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U18 Men finish second at Easter tournament - Apr 9, 2013


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Tyrell
Isaacs
England's U18 Men returned from the Holland Nordic Tournament over Easter with a second place finish under their belt after three wins over European opponents.

England started their campaign with a 55-40 victory over BC Ventspils of Latvia, thanks mainly to a 20-8 final quarter that broke open a close game. Dwayne Orija (193-SG-95) and Josh Mcswiggan led the scoring with 13 points each.

England suffered their only defeat of the group stage at the hands of Eisbaren Bremerhaven of Germany as they went down 56-49 after managing only 10 points in the final quarter. Orija again stood out with 17 points.

England saved their best performance for their only game against a fellow national team as they beat the Netherlands national U18 team 71-41 in their first game on day two. England led 19-10 after the opening quarter and added to the lead through the rest of the game. Tyrell Isaacs (183-PG-95) was in fine form with 31 points on 13 of 20 shooting.

The team qualified for the final by winning their last group game 73-54 over Gasterra Flames of Netherlands. Isaacs again impressed with 17 points as a 22-7 third quarter did the main damage.

The final proved to be a step too far for the squad as they were downed 80-71 in a hard fought contest against Sabonis Academy of Lithuania. Isaacs again had 17 points and Orija chipped in with 13.

Isaacs was named as the MVP of the tournament after contributing an average of 16.2 points per game. Orija was the team's second leading scorer with 11.2 points per game.
Courtesy of: http://www.englandbasketball.co.uk   




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Mariusz
Karol
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