Fancy stepping up your game to the next level? There will be two male Irish National League teams from Ulster competing in the Irish National League next season and both are looking for new players. The Ulster Elks will be the only National League side from Basketball Northern Ireland and Donegal Town are also entering a new men’s team.
Ulster Elks, with the support of the University of Ulster Sports Union, have entered Irish National League Division one. All players (current / or new) wanting to be considered for the squad are asked to please inform Deirdre Brennan at email@example.com of their GENUINE interest. Please watch this Facebook page for further information on final trial and pre-season information.
Donegal Town basketball club men’s squad have taken the decision to try and follow their ladies team and progress the club by also entering the Irish National League. Donegal Town will be coached by the experienced Bill Collins and are looking for any players that would be interested in trying out for the squad.
The Donegal Town Ladies team will be returning for a second season in the national league and are also looking for any new players that may be interested as they look to improve form their first season competing in the Irish National League. The Donegal Ladies side have already made two new signings in young Letterkenny Blaze players Aisling and Clodagh Brennan. Both players will be key additions to the squad for the 2012-13 season and the club is delighted to have them on board. If you are interested in trying out for the Donegal Town ladies or men’s squad you can be contact TCC via email or our contact page and we will put you in touch with the coaches or why not visit their website by clicking here.