EABL Week 14 Round Up

It was an 11 game slate for Week 14 of the EABL, read on to find out how everyone got on.

North Sea Conference

There were no games in the North in Week 14.

North Sea Conference Standings.

All Midlands Conference

There were six teams in action in the Midlands, with the match-up of the week being a top of the table clash between Milton Keynes College and undefeated Charnwood College.

Led by Michael New’s 30 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists (which also saw him become the new EABL leading scorer), Milton Keynes College took down Charnwood 79-68 to grab a stranglehold on first place in the All Midlands Conference.

Despite losing their perfect record, Charnwood are still comfortably sitting in second place, at 6-1.

Elsewhere, Birmingham Met upset Gateway College, winning 78-71. It was just the second win of the season for the Birmingham side (2-6), as they sit in seventh place, whilst Gateway, now at 3-3, sit in third.

All Saints Academy got a comfortable win over Moulton College, 83-41, led by Eddie Brownell’s 25 points, improving to 4-3 in third place, whilst Moulton dropped to 1-6, second from bottom in the table.

All Midlands Conference Standings.

South East Conference

Barking Abbey moved into top place in the South East, with a crushing, 100-38 win over SEEVIC. They improved to 7-1 with the victory, getting 25 steals (8 from Malik Griffith-Johnson) to control the game from start to finish.

A triple double from Canterbury High School’s Tyler Russell saw Canterbury get a 73-70 win over County Upper. Russell finished the game with 30 points (10/22 from field), 10 rebounds and 10 assists, as Canterbury improved to 4-5 in sixth place.

Copleston High School defeated Hackney Community College, 77-67, in a game that went down to the last two minutes. Sam Newman had 26 points to lead Copleston, who improved to 5-3 in third place in the South East. Hackney fell to 3-5 in seventh.

The biggest surprise of the day was Northfleet Technology College getting a 68-60 win over Oaklands College, who suffered their third loss in their last four games after starting the season at 4-0.

Power forward Jono Hayward led the way for Northfleet with a 20 points and 13 rebound performance, while point guard Sam Bignell added 15 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists.

Oaklands fell to 5-3 in fourth place.

South East Conference Standings.

South West Conference

Itchen College climbed to second place in the South West, with a dominant 105-46 win over Aylesbury Grammar School. Elliot James had 20 points to lead Itchen (5-2), whilst Tom Sharpe had 14 points to lead AGS, who continue to look for their first win of the season.

Ivybridge Community College got back on track after beating BHASVIC by 11, 83-72. The win snapped a three game losing streak for Ivybridge, who are now 5-3 in third place. BHASVIC dropped to 3-5 in sixth.

The final game in the South West saw The Henley College pick up their first win of the season, beating EHWLC, 84-60.

EHWLC dropped to 4-4in fourth place  with the loss, as Henley improved to 1-4 in seventh place.

South West Conference Standings.

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

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