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Ní Chuinneagáin stars as Coláiste Ailigh win National Basketball title

Coláiste Ailigh defeated Laurel Hill 48-27 in the U19B Girls final of the Pinergy All-Ireland Schools Cup at the National Basketball Arena. The MVP went to Shannon Ní Chuinneagáin, who scored 33 points. Ní Chuinneagáin was recently named December’s MissQuote.ie Division 1 player of month playing for LYIT Donegal and she again showcased why she’s …

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FT Report: LYIT go down to UL

The LYIT went down by five points to University of Limerick in Round 2 of the Sigerson Cup on Tuesday afternoon. It finished UL 2-23 LYIT 3-15. Angelina Nugent reports for Highland Radio Sport from the Air Dome:

Spillane is now a Sligo player

Sligo have confirmed the addition of Pat Spillane Junior to their senior football panel. The Kerry native is eligible to play for Tony McEntee’s side as his mother hails from the Yeats County. Spillane plays his club football with St Jude’s in Dublin and is the son of the Kingdom legend of the same name.

Watch: Street skills with Finn Harps new signing Bastien Héry

Former Bohemians, Derry City, Limerick and Waterford midfielder Bastien Héry signed for Finn Harps on Friday. Last year, Peil Star came together with Héry to create “Un Ballon – A Street Football Film”. Bastien is Madagascar International (Malagasy) and his former football clubs also include Paris St. Germain (PSG), Carlisle United, Accrington Stanley, and Linfield. …

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