Latest News
  1. U13 Boys Win Lampe Challenge in Stockholm
  2. Blue Demons Golf Classic In Monkstown On Friday 15th June 2018
  3. U13’s Win CCB Top 4
  4. End of Season Awards & U13 Top 4 Final
  5. U13s Finish League Season & U14 finish in Top 4 of AICC

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8 May 2018
U13’s Win CCB Top 4

Blue Demons U13 boys closed out the CCB season tonight with victory in the U13 Top 4 final against Ballincollig. It was a very good finish to the season with both teams playing excellent basketball with very little to separate the teams in the first half with Demons holding a narrow lead (26-23). Demons upped…

2 April 2018
U17s reach semi finals of Billy Kelly Tournament

Blue Demons U17’s did us proud over the weekend after reaching the semi final of the very prestigious U17 Billy Kelly tournament. Coached by Shane Coughlan and Tim O’Halloran, Demons started nervously but managed to start with a win with a last second 3 pointer against a dogged Limerick Lions(42-40). Demons played Waterford Vikings next…

U12 Top 4 Winners 2017
26 May 2017
Top 4 finals update

Blue Demons juvenile boys competed in 4 Top 4 finals over the last couple weeks. Our U16A’s wrapped up their season with a victory over Ballincollig after a very close game where our lads came back from 10 points down to win a good battle. This completed our lads who completed the clean sweep of U16A trophies…

24 April 2017
U16 Boys Finish 3rd in AICC

Blue Demons U16A boys gave it their best shot over the weekend in the U16A AICC. The AICC are a straight knock competition so the pressure was on from the start early on Saturday morning. Demons played Titans of Galway in their first pool game and won 54-28 after a very good performance. In the…

15 April 2017
U17’s make it to Billy Kelly Semi Final

Blue Demons U17 Boys did themselves proud over the past couple of days as they exceeded all expectations by making it to the prestigious Billy Kelly U17 Tournament semi final in what was a very exciting tournament. Our lads started with a hard fought win against Fr. Mathews (46-41). Next up were a very fancied Dublin…