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  • Singleton takes Chester helm
    I know the club well I ve also got good back up from Mike Burton who is one of the most forward thinking minds in British sport and a master basketball strategist in Paul Smith I just want us to be as successful as we possibly can and to maintain what we have built over the last few years Some silverware would also be great after the recent success the club has had The American veteran has played four seasons for the Jets in all his first spell being between 1995 97 with his return coming in 2003 Last year he held an assistant coaching role at the club He first played in the UK in 1990 with Queens Belfast and has also had stints with the Scottish Rocks and Thames Valley He has 11 seasons worth of playing experience in the BBL and last season averaged nearly 21 minutes per game scoring 7 80 points off 54 67 floor shooting and pulling down 4 48 rebounds per game Having already started recruiting the Jets are understood to have agreed terms with centre Calvin Davis However Trey Moore is expected to depart despite his lead role in guiding the side

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/che050807.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Guildford heat up BBL
    Guildford Pirates in Guildford before moving to Bracknell to become the Thames Valley Tigers The switch will bring the British Basketball League back to Guildford for the first time since the demise of the Guildford Kings ten years ago New Heat Chairman and avid basketball fan Mike Davies was instrumental in bringing the Heat to Spectrum after negotiations to take over the running of the Tigers franchise proved futile when owner John Nike withdrew from talks He commented I have been very impressed with the set up here at Guildford and I am looking forward to a long and successful relationship We are hoping that we can be as successful on the court as off it The team have set their stall out by aiming for a Playoff Place but with the improved facilities for players and spectators at Spectrum they might even pickup some silverware along the way Spectrum General Manager Peter Gunn is delighted to welcome professional basketball back to the town It is such a positive step for Spectrum and Guildford to have another professional sport in the town The club will be getting involved in the community with coaching initiatives and holiday camps visiting local schools

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/gui050719.html (2016-05-02)
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  • BBL Schedule 2004-05
    Brighton Friday 10 Newcastle 73 68 Plymouth Saturday 11 Birmingham 78 101 Newcastle London 81 75 Chester Thames Valley 86 84 Milton Keynes BBL Trophy Brighton 95 55 Plymouth Leicester 73 77 Sheffield Sunday 12 Sheffield 88 70 Birmingham BBL Trophy Chester 110 67 Leicester Milton Keynes 94 95 London OT Scottish Rocks 117 75 Teesside Saturday 11 Birmingham 78 101 Newcastle London 81 75 Chester Thames Valley 86 84 Milton Keynes BBL Trophy Brighton 95 55 Plymouth Leicester 73 77 Sheffield Sunday 12 Sheffield 88 70 Birmingham BBL Trophy Chester 110 67 Leicester Milton Keynes 94 95 London OT Scottish Rocks 117 75 Teesside Wednesday 15 BBL Trophy London T 80 69 Milton K Friday 17 Thames V 81 89 Sheffield Brighton 92 82 Scottish Rocks Saturday 18 Leicester 81 86 Milton Keynes BBL Trophy London 86 72 Birmingham Plymouth 84 81 Thames Valley Teesside 55 95 Newcastle Sunday 19 Chester 94 91 Scottish R Sheffield 84 88 Brighton Bears BBL Trophy Birmingham 108 84 Milton Keynes Tuesday 21 Thames Valley 78 70 Plymouth Thursday 23 BBL Trophy Newcastle 110 84 Teesside Tuesday 28 Milton Keynes 80 104 Chester Wednesday 29 BBL Trophy Plymouth 74 82 Brighton Thursday 30 Newcastle 75 68 Brighton Sunday 2 January 2005 Brighton 88 51 Leicester Chester 107 65 Birmingham Scottish Rocks 91 93 Milton K Sheffield 77 83 Newcastle Friday 7 Newcastle 97 86 Milton Keynes Saturday 8 Leicester 78 98 Chester London 85 78 Plymouth Thames Valley 84 94 Brighton Sunday 9 Chester Jets 91 79 Thames Valley Milton Keynes 87 92 Leicester Plymouth 92 80 Newcastle Scottish Rocks 102 73 Birmingham Sheffield 81 67 London Thursday 13 Sheffield 86 77 Milton Keynes Friday 14 Newcastle 93 76 Thames Valley Saturday 15 Birmingham 91 103 Sheffield Leicester 76 95 Newcastle Plymouth 84 99 Chester Sunday 16 BBL Cup Final NIA Birmingham Brighton 90 74 Scottish Rocks Wednesday 19 London 110 91 Leicester Milton Keynes 85 76 Birmingham Friday 21 Newcastle 113 90 Scottish Rocks Thames Valley 100 80 Sheffield Saturday 22 BBL Trophy Semi Finals Brighton 87 84 London Chester 87 92 Newcastle OT MetroRadio Arena Newcastle Sunday 23 Chester 116 85 Birmingham Milton Keynes 84 76 Brighton Plymouth 72 82 Thames Valley Scottish Rocks 80 74 London Sheffield 94 79 Leicester Friday 28 Milton K 68 87 Thames V Saturday 29 Birmingham 69 67 Milton Keynes Brighton 77 70 Plymouth Leicester 90 123 Chester Thames Valley 90 102 London Sunday 30 Brighton 82 77 Birmingham Chester 111 99 Newcastle Plymouth 70 80 London Scottish R 78 79 Sheffield Thursday 3 February Sheffield 80 90 Brighton Thames 70 69 Plymouth Friday 4 Milton Keynes 78 101 Scottish R Newcastle 109 103 London 2OT Saturday 5 Birmingham 75 109 Newcastle Brighton 85 87 Chester Leicester 99 95 Thames Valley London 80 77 Scottish Rocks Plymouth 64 74 Sheffield Sunday 6 Chester 95 85 Milton K Plymouth 68 64 Leicester Friday 11 Newcastle 101 74 Leicester Saturday 12 Birmingham 67 95 Plymouth Brighton 80

