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 1. Leicester R. 27-6 
 2. Newcastle E. 23-10 
 3. Glasgow Rocks 21-12 
 4. Sheffield S. 20-13 
 5. Worcester W. 20-13 
 6. London Lions 18-15 
 7. Bristol AF 16-17 
 8. Surrey S. 15-18 
 9. Plymouth R. 14-19 
 10. Cheshire P. 11-22 
 11. Leeds Force 8-26 
 12. Manchester G. 5-28 
NBL D1 Standings
 1. Northumbria 23-3 
 2. Manchester M. 21-5 
 3. Reading R. 20-6 
 4. Derby T. 16-10 
 5. Loughborough 15-11 
 6. Solent K. 15-11 
 7. Bradford D. 14-12 
 8. Hemel Storm 13-13 
 9. Leicester W. 11-15 
 10. London Lituanica 11-15 
 11. Lancashire S 7-19 
 12. Worthing T. 7-19 
 13. Essex L. 6-20 
 14. Westminster W. 2-24 
NBL D2 Standings
 1. Kent C. 19-3 
 2. Team Newcastle U. 19-3 
 3. Thames Valley C. 18-4 
 4. Ipswich T. 12-10 
 5. London W. 11-11 
 6. Nottingham H. 10-12 
 7. Tees Valley M. 9-13 
 8. Derbyshire A. 8-14 
 9. London GP 8-14 
 10. Liverpool 7-15 
 11. Doncaster DE 6-16 
 12. Newham N. 5-17 
NBL D3 Standings
 1. Team Birmingham 17-3 
 2. Charnwood R. 16-4 
 3. Chester 16-4 
 4. Stoke-on-Trent K. 14-5 
 5. Birmingham M. 11-9 
 6. Myerscough 9-11 
 7. Worcester W.2 9-11 
 8. Sheffield S. 2 8-12 
 9. Coventry T. 7-13 
 10. Mansfield G. 2-18 
 11. Sefton Stars 0-19 
 1. Middlesex LTBC 15-3 
 2. Sussex B. 13-5 
 3. Solent 12-5 
 4. Brunel 11-7 
 5. Cardiff MA 10-8 
 6. Southwark P. 9-8 
 7. Greenwich T. 8-10 
 8. Northants T. 5-13 
 9. Oxford 5-13 
 10. Thames Valley C. 2 1-17 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 21
 1. DiNunno, Cheshire.21.0 
 2. Fletcher, Newcastl.20.8 
 3. Sanders, Leeds F.19.3 
 4. Dixon, Plymouth R.18.9 
 5. Hassan, London L.18.6 
 6. Brown, Cheshire P.18.3 
 7. Grady, Plymouth R.18.2 
 8. Walker, Worceste.18.0 
 9. Parks, Newcastl.17.5 
 10. Cosby, Bristol AF17.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 Maurice WALKER
  Avg: 9.5
 1. Walker, Worceste.9.5 
 2. Wroblicky, Sheffiel.8.8 
 3. Hassan, London L.8.5 
 4. Marsden, Leeds F.8.3 
 5. Brown, Cheshire P.8.1 
 6. Williams, Surrey S.8.0 
 7. Achara, Glasgow .7.9 
 8. King, Leicester R.7.8 
 9. Rollins, Surrey S.7.7 
 10. Grady, Plymouth R.7.7 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 6.7
 1. Fletcher, Newcastl.6.7 
 2. Taylor, London L.6.2 
 3. Klassen, Worceste.6.2 
 4. Wilcher, Cheshire P.6.0 
 5. Clark, Leicester R.5.8 
 6. Davis, Sheffield S.5.6 
 7. Ali, Bristol AF5.6 
 8. Carter, Plymouth.5.3 
 9. DiNunno, Cheshire.5.2 
 10. Sandoval, Leeds F.4.9 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.9
 1. DiNunno, Cheshire.2.9 
 2. Taylor, London L.2.1 
 3. Ali, Bristol AF2.1 
 4. Nicholas, Plymouth R.2.1 
 5. Carter, Plymouth.2.1 
 6. Sandoval, Leeds F.1.9 
 7. Neighbour, Surrey S.1.9 
 8. Anderson, Cheshire.1.9 
 9. Bernardini, Leiceste.1.8 
 10. Kennedy, Worceste.1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Kieron ACHARA
  Glasgow .
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Achara, Glasgow .1.8 
 2. May-Thompson, Cheshire.1.5 
 3. Webster, Manchest.1.4 
 4. Martin, Newcastl.1.1 
 5. Allen-Jordan, Cheshire.0.9 
 6. Grady, Plymouth R.0.9 
 7. Thomas, Glasgow .0.9 
 8. Smith, Bristol AF0.9 
 9. Dixon, Plymouth R.0.9 
 10. Brown, Cheshire P.0.8 

BBL Round Up Fri 22 March - Mar 23, 2013

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Mike Tuck
After four games on Friday night the Newcastle Eagles maintained their hopes of retaining the BBL Championship and wins for the Surrey Heat and Marjon Plymouth Raiders saw them join the Glasgow Rocks on 18 wins in third place.

