going into the final quarter but UL hit back and cut the lead to single figures at one stage.
âWe built up a big lead and that should have been that really but we let UL back into it and they got the momentum and that was hard to stop,â Evans explained. âWe fouled their American at one stage as she went for a three and she made all her free throws to bring it down to nine points but that was as close as it got. We brought our experienced players back in and they managed to close it out after that.â
Maxol WIT Wildcats Top Scorers: Jazmen Boone 23, Katie Fox 13, Cathy Kavanagh 12
UL Huskies Top Scorers: Kelsey Harris 19, Cathy Grant 15, Sarah Benedetti 7
HT: Maxol WIT Wildcats 44, UL Huskies 20
Courtyard Liffey Celtics 58, Meteors 74
A 28-point fourth quarter put Meteors through to the semi-finals of the Womenâs National Cup at the expense of Courtyard Liffey Celtics in Leixlip. Mark Byrneâs hard working side were behind at the end of each of the first three quarters as Sorcha Tiernan and Suzanne Maguire turned in fine shooting performances for the home side.
Coach Mark Byrne was pleased with the resolve shown by his side to stay in the game and eventually prosper.
â I think we were 21-9 down at the end of the first quarter, they got off to a great start, a great shooting start. Our girls stuck with it though and really stuck with it when we really thought the game might get away from us and we ended up with a great fourth quarter to win it.
âFor us itâs really about being positive with intensity. When we combine the two we can be very good. Once the girls kept their focus and when we switched to a zone defence too it really made a difference. It slowed them down a little bit â defensive rebounding as well was key for us, Liffey are a really good offensive rebounding team so once we kept them off the boards again that was a big key for us.â
Next up in the semi-final are holders and Byrne admits that thereâs a sense of excitement building already.
âWe donât want to look too far ahead, we have a tough game against Brunell coming up on Saturday but you know, I think we have three league games before the semi-final and they will definitely occupy our minds but if we do think about Glanmire, weâre really looking forward to it. They are a fine team, we gave them a good game earlier on in the season, we stayed with them for long periods of time, and ultimately they pulled ahead of us but itâs the first time Meteors are in a Cup semi-final in a long time as far as I know so thereâs a good buzz about the place already.â
Courtyard Liffey Celtics Top Scorers: Sorcha Tiernan 19, Suzanne Maguire 19, Meagan Hoffman 11.
Meteors Top Scorers: Emily Leer 18, Meghan McGuinness 17, Jade Daly 12.
HT: Courtyard Liffey Celtics 31, Meteors 28
Team Montenotte Hotel 76, Singleton SuperValu Brunell 69
Team Montenotte Hotel showed all their resolve to navigate past Singleton SuperValu Brunell and into the last four of the Womenâs National Cup. Brunell had two players hit the 20 point mark but Niamh Dwyer topped the lot with 28 points as the Glanmire side defended a five point lead with 30 seconds left.
Coach Mark Scannel was pleased to see his side book their place in the last four but admitted that it took a huge performance from Niamh Dwyer to eventually pull them across the line.
âThere was a lot going on over the day with the change of venue and all that but we got there in the end and weâre happy to be in the Cup still - there was a few shocks around the place and that could very easily have been us but we used our experience to get there.â
âI didnât feel that it was a game we were going to lose at any stage and we went ten points up during the third quarter and it could have been twenty but we made mistakes and we needed Niamhâs points to steady the ship when they came back at us. "
The Glanmire side blazed into a 41-31 lead at the break thanks to a good spell midway through the second quarter but Brunell fired back in the third and actually led near the final moments. TMH rallied though and snuck into a 48-45 lead at the buzzer.
The final quarter was a real tussle as Brunell snatched the lead at one stage but the irrepressible Niamh Dwyer took the game by the scruff of the neck and in the end the favourites saw out the victory.
Team Montenotte Hotel Top Scorers: Niamh Dwyer 28, Claire Rockall 11, Grainne Dwyer 10.
Singleton SuperValu Brunell Top Scorers: Megan OâLeary 20, Kaylee Kilpatrick 20, Amy Waters 12.
