St. Mary’s Club Players Dressed to Look their Best by Divanes

Stan and Denis Divane, Divanes Kerry at Saturday’s presentation of gear to St. Mary’s Basketball Club with club members from left: Declan Cahill, Séamus Brosnan, captain; Nathan Nolan, Declan Culhane and Dónal McCarthy.
At Divanes Kerry for the presentation of gear were: Dónal McCarthy, Declan Cahill, Stan Divane, Fiona Cahill, Nathan Nolan, Séamus Brosnan (captain), Neilus Lyons, Declan Culhane and Maurice Casey, coach.

This year St. Mary’s club entered a team in the Basketball Ireland Development League (BIDL) and they had their inaugural game away to Portlaoise Panthers last November where they came home from the Laois venue with a 70-57 win.

Since then they have played a further four games, winning three of them, and they are nicely poised near the top of Conference 1 in the BIDL with an away fixture to come against Cork kingpins Fr. Matthew’s this Saturday.

With such a busy schedule you need to look your best whilst representing your club, and when some of the club executives asked Divanes Kerry of Killarney Road fame to help them out – they had no hesitation in doing so.

Dressed by Divanes

St.Mary’s club secretary Fiona Cahill was full of praise for Divanes as the company celebrates a 70 year association with Killarney Road and the motor industry this year.

“We’re delighted, and on behalf of the club we’d like to express our gratitude to Divanes for their generous sponsorship of new gear for our men’s basketball team,” said Fiona.

“The commitment shown by Divanes is more than just a sponsorship; it’s an investment in the success and growth of our team and we look forward to making the most of this partnership,” she said.

Good luck to the team on the road and on the court on Saturday.

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