DUBLIN Lions’ first national cup final saw them come unstuck at the hands of an outstanding Neptune side in the men’s Under-20 decider last weekend at the National Basketball Arena.
Dublin Lions will bring what coach Rob White is calling their “best group ever” into the men’s basketball Under-20 National Cup final in Tallaght on Saturday afternoon (2pm).
Goal-hungry Our Lady’s Terenure beat Castleknock Community College 5-5 to 3-10 in the Division A Shield final on Friday in Blakestown with Emma Ryan proving the match winner in the final reckoning with a brilliant display of nerve under pressure.
HOLY FAITH, Rathcoole took home the laurels from a dramatic Dublin schools Senior C Shield final last Friday ahead of Gaelcolaiste Reachrann by just a single point.
Newtown Rangers manager Glenn Madden admitted his side ‘never really got going’ as they bowed out of the FAI Intermediate Cup with a 3-2 home defeat to UCC on Sunday.
Collinstown continue to live up to their title of ‘cup specialists’ as a second-half blitz saw them bowl over Lucan United to book a spot in the FAI Intermediate Cup quarter-finals on Friday night.
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