HT: Team Montenotte Hotel 41, Singleton SuperValu Brunell 31
Hula Hoops Menâs National Cup Round One, Second Leg
Pyrobel Killester 100, Belfast Star 51 (Aggregate: 174-137)
Pyrobel Killester are back in the semi-finals of the Menâs National Cup after a two year absence thanks to a 100-51 win over Belfast Star at the Irish Wheelchair Association. Brian OâMalleyâs side were trailing by 12 points from the first leg, but needed just five minutes to erase the deficit and eventually powered through to triple figures inside the forty minutes. Belfast Star Head Coach Neal McCotter was magnanimous. âWe were outplayed,â he said. âKillester deserved to win the game and the tie and we were very poor. Itâs back to the drawing board on Monday night.â
Star looked to rally in the second quarter through the athleticism of Sasha Seymore but it was Jermaine Turner who was the star of the show. The forward turned in a powerhouse performance with 18 points in the first half to seal the tie. Eoghain Kiernanâs buzzer beater put the margin on the night out to 20 before Turner combined with Paul Dick for a breakaway dunk and spun to the baseline for a fadeaway shot for Killester to lead 49-20 at half time.
For Turner, the lessons learned from the first leg were crucial. âFair play to them, for the first leg they really spaced us out and we worked on that in practice to try to cut down on their driving angles and contest their shots,â he said. âI think we did a good job on that.â
A couple of three-pointers from Shawn Vanzant improved Belfast Starâs scoring return in the second half. Killester though, were relentless and pushed all the way to the 100 point mark. âIt feels good,â said Turner. âIt feels like we have as good a chance as anybody now, but weâre taking it one game at a time. Whoeverâs next, weâll prepare for them.â
Pyrobel Killester Top Scorers: Jermaine Turner 40, Ciaran Roe 18, Patrick Sullivan 10.
Belfast Star Top Scorers: Shawn Vanzant 11, Sasha Seymore 10, Matthew Jackson 6
HT: Pyrobel Killester 49, Belfast Star 20
Leg 1 Result: Belfast Star 86, Pyrobel Killester 74
GCD Swords Thunder came through their two-legged affair against Eanna with a win in each game and a 170-120 aggregate score to progress in the Hula Hoops Menâs National Cup. For the second year in a row however, the North Dubliners have been drawn as one of the two teams who will have to play an additional a single-legged Round Two game so it will take another win to reach the semi-finals.
Luke Thompson had eight points in the first quarter for the home side but Swords knew a strong opening half could kill off the tie and led 26-15 after ten minutes. Mike Garrow had six points in a row before the first break in his second appearance for the club and Isaac Westbrooks ramped up his scoring in the second period.
âWe were executing very well and it was important we bounced back this week,â said GCD Swords Thunder Coach David Baker. âAs much as you donât want to, the cushion can sit in the back of your head and we took our foot off the pedal in the third quarter but we called a timeout which allowed us to kick on again.â
Isaac Westbrook proved the catalyst. He took a long-range Michael Goj pass and turned Conor Gallagher in one movement before accelerating to the key and hitting the jump shot before the cover arrived. Eanna Coach Ciaran MacEvilly said: âWe had an awful lot of turnovers and an awful lot of defensive errors but we definitely showed signs of improvement over our previous two games against them. That was encouragins so we definitely feel like we could make a game out of it when we face them in the league again next week.â
Eanna Top Scorers: Remigijus Dimiciukas 18, Luke Thompson 16, Conor Gallagher 12
GCD Swords Thunder Top Scorers: Isaac Westbrooks 21, Dan Nelms 16, Sergi Guardia 12.
HT: Eanna 37, GCD Swords Thunder 54
Leg 1 Result: GCD Sword Thunder 78, Eanna BC 59
Templeogue are through to the semi-finals of the Menâs National Cup for the first time in their history after a 79-78 win over SSE Airtricity Moycullen at the Oblate Hall. The Dublin side had brought a 10 point cushion back from the first leg in Galway but Head Coach Mark Keenan was pleased with how his side toughed out the win down the stretch for keep their record at 9-0 for the season to day. âIt was a battle all the way to the finish,â he said. âIt wasnât pretty but I was delighted that we rounded out. Even not playing so well we hit some big shots and got some stops.â
SSE Airtricity Moycullen went straight to work in leading 24-23 for the first quarter. âWe knew it was a case of just competing and looking to win the game,â said Coach Nollaig Cunningham. âAfter that it would be a case of chasing the deficit in the fourth quarter. But considering what happened, the performance we put in was exceptional.â
What happened changed the complexion of the game. A brief flare-up with 40 seconds to the half up led to the ejection of Moycullen duo Dylan Cunningham and Ronan OâSullivan and Templeogueâs Conor Grace.
Mark Keenan said: âIt was disruptive for both teams. A player of Conorâs calibre is always a loss. Iâm sure it will be scrutinized.â
Moycullen led by four points on the night with two and a half minutes to go. âTo be honest, they gave us a good hammering on the offensive boards but we shored it up. This was a big goal for us,â said Keenan. Michael Bonaparte and Sean Flood hit 29 points apiece before Tomas Swiatowy came off the bench to take back the lead from the free-throw line.
