Familiarity breeds conflict for Ireland’s basketball cup final

UCD Marian and Templeogue face off in the Irish men’s cup basketball cup final on Saturday night. Emmet Ryan caught up with key players from both sides ahead of the clash of two fierce Dublin rivals

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
26th January, 2018
Jason Killeen of Templeogue and Scott Kinevane of UCD Marian, whose teams are both still in the title race.

Jason Killeen’s seen this all before. On Saturday night the Templeogue big man plays in his fourth cup final and second with his current outfit. He knows both sides of the coin, winning one and losing another with UL Eagles before playing a pivotal role as his current side won their first cup title in 2016.

“It’s funny, you never know when your last cup final is going to be. Last year we got...

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