Ireland booked their place in the final of the FIBA U18 Women's European Championships Division B this evening as they beat Poland 68-57 at the National Basketball Arena.
Tom O'Mahony's side came off the back of a five-point victory over Israel on Friday night and maintained their unbeaten run in the competition this evening.
They make history by becoming the first underage Irish basketball team to reach the final of a FIBA European Championships.
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Unreal stuff, well done girls 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/NM5xES9DDi
— Kieran Donaghy (@starryboy14) August 12, 2017
Not a seat in the house. Brilliant team performance by ireland. Never lost composure even with only minimum in it. Great atmosphere 2 🇮🇪💪👍 pic.twitter.com/OJsFofoIzU
— Anthony Moyles (@moylesiea) August 12, 2017
— Mimi Clarke (@Mimi_Clarke) August 12, 2017
Ireland are in a European Championship basketball final. Wonder when that will sink in. Best ever Irish basketball team story pic.twitter.com/LFsqwWB7i2
— Conor Meany (@conormeany) August 12, 2017
— Chris mcnairney (@c_mcnairney) August 12, 2017
Ireland will face Germany in tomorrow's final.