We are extremely proud of our 2nd year basketball team who were gracious in their defeat to Presentation College, Tralee in the South West Semi Final. These girls have shown great determination and dedication to their team over the past few months! So a huge well done and thank you to all coaches and players involved
Hard luck to our u19 basketball team that were defeated by a strong Causeway team yesterday
Congrats to the ladies u16 basketball team on their win against Causeway yesterday
Congratulations to our U16 Ladies Basketball Team who beat Castletroy College in the All Ireland Final
Here is a match report as reported in the Limerick Leader recently
Also in the National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, Hazelwood College, Dromcollogher had too much for Castletroy College in the final of the U16 B Girls League final.
Hazelwood College, Dromcollogher 52
Castletroy College, Limerick 38
In this all Limerick affair, both teams got off to a fast start. Kiera Shyne opened the scoring for Castletroy before Saoirse McCarthy hit two free throws to get Hazelwood off the mark. Sorcha Cronin had five points with Shyne getting another elbow jumper to bring Castletroy to eleven points for the quarter.
Hannah Cremin made her free throws when on the line before the Fahy sisters, Keelan and Niamh contributed as well to give Hazelwood a one-point lead 11-12 going into the second.
Castletroy started the brighter with Emma O’Sullivan finding her range on the way to 6 points in this quarter. Shyne was a threat the whole time in transition with Azeezat Muniru getting on the scoreboard. Limiting the second attempts held Hazelwood to just eight points with Cremin, McCarthy and Niamh Fahy the scorers. Castletroy lead 23-20 at the half.
The third quarter saw Hazelwood flip the script, Niamh Fahy had seven points with Cremin and Meabh Magner scoring in the lane as well to erase the deficit and push Hazelwood in front. O’Sullivan and Cronin kept the scoreboard ticking but the writing was on the wall for Castletroy.
It was 33-37 going into the last quarter. Hazelwood came out as they finished the third, Cremin was unstoppable on her way to a game high of twenty-one points and Castletroy had no answer to her. Shyne and Nofeesat Muniru did find they basket but it was not enough to stop Hazelwood College taking the win 38-52.
Hazelwood College Hannah Cremin 21, Laura Sexton, Maebh Magner 4, Katie Burke 2, Saorise McCarthy 10, Keelan Fahy 6, Katie Coughlan, Grace Noonan, Orla Bennis, Sarah Kate O’Connor, Niamh Fahy 11, Keelin O’Brien.
Castletroy College Kiera Shyne 11, Emma, O’Sullivan 11, Sorcha Cronin 8, Gandy Malou Mamel 1, Nofeesat Muniru 5, Azeezat Muniru 2, Tawaklit Musa, Julia Cuneen.
MVP: Hannah Cremin, Hazelwood College.
What a day for the Basketball team who not only successfully hosted the All Ireland playoffs but also won their two games comfortably seeing them through to the final stages of the All Ireland competition ! Their second game saw them really get into their stride with a 67-33 win over Lucan. All roads lead to Dublin for this incredibly hard working group of girls. Congratulations to the team , their management and helpers
Huge congratulations to the cadet Basketballers who left nothing on the court yesterday and came home as South West Champions
Well done to our U16 Basketballers who had a fantastic win (78 -25) against St Marys Corbally. Thanks also to our TY helpers Roisin and Emma.
Basketball South West Regional Finals in Ballybunion today. Hard luck to the first years girls who were unlucky to be beaten by Listowel in the Semi Finals and congratulations to the second years who have made it through to the finals!! Watch this space
First and second year Basketballers were in action this week agains Villiars. Well done to our first yrs who put in a strong performance, winning on a score line of 12 -7. Hard luck to the 2nd yrs who were beaten 18-32.
Fantastic win for both our 1st & 2nd yr Basketballers against Laurel Hill
Well done to the first and second year girls Basketball teams who had their first outing against Castletroy. The second years had an impressive win on a score line of 30-19