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Glanmire going for 5-in-a-row

Wednesday, 24th January, 2018 5:57pm

The match is set to be played in the National Basketball Arena with an action-packed schedule across the National Cup Finals weekend.

Other Cork representation includes Ballincollig who face Keane's SuperValu Killorglin in the President Cup Final while Fr Mathews face Meteors in the Senior Women's Cup.

The schedule of games will tip-off on Friday and will run throughout the weekend with the IWA Wheelchair Basketball final between Killester WBC and Ballybrack WBC getting proceedings underway.

This match will be followed by the women's Under 20 Final which will see Brunell face DCU Mercy while on Saturday Blue Demons will play BC Leixlip Zalgiris in the Men's National Cup Final.

Glanmire are up against DCU Mercy in the Under 18s National Cup Final while Neptune and Templeogue will do battle in the Under 18 Men's Final.

Friday 26 January

IWA Wheelchair Basketball Final, tip-off 6.30pm

Killester WBC vs Ballybrack

Under 20 Women’s National Cup Final, tip-off 8.30pm

Brunell vs DCU Mercy

Saturday 27 January

NICC Men’s National Cup final, tip-off 10am

Blue Demons vs BC Leixlip Zalgiris

Under 18 Women’s National Cup Final, tip-off 12pm

Glanmire vs DCU Mercy

Under 18 Men’s National Cup Final, tip-off 2pm

Neptune vs Templeogue

President’s Cup Final, tip-off 4pm

Ballincollig vs Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin

Pat Duffy National Cup Final, tip-off 8pm

UCD Marian vs Black Amber Templeogue

Sunday 28 January

Under 20 Men’s National Cup Final, tip-off 10am

Moycullen vs KUBS

NICC Women’s National Cup Final, tip-off 12pm

Killester v St Mary’s Castleisland

Senior Women’s Cup Final, tip-off 2pm

Fr Mathews vs Meteors

Women’s National Cup Final, tip-off 5.30pm

Ambassador UCC Glanmire vs DCU Mercy

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