Garvey’s Tralee Warriors have won the all Kerry tie in the Men’s Super League.
They’ve beaten Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin 77-68.
Killorglin-Daniel Jokubaitis 17, PierreNewton 16, Ivan Bogdanovic 11
Tralee-Jordan Evans 18, Kieran Donaghy 16, Darragh O’Hanlon 12
Killorglin Basketball PRO Eamonn Foley
Garvey’s Warriors Coach Pat Price
In Division 1 Scott’s Lakers St.Paul’s Killarney defeated Galway Titans 95-70.
Lakers led 24-15 after the first quarter, 46-32 at half time and 67-52 at the end of the third quarter.
Killarney-Mark Greene 22, Papito Hersisia 21, Sean O’Brien 17
Galway-Tom Rivard 30, Ben Kelly 14
Matt O Neil reports on this game
Team Tom McCarthy’s St. Mary’s Castleisland lost 69-65 to Portlaoise Panthers in Women’s Division 1.
Mary’s lost out in the dying seconds. The home side led by 13 midway through the final period. They were ahead by 7 with 1.40 on the clock but Lorraine Scanlon sustained an injury and both Denise Dunlea and Meabh Barry were fouled out as the clock ran down. Great defence by the visitors in the last few minutes prevented the home side from shooting. Portlaoise were accurate time and time again from the free throw line and with six seconds to go they hit two from the line to go 1 ahead. Mia Hopkins had an opportunity from the free throw line but failed to convert, unlike Sinead Melia and Claire Wheeler who hit three from four as the clock ran down to take the game.
End first quarter: Team Tom McCarthy’s 8 Panthers 14
Half time:28- 29
End third 54-45
Castleisland-Mia Hopkins 26, Denise Dunlea 12, Lorraine Scanlon 6
Portlaoise: Sinead Melia 27, Claire Melia 12, Ciara Wheeler 10
Team Tom McCarthy’s coach Liam Culloty