|Belfast Phoenix Rockets|
|Griffith College Templeogue|
|St. Paul’s Killarney|
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|Week 1||North Conference|
|17.10.2020||LYIT Donegal||Phoenix Rockets|
|17.10.2020||Griffith College Templeogue||Swords Thunder|
|Week 1||South Conference|
|16.10.2020||Limerick Sport Huskies||NUIG Mystics|
|17.10.2020||St. Paul’s Killarney||Tipperary Knights|
|17.10.2020||Portlaoise Panthers||Limerick Celtics|
Basketball Ireland continued with the two Conference system for the National League Women’s Division 1 (Level 2) for the 2020-21 season, with five teams in the North Conference and six in the South.
Division 1 North consists of newcomers LYIT Donegal (Letterkenny IT), alongside Belfast Phoenix Rockets, Swords Thunder, Griffith College Templeogue, and Ulster University.
Division 1 South contains two Limerick sides, Limerick Celtics and UL Huskies, NUIG Mystics from Galway, Portlaoise Panthers (Laois), Tipperary Knights and Kerry side St. Paul’s Killarney.
Teams are to play each team in their own Conference twice and teams in the other Conference once, meaning a 15-game schedule in the North Conference and 16-game schedule in the South Conference.
The top three teams in each Conference qualify for the playoffs, with each of the Conference winners seeded directly into the Semi-Finals.
 Basketball Ireland (2019) Basketball Ireland Logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.basketballireland.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/extralogo.png [Accessed 13 August 2019]
 Basketball Ireland (2019) Conference system confirmed for Womens Division 1 [Internet] Available from: https://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/10064577/conference-system-confirmed-for-womens-division-1/ [Accessed 20 July 2020]
 Basketball Ireland (2020)2020/2021 Super League and Division One Fixtures Released [Internet] Available from: basketballireland.ie/news-detail/10067145/202021-super-league-and-division-one-fixtures-released/ [Accessed 10 October 2020]
Thanks to Ann Hanley, Killester.
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