Belfast Star will face Templeogue this weekend in La Salle in the first round of the National Cup. It’s a tie that sees Star seek revenge for a narrow and thrilling League loss to the south Dublin side just weeks ago on the road.
BELFAST Star are on the road again this weekend when they visit Dublin’s Templeogue - a journey they will make brimming with confidence after last week’s massive come-from-behind win over defending champions Garvey’s Tralee Warriors.
BELFAST Star's Super League title from 2020 was taken by Garvey's Tralee Warriors last season and Adrian Fulton's side head to Kerry for a showdown between the past two champions on Saturday (Tralee Sports Complex, 7.30pm).
Ulster University edged NUIG Mystics 58-56 in a thrilling MissQuote.ie Division 1 League Cup final at the National Basketball Arena, to deny the Galway side the treble. MVP Lexi Posset scored a game-high 21 points to propel her side to victory.
ANDERSONSTOWN Tigers Basketball Club has qualified for the U14 and U16 boys and girls All-Ireland Club Championships (AICC) in Gormanstown, Meath, with the girls playing this weekend (March 26-27) and the boys team playing the following weekend (April 2-3).
AFTER their withdrawal from the Irish Super League last week for an inadvertent player registration error, reigning champions Belfast Star have been buoyed by the breadth of support they have received from across the Irish basketball community.
Belfast Star head to Dublin’s Templeogue this Saturday for their last league game of the season, safe in the knowledge that they have secured a home berth for the Super League playoffs the following weekend.