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Jason Killeen demanding that Templeogue maintain form

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Templeogue's leading scorer Jason Killeen is urging his side to build on their recent performances. Barry Cregg / SPORTSFILE

Templeogue's leading scorer Jason Killeen is urging his side to build on their recent performances. Barry Cregg / SPORTSFILE

Templeogue's leading scorer Jason Killeen is urging his side to build on their recent performances. Barry Cregg / SPORTSFILE

Templeogue face two games in 24 hours as they look to climb into fourth spot. First up this evening, they host Dublin Inter, who are without a league win in six weeks and a head coach since the sudden departure of Todd James.

League leaders C&S UCC Demons make the trip to the Oblate Hall tomorrow and leading scorer Jason Killeen is urging his side to build on their recent performances.

"We've been hitting our stride lately and if you're not up for playing a team like Demons, then you shouldn't be in this league. The game against Inter will be a physical match-up so we'll have to be very mindful of them."

UCD Marian will be without Preston Ross for Sunday's clash with Travelodge Swords Thunder at the National Basketball Arena; before that, Belfast Star face DCU Saints. Both games can be streamed live on TG4's website.

UL Eagles will have to plan without the injured Matthew Hall when they welcome Killester to Limerick on Sunday.

In the women's Premier League, Courtyard Liffey Celtics will be looking to go top of the table when they take on Meteors in Leixlip tomorrow.

Meteors' Christine Ganser is adamant that their focus is firmly on the league and not the cup: "We're not looking at anything else except the game ahead of us. We will see what happens from there."

Maxol WIT Wildcats and UL Huskies are both in desperate need of the points in their basement battle.

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