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Myerscough College Spinners vs NBL Men

Myerscough College Spinners vs NBL Men

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Details

Date Time League Season
12/11/2017 2:00 pm NBL Division 3 North 2017/18

Results

TeamTPOutcome
Myerscough College96Win
Chester MBB NBL53Loss

Myerscough College

PTS REB AST STL BLK 2PM 2PA 2P% 3PM 3PA 3P% FTM FTA FT% OFF DEF TO PF
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Chester MBB NBL

# Player PTS REB AST STL BLK 2PM 2PA 2P% 3PM 3PA 3P% FTM FTA FT% OFF DEF TO PF
4Joseph Etherington000000000000000000
6Phil Kelly-Brandreth000000000000000000
10Ebehireme Dave Omole000000000000000000
12DT000000000000000000
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Recap

Myerscough College vs University of Chester

Basketball England Division 3 Mens

12th November 2017

The University of Chester National League Basketball Team returned to action following the postponement of the fixture with Worcester Wolves II the week prior. Chester again came into the game with a host of injuries, Rich McNutt, Connor Murtagh, Adam Askey-Yourell, Paul Kelly and James Strong all missing the fixture. The one bright spot was the return of Niel Gillard who was able to sit on the end of the bench in this game, his first appearance since early April.

Myerscough sensed the opposition’s weakness straight out of the blocks, pressing Chester as soon as they gained possession forcing turnover after turnover as the players on court for UoC struggled to cope with the tempo set by the home side. The first quarter finished with a huge lead for the hosts, 33-12 and the gap would only increase as the game went on.

Del Cadia and Low were particularly impressive for the home side scoring 15 points a piece but consistently driving their team on. Gillard made his appearance off the bench, managing around 8 minutes as his strives for fitness ahead of a punishing January schedule for Chester.

In order to cement the head to head, Myerscough never let up throughout the 4 quarters even though the result was never really in doubt from the tip, eventually running out 43 point winners with the final score of 96-53.

Chester will hope to have more bodies back next week when they face fellow promotion hopefuls Sheffield Hallam Sharks at the Downes Sports Hall. This result leaves them with an unwanted 3-3 record and little room for error moving forward.

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Myerscough College

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