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/blfixlist05.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Britball.com: Ireland Men - Index
    2001 Germany 85 79 Ireland 24 October 2001 Ireland 76 78 Croatia 28 October 2001 Ireland 75 68 Macedonia 20 November 2002 Ireland 71 80 Germany 23 November 2002 Croatia 87 69 Ireland 27 November 2002 Macedonia 83 72 Ireland 22 February 2003 Ireland 104 99 Cyprus 2OT 25 February 2003 Bosnia 94 77 Ireland 2003 Group Standings Pos Team P W L Pts 1 Germany 10 9 1 19

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/irelandmenindex.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Burke sticks with Eire despite Suns deal
    Magic three years ago However he has committed to play for the national team ahead of the Suns training camp including the tie at the National Basketball Arena on September 3 against Malta The Irish side returned home yesterday from a five day training camp in Long Branch New Jersey and coach Gerry Fitzpatrick announced his squad upon their arrival Squad Jay Laranaga co captain Dan Callahan co captain Marty

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/irelandmen050804.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Demons, UL have season's final say
    O Reilly on the buzzer put the score at 45 51 at half time in favour of the Tigers Demons came back fighting in the third and scored four three pointers thanks to Coughlan O Reilly and Pope They had a huge quarter defensively despite getting into foul trouble as Worley picked up his fourth Tralee only scored 10 points but is was Demons rebounding that kept them in touch and in the remaining two minutes took back the lead 63 62 thanks to O Reilly and the quarter ended 65 62 Shane Coughlan opened the final quarter with a three pointer to set Demons on their way as they raced into a 70 62 lead early in the fourth Demons maintained their tough defence despite Glen Worley being on the bench for the first half of the quarter and the Tigers failed to score for the first three minutes Coughlan hit another three to put the score at 73 67 meanwhile Tralee had only scored four points from play Chris Craig was struggling in this quarter after a fall in the third where he seemed to have picked up an injury With 3 55 on the clock the score was 77 67 and Coughlan was fouled out which left O Hea on the line shooting two he scored one With 2 20 on the clock Quirke missed a crucial lay up and two from the line followed by two missed free throws from O Hea that may have been the turning point for them In the remaining minute Tralee in an effort to stop the clock continued to foul Demons and Pope was on the line four times shooting two which he scored an incredible 8 from 8 Despite a three from Craig and another from O Hea Tralee could not catch the winning Demons and the game eventually finished on a scoreline of 91 81 and Demons were crowned deserving winners for the first time since 1989 MVP Patrick Pope Demons Top Scorers Demons G Worley 22 P Pope 21 D Matacz 14 Tigers L O Hea 34 R Smallwood 20 C Craig 7 Senior Women s Final UL Aughinish 90 47 DART Killester 55 24 They say that revenge is a dish best served chilled and the women of UL Aughinish have waited since January to exact their revenge on a DART Killester team who not only ended their two year unbeaten run but who also relieved them of their National Cup title And so to the Women s SuperLeague Final in the Mardyke Arena where a fired up UL finally got the chance to get their own back on Killester UL Aughinish were really fired up and opened the game with a three pointer from Dearbhla Breen and a basket from Neassa O Keefe While Bromfield and Aspell were also on the scoreboard for UL scores from White Pierce and Luke for DART Killester kept the game tight 9 8 to UL with four minutes gone

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/ibafinals05.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Irish Cup Finals 2005
    Tigers in 49 42 in front at half time The third quarter opened with a three from Craig and Vincent s hit back through Tonkovich With three minutes gone Tigers stretched the lead to seven but then Roma St Vincent s then went through a purple patch cleaning up on rebounds at both ends of the courts During this time Tigers failed to score from play for almost six minutes with Vincent s hitting baskets through Tonkovich Emmet and David Donnelly and a three from Madsen to give them a 63 60 lead Yet again Tigers replied through Craig and Quirke scored on the buzzer to give them a one point lead at the end of the quarter 64 63 The final quarter saw Smallwood open the scoring again When Tonkovich picked up his fourth foul with two minutes gone things looked ominous for the Dubliners Craig leading his team magnificently scored two from the line followed by a three pointer and then he stole the ball to set Kieran Donaghy up for another three pointer and Tigers were on their way leading 76 67 with six minutes to go Another three from Craig followed by three baskets from Smallwood saw them extend the lead further and despite scores from Madsen there was no way back for Roma St Vincent s Chris Craig appropriately sealed the game for Tigers with three from four on the line and his team deservedly won 90 81 to send the Kerry contingent home delirious NATIONAL CUP WOMEN S FINAL UL Aughinish 54 Nessa O Keefe 16 Michelle Aspell Dearbhla Breen 13 DART Killester 57 Catriona White 13 Suzanne Maguire 10 DART Killester sensationally won the Women s National Cup in the National Basketball Arena beating champions UL Aughinish 57 54 and ending the holders

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/irishcup05-final.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Ireland: 2004-05 Schedule
    Killester Saturday 9 Neptune 102 111 Limerick Star v11 74 Hoops UCD Marian 92 95 UCC Demons Waterford 99 107 Ballina Tigers 97 72 St Vincents Sunday 10 Gleneagle Lakers 90 98 St Vincents Limerick 88 80 Waterford Friday 29 MDS Star 81 75 St Vincent s Saturday 30 UCD 112 83 Shamrock Rovers Ballina 84 111 Killester Waterford 89 78 Neptune Abr bara Tigers 111 104 Gleneagle Lakers Limerick

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