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Colin O'Reilly: 'All season we’ve kept digging in. We kept being as relentless as we could. Now we’re going for history to win this,'

Colin O'Reilly: 'All season we’ve kept digging in. We kept being as relentless as we could. Now we’re going for history to win this,'

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Colin O'Reilly: 'All season we’ve kept digging in. We kept being as relentless as we could. Now we’re going for history to win this,'

C&S UCC Demons are bidding to become the first side to win all three men's competitions with a perfect record.

They take on Killester tomorrow and Demons player/coach Colin O'Reilly has no intention of letting up.

"All season we've kept digging in. We kept being as relentless as we could. Now we're going for history to win this," he said.

Travelodge Swords Thunder are hoping for another crack at the champions but they'll need to see off Templeogue in the second semi-final.

The final takes place on Sunday when the season will come to a close.

Team Montenotte Hotel are the reigning Women's Premier League champions and they'll be facing fellow Cork club Singleton SuperValu Brunell in Saturday's showpiece.

The Dwyer sisters lining out for Montenotte were recently listed among the greatest Irish players ever to play the game while Brunell have some of Ireland's best up-and-coming talent to bolster their ranks.

Brunell's Edel Thornton will leave for Quinnipiac University in the US on a four-year scholarship and the 18-year-old is eager to sign off with another trophy.

All of the weekend's games will be streamed live on Basketball Ireland's website.

Irish Independent