EABL Week 11 Round Up

As with Week 10, it was a nine game slate in Week 11, read on to find out what happened.

North Sea Conference

There was a single game in the North this week, as Loreto College cruised past Bradford College 91-48. Led by Kingsley Nwagboso’s 25 points, Loreto got off to a fast start and never stopped to look back as they quickly showed their dominance on the court, both inside and outside.

Loreto hold on to top place in the NSC with the victory, at 4-1, whilst continue to look for their first win at 3-0.

North Sea Conference Standings.

All Midlands Conference

Two close games in the AMC in Week 11, with Charnwood remaining undefeated at 6-0 with a 64-55 victory over Birmingham Met.

Milton Keynes College remain on Charnwood’s tail in second place at 5-1, after taking down All Saints Academy 94-83. EABL second leading scorer, Michael New, had a 30 point outing in the win, which dropped All Saints to 3-3 in fourth place.

All Midlands Conference Standings.

South East Conference

It was another busy week in the SEC, with six teams taking to the floor, but the marquee match-up of the week was between Copleston High School and Barking Abbey.

It was Barking Abbey who came away with an 80-73 win, using a balanced team effort, whilst holding EABL leading scorer Luke Mascall-Wright to under 30 for the first time in weeks.

Abbey improved to 4-1 and climbed to third place, whilst Copleston dropped to 4-2, right behind them in fourth.

Despite a strong defensive performance from County Upper, they could not match it on the offensive end, as they went down 58-40 to Oaklands College. Oaklands are now tied with Harris Academy Beckenham for the best record in the league at 5-1, but remain in second place.

County Upper are now 4-3 in fifth place.

In the final game in the South East, Hackney overcame a triple double from Canterbury High School’s Tyler Russell, to register a 72-62 win.
Russell finished with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, but it wasn’t enough as 16 points for Mo Ali saw Hackney improve to 3-2 in sixth place.

Canterbury dropped to 2-5 in seventh.

South East Conference Standings.

South West Conference

SGS stayed perfect and in firm control of the South West, with an 88-51 win over the Henley College.

SGS started the game with a 30 to 8 first quarter score and led at halftime by 30. The second half was a formality as SGS extended its lead on its way to its sixth consecutive league victory, led by 17 points and 6 assists from Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye.

The Henley College dropped to 0-4, in seventh place.

Ivybridge Community College suffered just their second loss of the season, suffering a 76-65 loss at the hands of Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College. The two teams now are tied with the same record, at 4-2, in second and third place respectively.

The final game saw Itchen secure a 72-66 win over The Harefield Academy. Elliot Dadds had 13 points to lead Itchen, whilst Ruben Tatham-Nunn had 18 points to lead all scorers for Harefield.

Itchen are now 3-2 in fourth place, whilst Harefield dropped to 2-3.

South West Conference Standings.

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