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Take a shot at wheelchair basketball fun with new Easter camps

With Easter just around the corner, the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) are promising a wheely good time at their camps in Clontarf.

DIT happy to make a hoopla about IWA basketball tournament

A group of students from Dublin Institute of Technology are organising a charity basketball tournament, all in aid of the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA). The...

NBA prospect The Irish Hulk opts for Louisville University

CLONDALKIN man Aidan Harris Igiehon made headlines across the USA this week as he announced his commitment to the University of Louisville for next...

Councillor courts a basketball facility

FINGAL County Council has agreed to get the ball rolling on the provision of a basketball court in Balbriggan. The issue was raised at the...

Peat brings the heat to Irish rugby fifteen

Artane's Lindsay Peat has put her career on hold in order to throw everything she has at a once-in-a-lifetime shot at winning a Rugby World...

Isaac back in Irish side

A GOOD year has turned into a great year for Isaac Westbrooks as he prepares to join up with the Ireland squad this summer. Having...

Peat adds another Irish string to incredible bow

LINDSAY PEAT - an All-Ireland winning footballer and former co-captain of the Irish international basketball team - added international rugby to her considerable sporting CV over the weekend.

Byrne and Jones’s Irish call

CLONDALKIN basketballer Sarah Byrne and footballer Stephen Joyce have both been named in the Special Olympics World Summer Games 2015 following their inclusion in the Irish squad for the event that takes place in Los Angeles.

Turner retires after a legendary career

JERMAINE Turner drew the curtains on his Irish basketball career with a perfect finale as his Killester side secured an 83-62 win over his former team DCU Saints in the men’s super league at the DCU Complex.

Peat glad of Ireland comeback

LINDSAY Peat is hoping to make up for lost time in an Irish basketball jersey following her selection as part of a representative side from the women’s national league that travel to Luxembourg in May.

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