Lisburn take top spot in women’s league

Lisburn defeat Tyrone Towers on the road and in doing so are now top of the BNI women’s league.

The Courtside Collective caught up with Susie Dick, Lisburn Basketball Club, and Leona Gallagher, Tyrone Towers to find out more about the game.

Susie Dick

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Leona Gallagher

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It’s difficult to call which team will finish the season with the women’s league title. The top 3 teams in the league (Lisburn, QUB and Towers) have exchanged points with each other throughout the first half of the season.

Towers have a strong inside presence with Eva McCrory and Leona Gallagher. Lisburn are arguably the deepest team with four Superleague players but they have an obvious weakness in the post. Queen’s University Belfast boast quality guards in Aisling Murray and Ciara O’Neill but their lack of depth has proved costly in close games.

Who is the best player in the women’s league? Which team do you think will come out on top come the end of the season?

 

 


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