Sunday , June 20 2021

Belfast star is on top of Tralee's boiler room

John Coulmen

Belfast Star is the new head of the Men's Supercup in Tralee, completing the 89-79 victory over Garvey & Tralee Warriors.

In the north, riders attacked the league and attacked in the first half, with 46-44 leaders.

In the second half, teams sold their baskets to the third quarter, and in the last period scored 66-63 points.

Sergeant Vidal Baldoviu and Mike Davis have been hit by striking strikes – coach Adrian Fulton for the sake of ease.

"It was a great challenge to be played before my inexperienced pleasurable moments, and when happy, when we were on the balance we made the basics we won."

The 16-year-old James Fulton, one of the coaches, was one of the stars in the night, and Adrian admits that he is playing well for the team. "He did well, we did not think he was happy and we did not play like he played. As it is desirable – Ainna Quinn was injured, Conor played mainly with one hand, and CJ was given the opportunity, and she understood it, and that's great. "

Templeogue fell into the DCU Saints 68-67 and lost the game for the second consecutive time after the pulsed game in Inchchurch. This, of course, was the sweet victory of the American division of Saints, Michael Bonaparte, who was released from the Templeogue at the end of last season and regained 18 points.

Steven James was able to overcome the game for Templeogue, but missed two free words left by Saints' coach Joey Boyland for five seconds.

"It was a tense game, he went in any way, and I hope my team will be able to play in that battle."

The Ucc Demons team hoped Griffith College Swords would win 87-78 at Thunder. Thunder coach Dave Baker could not miss the game because he was hospitalized, but his side played solid basketball to watch the players.

C & S won Neptune's first game of the season when he beat Marés in the wonderful game Neptune Stadium. Galway's side was behind two awesome victories over UCC Demons and UCD Marian, but Neptune's length showed a great famine.

Lehmmon Colbert won a 24-point match in the season's best game, which was highly appreciated by the coach Paul Keller.

"For the sake of change, we were rewarded for our efforts and in my opinion, our defense was important for us to get online. We lost our five-minute drive, but we hope the adults will stand up and win. "

UCD Marian also returned to Killorglin in Belfast, where he won 86-64. In the UEFA Champions League quarter-final match, UCD scored 17 points.

Liffey Celtics, in the Super League Women's Super League, expressed his intention to break down the DCU Mercy 80-57. The Kildare side was always on top while the American Briana Green had an exhibition of 34 points, but they saw DCU style.

WIT Wildcats continued to improve when Marmel City defeated the 71-32 winners against Hawks.

Sunday's Cork Derby has arrived in Brunei's 72-70 wing of Frank Mathews and has recently succeeded with Niamh Dwayer.

Brunoer, Grameen Dwyer, with 30 points in the game, played with the threat, drew attention to how Mathew allowed his death.

UCC Glanmire lost their 61-49 score. Lary Davis's "AT Carlow" team finished with 19 points.

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