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Wheelchair basketball feast set for Athlone

Thursday, 27th March, 2014 7:30pm
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Wheelchair basketball feast set for Athlone
Wheelchair basketball feast set for Athlone

THE Marist College, Athlone will be the venue for the final round of fixtures in this year’s Irish Wheelchair Basketball League on Saturday.

The action begins in the Marist when the host club, Shannonside Steelers, take on South East Swifts at 10am, to be followed by the meeting of Limerick Scorpions and Father Matthew’s (midday). The game of the day could well be the meeting of Killester and Dundalk Ravens at 2pm, while the local Shannonside Steelers will also play South East Swifts later in the day at 6pm.

All supporters are welcome on the day to attend this exciting event in local sport. There are a total of six games on the day, with Clonaslee and Titans Wheelers also taking part.  

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