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ST. BRENDAN’S BASKETBALL CLUB NOTES

By Alan Cantwell

Lee Strand Academy Boys Div 1

St. Brendan’s 13 TK Bobcats 10

St Brendan’s U11 boys hosted TK Bobcats in Moyderwell Hall last Monday and it was Brendan’s first on the scoreboard with 2 lovely free shots from Brendan Meehan after drawing a foul from a fast break.

Baskets from Darragh Morris, another free throw from Brendan and great defence from the home side saw the first quarter end with St Brendan’s 5-0 up.

The second quarter got off to a great start for Bobcat’s Stephen Turner landing a lovely basket from inside the key but St Brendan’s Liam Cooper and Jamie McCarty quickly answered with a basket each finishing the first half with St. Brendan’s stretching out to a 9-2 lead.

Rohan Healy opened the scoring in the second half after drawing a foul and going to the line to make the free throw. Jack Jay for Bobcats showed lovely ball carrying skills during his time on the floor and got a lovely layup to keep the away side in the game.

With some big rebounds by Brendan’s Rohan Healy, a lovely basket by Jamie McCarty and a free throw from Brayden Pierce the home side led 13 – 4 finishing the 3rd quarter. Bobcats came into the final quarter fighting for the win and with a lovely inside basket by Con Sheehan and 2 big baskets from Stephen Turner they were only 3 points behind Brendan’s with just seconds left on the clock.

The Bobcats defence proved too good for the home side to put up a score in the last quarter but in the last play of the game a massive rebound by Ryan Hand gave Brendan’s possession at the final buzzer with the game finishing 13-10 to St. Brendan’s.

Team: Brayden Pierce, Evan Daly, Jamie McCarty, Brendan Meehan, Ryan Hand, Liam Cooper, Darragh Morris, Cian Collins, Rohan Healy, Ronan Cannon, Coach Amy Quirke, Asst. Coach Joe Quirke

Lee Strand Boys U18 Div 1

St. Brendan’s 70 Tralee Imperials 38

St. Brendan’s welcomed Imperials to Moyderwell in a local derby last Friday and in a tight first quarter both teams went score for score with Brendan’s edging it by 5 points with baskets from Padraig, Rap and Lawerence and Imperials finding the basket through Rauul, Leroy and Tristan.

The first quarter ended 16-11 to Brendan’s. In the second quarter Brendan’s began to get into their groove and pulled away with Dominic getting a big 3 and George also getting on the score sheet.

There was also good defence from Danny, Gary, Aaron and Jack in this quarter to keep Imperials out. The third quarter was another tight affair with Brendan’s old boy Philip Corkery getting 2 big 3’s for Imperials and Rauul getting another few baskets.

Steven and Lawerence replied for Brendan’s. In the last quarter Brendan’s proved too strong for Imperials and ran away with it winning 70-38. Top scorers for Brendan’s was Rap 22, Lawerence 15, Padraig and Steven 10, Imperials top scorers were Rauul 18, Philip 9 and Tristan with 6. It was a great result for coaches Ger and Donald.

OTHER RESULTS

Lee Strand Boys U16 Div 1

TK Bobcats 35 St. Brendan’s 46

Lee Strand Academy Girls Div 1

St. Brendan’s 8 TK Bobcats 38

St. Brendan’s Girls Academy team that was in action against TK Bobcats last week in Moyderwell

UPCOMING FIXTURES

Monday 13th November

Senior Mens Div 2

TK Killarney Cougars v St. Brendan’s at 7.10pm in Pres Gym Killarney

Tuesday 14th November

Senior Womens Div 2

Ballybunion Wildcats v St Brendan’s at 7.15pm in Ballybunion Community Centre

Lee Strand Boys U14 Div 3

St. Brendan’s v Kenmare Kestrels at 8.00pm in Moyderwell School

Wednesday 15th November

Lee Strand Academy Boys Div 1

Kenmare Kestrels v St. Brendan’s at 6.30pm in Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine

Lee Strand Boys U14 Div 2

Kenmare Kestrels v St. Brendan’s at 7.30pm in Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine

Saturday 18th November

Lee Strand Boys U14 Div 3

St. Mary’s v St. Brendan’s 10.00am in Castleisland Community Centre

Sunday 19th November

Senior Mens Div 1

St. Mary’s v St. Brendan’s at 3.00pm in Castleisland Community Centre

CLUB TRAINING TIMES

Training times for the 2017/18 season at Moyderwell Hall are as follows:

Academy (Coaches: Charles/Linda/Pa/Dusan)

The academy takes place every Tuesday in Moyderwell for 4 to 6 year olds from 4.30pm to 5.15pm and 7 to 9 year olds from 5.15pm to 6.00pm

Boys U10s (Coach: Noelle Kingston)

Tuesday 6.00pm to 7.00pm and Friday 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Boys U11s (Coaches: Amy Quirke/Joe Quirke)

Monday 6.00pm to 7.00pm and Friday 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Girls U10s (Coach: Denis Sugrue)

Friday 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Girls U11s (Coach: Deirdre Hartnett)

Thursday 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Skills Session – Cost €2.00 per player

(Coaches: Goran Pantovic/Trae Pemberton)

Monday 4.45pm to 5.45pm (Boys)

Wednesday 4.45pm to 5.45pm (Girls)

Boys U12s (Coach: Cyril Wallace)

Wednesday 6.00pm to 7.00pm and Sunday 10.00am to 11.00am

Boys U14A (Coach: Tony Griffin)

Tuesday 7.00pm to 8.00pm & Sunday 1.00pm to 2.00pm

Boys U14B (Coaches: Liam O’Dowd/Mike O’Halloran)

Friday 7.00pm to 8.00pm & Sunday 11.00am to 12.00pm

Boys U14C (Coach: Nathan Roche/Pa Clifford)

Tuesday 8.00pm to 9.00pm & Sunday 12.00pm to 1.00p

Boys U16A (Coaches: Fergal O’Sullivan/Pa Carey)

Thursday 7.00pm to 8.00pm & Sunday 3.00pm to 4.00pm

Boys U16B (Coaches: Pa Carey/Charles O’Sullivan)

Wednesday 7.00pm to 8.00pm & Sunday 2.00pm to 3.00pm

U18s (Coaches: Ger Donnelly/Denis Sugrue/Donald Fok-Saeng)

Friday 8.00pm to 9.00pm & Sunday 7.00pm to 8.00pm

Senior Ladies

Monday 7.30pm to 8.30pm & Wednesday 8.00pm to 9.00pm

Senior Men

Monday 8.30pm to 9.30pm

Garvey’s Tralee Warriors

Thursday 8.00pm to 10.00pm

GARVEY’S TRALEE WARRIORS

Garvey’s Tralee Warriors have slipped to fourth on the Super League table after another disappointing display away to Griffith College Swords Thunder.

Following last week’s defeat at home to UCD Marian, the Warriors were keen to make amends for an indifferent performance last week but Swords Thunder, who were coming off the back of three straight defeats, were in no mood to allow their poor run of form to continue and after a tight opening quarter dictated the remaining three quarters to run out eventual winners by 88-59.

Next up for the Garvey’s Tralee Warriors is the visit of last season’s League champions Templeogue in what promises to be another evening of drama and excitement at the Tralee Sports Complex. Tip off as usual is at 8 o’clock and supporters are advised to get to the Complex early.

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