Templeogue Top Scorers: Sean Flood 29, Michael Bonaparte 29, Stephen James 11.
SSE Airtricity Moycullen Top Scorers: Paul Freeman 16, Cian Nihill 12, Ronan OâSullivan 10.
Leg 1 Result: SSE Airtricity Moycullen 70, Templeogue 80
DCU Saints 67, UCD Marian 80 (Aggregate 153-196)
UCD Marian set up a Menâs National Cup Round Two tie with GCD Swords Thunder by beating DCU Saints 80-67 in Glasnevin. The South-siders were odds on to progress after a dominant first leg performance, but Head Coach Ioannis Liapakis was pleased with how his side applied themselves.
âItâs difficult for players to keep focus when they know they have 31 points,â he said. âWe kept DCU to 24 points in the first half and that was our main target.â
While UCD were getting stops on one end of the floor, they were scoring at the other. They raced out into an 8-0 lead in the first quarter and were up 16-9 after ten minutes. Daniel James hit six three-pointers in the game for a total haul of 28 points.
DCU slowly began to respond to Joey Boylanâs calls for a better showing. Kevin OâHanlon had two triples in the second quarter to make a game of it. âWe got a lot of good shots that we didnât make so they opened up that 10 point lead pretty easily. If our shots had gone down, it could have different. But overall it was an improved performance.â
Saintsâ new American recruit Duane Johnson checked back into the game in the fourth quarter to even things out. âHe created a few problems for us,â said Liapakis. We had to keep him off the boards because he was taking way too many offensive rebounds but we were able to fix that.â
The meeting of GCD Swords Thunder and UCD Marian will be fixed before Christmas.
DCU Saints Top Scorers: Duane Johnson 18, Eoin Darling 17, Arkadijs Makarenko 9
UCD Marian Top Scorers: Daniel James 28, Alex Zurn 12, Dustan Moreira 11.
Leg 1 Result: UCD Marian 116, DCU Saints 85
Hula Hoops Senior Womenâs National Cup Quarter Finals:
Team DenJoes American Style 46, Fr Mathews 57
Fr Mathews teed up a Senior Womenâs National Cup Semi-Final meeting with Oblate Dynamos with a hard fought 57-46 win over Team DenJoes American Style in Castleisland.
The Cork side drew on all the experience of Fiona Lynch and Dearbhla Breen to pull clear against a determined home side. The lead was built in increments until 13 points separated the sides with 10 minutes remaining. Team DenJoes were able to pull the lead back to single digits but not before Fr Mathews could close out the win.
Team DenJoes American Style Top Scorers: Lorraine Scanlon 16, Eileen OâConnor 8, Miriam Rollan 8
Fr Mathews Top Scorers: Fiona Lynch 17, Dearbhla Breen 16, Kellie Cahalane 11
HT: Team DenJoes American Style 22, Fr Mathews 29
Hula Hoops Presidents National Cup Quarter Finals:
Keaneâs SuperValu Killorglin 100, C&S Blue Demons 101 (Double OT)
Keaneâs SuperValu Killorglin and C&S Blue Demons served up one of the most gripping cup ties in recent memory, but in a game which can only have one winner it was the reigning champions who pulled through by the narrowest of margins. It needed to periods of overtime to find a winner. The two sides went basket for basket for much of the opening half. Killorglin duo Andrew Fitzgerald and Dan Griffin were scoring well against their old club and helped open up a nine point gap heading into the fourth quarter. Demons clawed their way back with the help of the in-form Shane Duggan and Demons eventually pulled through in the 50th minute.
Keaneâs SuperValu Killorglin Top Scorers: Kevin Gray 30, Andrew Fitzgerald 23, Dan Griffin 16.
C&S Blue Demons Top Scorers: Shane Duggan 26, Shane McCarthy 22, David Murphy.
HT: Keaneâs SuperValu Killorglin 42, C&S Blue Demons 41
Hula Hoops U18 Womenâs National Cup Quarter Final:
Fr. Mathews 69, Ulster Elks 56
Fr Mathews made home advantage count in the National Cup with a 13-point win over Ulster Elks. Elks made the long trip south with a number of players whoâd featured in the U18 Womenâs National Shield Final including Verity OâConnor and Anna Maguire who were leaders on the floor with a combined 38 points.
Fr. Mathews however had come through a tough sectional process and forged a 12 point lead by half time through some fine play from Abbie Jeffery and Niamh Lynch.
Fr. Mathews Top Scorers: Abbie Jeffery 18, Niamh Lynch 17, Danielle OâRiordan 10
Ulster Elks Top Scorers: Verity OâConnor 25, Enya Maguire 17, Anna Maguire 13.
