Category: under 18 boys

FEATURESunder 18 boys

CBL PERFORMANCE COACH OF THE YEAR: AJ ROBERTS

Trust The Process. There were a lot of standout coaches this past season in the CBL, so awarding just one coach the Performance Coach Of The Year wasn’t easy.  Coach Rotimi and the Southwark Legends coaches all had stellar seasons in their bounce back into the CBL and should be recognised.  Also the coaching staff…

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U18 BOYS PLAYOFF PREVIEW

The under 18 CBL Playoffs move into the Final Four this weekend as the top teams in the division take a step closer to the division crown.  With action taking place at JFS on Sunday, we take a quick look at the match ups: (1) Brent Ballers vs (4) Access 2 Sports Time: 4pm – Date: Sunday, 21st…

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BRENT RUN RINGS AROUND RAMS TO REMAIN UNDEFEATED

Brent Ballers kept pace at the top of the U18 division with an unstoppable performance against the short-handed Wandsworth Rams, beating them by 15 points to win 24-9 on Sunday 29th January 2017. The Rams were without half of their team, due to travel difficulties with tube cancellations across the underground, however West London’s leading…

ACCESS2SPORTSCOHENELGAME REPORTSGAME REPORTSNEWSunder 18 boys

ACCESS2SPORTS COUNT OUT COHENEL BY ONE POINT

Access2Sports stung COHENEL Warriors by one point to finish 31-30 in what may have been one of the most competitive games of Sunday 8th January. Despite trailing behind for the majority of the game, A2S’s talented guard Samie Said came through in the clutch scoring 6 of his game high 15 points in the last…

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LAINEZ LEADS WOLVES IN WIN OVER SIXERS

The Wandsworth Wolves took a bite out of the Haringey Sixers when they triumphed 37-28 last Sunday. The game was exciting throughout as both teams found their rhythm early on and played great basketball to keep spectators entertained. Wolves’s John Lainez (12) had fun going against Haringey’s Jerome Blake (13), with both players putting on…

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BRENT BEAT A2S 45-39

Brent continued their fine run of form with a hard-fought win against Access2Sports in the U18 Division with both Kunal Magar (13) and Leon Prapashtica (12) finishing in double digits to give the West Londoners the 45-39 edge on Sunday 4th December 2016. The game was tight at first, but Magar and Prapashtica worked well…

GAME REPORTSHARINGEY HAWKSKENNINGTON GENERALSNEWSNORTHSOUTHunder 18 boys

CBL U18 CHAMPIONS KENNINGTON GENERALS SPARK MEMORABLE WIN

Sunday 26th June 2016 saw the Kennington Generals lift the U18 Championship trophy after they did everything in their power to deliver a memorable 57-49 win over the Haringey Hawks at CitySport Saddlers Sports Hall. The Haringey Hawks have been the team to beat all season long and proved why as they dominated the majority of the…

GAME REPORTSHARINGEY HAWKSNEWSNORTHSOUTHSOUTHWARK LEGENDSunder 18 boys

HARINGEY HAWKS SWOOP INTO U18 FINALS TO DEFEND THEIR TITLE

The Haringey Hawks are a deep and talented team who did well to overcome the quick and athletic Southwark Legends to win 55-28 and advance to the next stage of defending their title in the CBL Playoff Final. The start of the game was close as Southwark’s Peter Akinyede, Tarick Anderson and Lamin Dumbaya came…

BRENT BALLERSGAME REPORTSKENNINGTON GENERALSNEWSNORTHSOUTHunder 18 boys

KENNINGTON GENERALS ROCKET INTO THE CBL PLAYOFF FINAL

The Kennington Generals took home the convincing win of 49-29 over the Brent Ballers to advance to the Playoff Final where they’ll battle it out for the chance to win silverware as U18 Champions. Considering they were starting without their big man, Tremont Deigh, the Kennington Generals knew they had to move on the glass…

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WILL SOUTHWARK FINISH AS LEGENDS THIS SEASON?

The Southwark Legends took the lead in their game against the Ealing Phoenicians after finishing with a dominant 68-23 victory on Sunday 22nd May at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre. The Legends outplayed the Phoenicians and handed them a heavy loss to put their postseason to an end. No sooner had the game started…