Friday 26 May 2017

Donaghy sits it out as Tralee lose home record

The side were also without Darragh O Hanlon and struggled to keep up with Templeogue's resourceful and incisive offensive play with Michael Bonaparte and Lorcan Murphy linking well throughout.
The side were also without Darragh O Hanlon and struggled to keep up with Templeogue's resourceful and incisive offensive play with Michael Bonaparte and Lorcan Murphy linking well throughout.
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Superleague leaders Templeogue ended Garveys Tralee Warriors unbeaten home record with a hard-earned 70-79 victory in the Kerry side's Sports Complex.

Kieran Donaghy did not feature for the hosts despite cutting short a trip with Kerry's footballers to New York in order to make himself available for the fixture.

The side were also without Darragh O Hanlon and struggled to keep up with Templeogue's resourceful and incisive offensive play with Michael Bonaparte and Lorcan Murphy linking well throughout.

The Dublin side's triumph ensures that they continue their unbeaten streak in the league.

In other action, Griffith Swords Thunder made it three wins in the space of six days, overcoming UCD Marian 88-79.

Meanwhile, Singleton SuperValu Brunell celebrated their second win of the season and their first win of the Women's Super League this weekend after they overcame 62-58 Meteors in a nerve-wracking clash in Cork yesterday.

An in-form Kaylee Kilpatrick netted 20 points in a dominant display for her side to secure their four-point win.

Ambassador UCC Glanmire continued their own dominance in the league, winning out 55-48 over Pyrobel Killester while DCU Mercy had the better of their encounter with Maxol WIT Wildcats.

Elsewhere, Pyrobel Killester are set to face Dublin neighbours, UCD Marian in the semi-final of the National Cup after yesterday's draw.

The second semi-final will see SSE Airtricity Moycullen face off against Griffith Swords Thunder. Both games will take place on Saturday, January 7th in Neptune Stadium, Cork.

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