Basketball NI Celebrates Exciting Semi-Final and Final Showdowns in the Men’s Cup, Women’s Cup, Men’s Plate, and Men’s Bowl

Basketball NI is thrilled to announce the results of the Men’s Cup, Women’s Cup, Men’s Plate, and Men’s Bowl Semi-Finals and Finals, which took place over the weekend at Queens PEC and La Salle College.

Basketball NI would like to send our most sincere thanks to all the loyal fans for travelling, hard working coaches for organising, referees and table officials for being available and patient and players for their endurance without all involved we wouldn’t have been able to create such a memorable weekend.

The Semi-Finals proved an exciting day on the court.

Men’s Cup: Omagh Thunder claimed victory over Ballymena BC with a score of 65-56, while Belfast Phoenix came out on top against Belfast Star with a score of 56-89.

Women’s Cup: Queens secured a victory against Tyrone Towers, ending with a score of 57-43. In Queens PEC, Belfast Phoenix emerged victorious against Belfast Star, with a final score of 73-41.

Men’s Plate: Tyrone Towers triumphed over Bangor City Warriors with a score of 71-66. UU Tigers 3 defeated North Star Warriors with a score of 78-66 sending them to a Bastketball NI Final for their first time in history with the loudest supporters of the weekend spurring them on.

Men’s Bowl: Lurgan Lakers fell short against Magherafelt Titans, with a final score of 42-50. Whilst Newry Fliers clinched a win against Mourne BC, with a final score of 51-48.

The Finals in La Salle showcased remarkable talent and determination amongst all teams that took to the court on Sunday.

Men’s Cup: Omagh Thunder faced tough competition from Belfast Phoenix, resulting in a score of 69-84 in favour of Belfast Phoenix. Dominic Lynn of Belfast Phoenix earned the MVP award.

Women’s Cup: Belfast Star secured a close victory against Queens BC with a score of 54-51. Ciara O’Neill of Belfast Star was awarded the MVP title.

Men’s Plate: UU Tigers 3 faced a formidable challenge from Tyrone Towers, with Tyrone Towers emerging victorious with a score of 61-70. Matt Óg McGleenan of Tyrone Towers earned the MVP award.

Men’s Bowl: Magherafelt Titans faced off against Newry Fliers, resulting in a victory for Newry Fliers with a score of 40-58 with 16 year old Lorcan Gallagher of Newry Fliers was named MVP.

Additionally, Basketball NI extends its well wishes for a speedy recovery to Paul Crawley of Newry Fliers.

With the conclusion of these thrilling matches, Basketball NI now shifts its focus to the Playoff Finals scheduled for the end of March. Fans can anticipate another weekend filled with intense basketball action as the top league teams vie for victory.

For more information and updates, please visit Basketball NI’s official website and social media channels.

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