EABL Week 10 Round Up

It was a nine game Wednesday in Week 10 of the EABL, read on to find out what happened.

North Sea Conference

There was a single game in the North this week, as Myerscough took down Tyne Met 72-67.  A decisive 6-2 run in the fourth quarter by Myerscough proved crucial as they hung onto the lead, despite 25 points from Tyne Met’s Eddie Matthew.

Despite the loss, Tyne Met sit atop the North Sea Conference at 3-2, with Myerscough in fifth at 2-1.

North Sea Conference Standings.

All Midlands Conference

Two games in the AMC in Week 10, both of which were lopsided victories.

All Saints Academy cruised past TCAT 96-48, to improve to 3-2, whilst Charnwood remained as one of only two undefeated teams in the entire EABL, with a 77-57 win over Derby College/Noel Baker School.

Charnwood are now 5-0 at the top of the league, with this summer’s FIBA U16 European Championship Division C MVP,  Timothy Fava, finishing with 20 points and 16 rebounds whilst second year Emmanuel Burton poured in 16 points to go along with 10 assists.

All Midlands Conference Standings.

South East Conference

Eight of the nine teams in the SEC took to the court on Wednesday, with previous league leaders Oaklands losing their perfect record in spectacular fashion, with a 78-48 defeat at the hands of Copleston High School.

EABL scoring leader Luke Mascall-Wright continued his dominance of the South East Conference this season, dropping 32 points on a variety of mid and long range jumpshots, to hold on to his place in the league leaders.

Copleston are now 4-1 and jumped to second place in the league table.

Harris Academy Beckenham took down Canterbury High School 76-68, to win their fourth consecutive game and move to the top of the conference at 5-1. EABL rebounding leader Kavell Bigby-Williams finished with 24 points and 15 rebounds, whilst assist leader Myles Laurent-Smart added 20 and 12 assists. Tyler Russell’s 28 points was in vain.

Barking Abbey got past Hackney, 77-60, to improve to 4-1. It was BA’s Malik Griffith-Johnson who proved instrumental in the game, finishing with 13 points on 5/5 field goals, along with 3 assists and 5 steals. Hackney dropped to 2-2 in sixth place, one spot below BA.

County Upper moved to 4-2 in third place in the SEC, with a 75-65 win over Northfleet Technology College, who dropped to 1-6 in eighth place. Toby Andrews had 21 points for County Upper, whilst  Sam Bignell led the way for Northfleet with 20 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists

South East Conference Standings.

South West Conference

SGS remain the only other team that is undefeated in the EABL, after an 84-71 win over The Harefield Academy. The Harefield Academy had no answers for SGS, who had one triple double from Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye, and two more double doubles as they shot the lights out on their way to 5-0.

Elsewhere, EHWLC came away with an 83-68 victory over BHASVIC to climb to third place in the South West Conference, behind 24 points from Kevaun McKenzie.

South West Conference Standings.

Catch up with all the statistical leaders in the EABL here.

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