HT: Fr. Mathews 38, Ulster Elks 24
Friday December 4th, 2015:
Womenâs National Intermediate Club Championships Quarter Finals:
Tridents Dublin 74, Carraig na bhFear Rebels 58
Tridents of Dublin recorded their second win over Cork opposition to reach the Semi-Finals of the Hula Hoops Womenâs National Intermediate Club Championships. The Castleknock side were 74-58 winners over Carraig na bhFear Rebels with the help of 19 points from Grainne McGlade. The Rebels trailed by just eight points at half time and reduced a 14-point deficit down to just four points in the second half. Foul trouble allowed Tridents to steady the ship and pull through to the last four.
Tridents Dublin Top Scorers: Grainne McGlade (19), Eilis O'Meara (17 points), Sarah Cusack (8)
Carraig Na bhFear Rebels Top Scorers: Kate Walsh (14), Chloe Morris (14), Anna Dunlea (12)
HT: Tridents Dublin 32, Carraig Na bhFear Rebels 24
|Tridents v Carraig na bhFear Rebels. Pics courtesy of Tridents BC Facebook Page|
U18 Men's National Cup Quarter Finals:
Tolka Rovers 70, Templeogue 60
Tolka Rovers Top Scorers: Brian Ashton (22), Matt Treacy (14), Emmet Lawless (10)
Templeogue BC Top Scorers: David Marnell (22), Mark Gilleran (14), Cillian Armstrong (10)
HT: Tolka Rovers 35, Templeogue 23
Menâs National Intermediate Club Championships Quarter Finals:
Phoenix BC 84, St Brendans 87
St. Brendanâs described their 87-84
victory over Phoenix BC in the Menâs National Intermediate Club
Championships as the âbiggest win for the club in four years.â The
Tralee side will meet the winners of Cork Celts and North Star in the
semi-finals of the inaugural competition.
It looked for long periods of the game like the win belonged to Phoenix BC. The Ulster side by seven after 10 minutes, eight by half time and were still three points ahead with eight minutes to go. Fergal OâSullivan and Kieran âStarâ Donaghy led the comeback to finish with 23 and 21 points respectively.
Phoenix BC Top Scorers: Conor McElroy (16), Joe Smith (14) Girts Celms (13)
St Brendan's: Fergal O'Sullivan (23), Kieran Donaghy (22), Michael O'Donnell (11)
HT: Phoenix BC 49, St Brendans 42
Hula Hoops National Cup Round One, Leg 2:
C&S UCC Demons 88-67 UL Eagles
C&S UCC Demons became the first team to qualify for the 2016 Hula Hoops Menâs National Cup Semi-Finals with an 88-67 win at home against UL Eagles. The defending champions trailed 19-11 after 10 minutes but a 30-point second quarter allayed any fears that UL Eagles could stage an upset. With Colin OâReilly and Roy Downey absent through injury, scoring responsibilities duly fell to Carlton Cuff who stepped up with 19 points.
The game-high however went to Staats Battle. It was another bright start from Eagles and the American point guard played right to the end to finish with 23 points.
C&S UCC Demons Assistant Coach Troy OâMahony said: âIt was a good win. They had a much better start than we did but we pulled it back in the second quarter and our bench did a great job for us.â Liam Carmody was another to showcase the Cork sideâs strength in depth with 11 points. Eagles trailed by just 8 at the break but Demons were able to pull clear with the aggregate score on the minds of both squads. âWe have no new injuries to worry about everyone got good minutes. We can just focus on the league now for the next few weeks,â said OâMahony.
C&C UCC Demons Top Scorers: Carlton Cuff 19, Lehmon Colbert 14, Liam Carmody 11.
UL Eagles Top Scorers: Staats Battle 23, Rob Lynch 13, Eoin Quigley 8.
HT: C&S UCC Demons 41-33 UL Eagles
Wednesday 2 December 2015
Hula Hoops President's National Cup Quarter Finals: Pyrobel Killester 114, St Vincent's BC 2 56.
Thursday 3 December 2015
Hula Hoops Senior Women's National Cup Quarter Finals: Killester BC 55, Oblate Dynamos 58
Friday 4 December 2015
Hula Hoops Men's National Cup Round One, Leg 2/2: C&S UCC Demons 88, UL Eagles 67 (Agg: 170-120)
Hula Hoops Men's National Intermediate Club Championships Quarter Finals: Phoenix BC 84, St Brendans 87
Hula Hoops Women's National Intermediate Club Championships Quarter Finals: Trident's Dublin 74, Carraig Na Bhfear 58
Hula Hoops U18 Men's National Cup Quarter Finals: