Belfast Giants have signed former NHL defenceman Matt Pelech for next season. The 31-year-old Canadian, who played for Calgary Flames and San Jose Sharks in the NHL, joins the Giants from EBEL.
Belfast Star coach Adrian Fulton could not hide how gutted he was after Star exited the National Cup at the quarter-finals stage, going down 78-63 to Eanna in De La Salle College.
American-born guard Mathew Jackson arrives from Belfast Star while Manchester product Josh McGinn returns to the UK after a season in Italy at Cestistica. Ryan Gallagher has experience of the BBL from Cheshire Jets but Walsh concedes that with imports yet to arrive, he will be relying on unproven talent. “The team we will be putting on the floor will be young and hungry since we want to.
Belfast Star wonderkid Christopher Fulton (172-PG-02), recently named the All-Ireland Superleague Young Player of the Year, is set to take the next step to a career in pro basketball with a move to the prestigious Winchendon School in Boston. The 18-year-old admits that winning the All-Ireland Superleague title helped him decide that the time was right to make a move to the States.
High school basketball: Seniors will showcase skills in all-star games, one matchup moved. James Johnson. Democrat and Chronicle. The high school basketball season is not quite over for some of.
Jesse Boyce (5) Guard - 2017-18 G-B-G Career Stats 2017-2018 Freshman Year Made the team as a walk-on. Played in three games. Made his collegiate debut.
In the Men’s Super League, one of the big clashes of the weekend sees the meeting of Garvey’s Tralee Warriors and Belfast Star in Kerry on Saturday evening. Warriors come into the game off the back of a one-point loss against UCD Marian in the opening round, while Belfast Star took home a memorable overtime win against Griffith College Templeogue at home last weekend. Elsewhere, Abbey Seal.
Find a Sports Star. Find a Sports Star is a free talent search initiative supporting sport’s governing body in affording quality training opportunities to new upcoming talent across a variety of sports. The initiative is supported by GLL (Better Brand) who have day to day operational management of Belfast Leisure Centres and is open to young people aged 6 - 16 in selected age group sports.