The Eagles survived a late comeback to win the North East derby against the Durham Wildcats by 96-92 at Sports Central. Six players scored more than 20 points as Charles Smith led the way with 27 and 10 rebounds, supported by Darius Defoe's 24 points and 11 boards; Keith Page scored 26 in vain for the Wildcats.

They had far the better of the first half as they ended the first quarter with 9 of the last 11 points and scored 12 in a row to end the second quarter sparked by Smith's three-pointer and including 5 for Anthony Martin, with only Brad Guinane's late three-pointer pegging them back to 54-40 at the half.

And the game looked to be won as they opened the fourth quarter with an early 8-0 tear. The score was 93-75 heading in to the last five minutes when the Wildcats came storming all the way back to get to within one possession: their run was 17-1 over a four and a half minute period with Page adding another 6 as Ralph Bucci's 'and-one' play made the score 94-92 with 10 seconds to play. But Joe Chapman kept his team's Championship hopes alive as he made 2/2 at the free-throw line to settle the game.

Elsewhere, the Sharks made it four wins in a row in the month of March, and a second highly impressive victory of this week, as they beat the Worcester Wolves 78-73. The Wolves brought a seven game winning streak into this one, having been unbeaten in two months and unbeaten on the road since 5 January.

In an amazing game, the Sharks produced perhaps their best half of the season in the first, but the Wolves almost matched that in the second to send the game right down to the wire. The Sharks posted a dominant 25-5 run in the first quarter as Mike Tuck (201-F-83, college: Loyola, MD) scored 9 early points and they sank 8/8 free-throws late in the period to lead 31-17, the Wolves recovering to score 8 points in the final minute. And they stretched that lead as Nick Lewis and Andrew Bridge hit three-pointers in the second to help the score out to 50-27.

But that all changed dramatically in the third quarter. The visitors, fresh out of the changing room, set about narrowing the gap with a 12-1 push as Alex Owumi hit five points and Sherrad Prezzie-Blue and Kai Williams added three-pointers to make the score 53-39. Babalola settled the Sharks, but not for long as the Wolves rattled off another 11 straight points in what became a spell that nearly matched Sheffield's first half efforts: 23-3 over an eight minute period to make the score 55-50 on Carlos Fernandez's basket.

The Sharks settled the ship and still led 74-67 with a minute to play in the game. From there, Arnas Kazlauskas led Worcester's last stand with a three-pointer, matched by Owumi with 12 seconds left after they forced a turnover, making it a one-point game at 74-73 with 12 seconds left. Nick Lewis held his nerve at the line for the Sharks to sink 2/2 before both Prezzie-Blue and Kazlauskas had opportunities to tie the game from beyond the arc; after the second miss Tuck snatched the rebound and, fittingly, settled the game with the last two free-throws.

Things were more comfortable for the Marjon Plymouth Raiders and Surrey Heat. The Raiders, led by 26 points from Javarris Barnett, used a massive 31-6 second quarter to overcome the Mersey Tigers by 93-79, giving themselves enough of a cushion to withstand a late fightback. The Heat put on a dominant second half display to rout the Cheshire Phoenix 108-89, bouncing back from consecutive league defeats. Travis Holmes led the Heat with 30 points and 9 assists, supported by 22 points and 8 rebounds from Sam Cricelli.

Bristol Flyers hand Goodwin a pro contract - 2 days ago
Bristol Flyers can confirm the signing of 6ft 5in American guard Rohndell Goodwin(196-G) on a one-year deal. The 26-year-old joins the club from Chaminade University of Honolulu, where last season he was third in the Pacific West Conference in scoring at 20.5 points per game on his way to first team all-conference honours. Goodwin cracked double-digit scoring in all 29 games in 2016/17, scoring over 20 points 17 times, including a career-high 31 points against Hawai'i Pacific in Decembe...   [read more]

Karol takes coaching reins at Lions - 2 days ago
The London Lions have turned to Polish coach, Mariusz Karol to lead the team in the 2017-18 season. Following the news that Nigel Lloyd has stepped down, Lions have moved quickly to acquire Karol who worked with the club three years ago on a year's sabbatical in the UK. With vast experience, the 51-year-old Karol started his career in women's basketball winning the Polish League with Gdynia Warta in 1996. Then moving on to the men, Karol has experience with a number of clubs in the Prem...   [read more]

Steve Butler
Mohawks drop out - 3 days ago
There was a notable absence from the NBL line-up when Basketball England released next season's divisional line-ups on Tuesday. Former powerhouse Tees Valley Mohawks will not be running a senior NBL side in the 2017/18, concentrating on youth basketball with the possibility of moving their youngsters into Division Four North in the future. Coach Steve Steve Butler said that, while player commitment was an issue, the costs of national travel to play at Division Two level just wasn't...   [read more]

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