EABL Week 20 Round Up

It was an action packed week in Week 20 of the EABL, with one team remaining perfect, and another big top of the table clash in the South East Conference.

North Sea Conference

In the North, Tyne Met got their second consecutive blowout win, dominating Childwall Sports College, 134-26 at home.

Second year Alex Parr led the charge, finishing with 31 points, 17 rebounds and 5 assists as Tyne Met moved one game above .500 (6-5) in third place in the table.

The other game saw league leaders, Myerscough, dismantle Bradford 91-15, behind 25 points and 8 rebounds from Trevor Samuels.

Myerscough improved to 7-1 on the season.

North Sea Conference Standings.

All Midlands Conference

Charnwood improved to 9-1 to tie Milton Keynes College with the top record in the conference after beating TCAT, 64-51.

Thomas Yome led Charnwood with 18 points, as they will look to take the top spot next week when they face Moulton.

Gateway College continue to make a late push for a playoff spot as they beat All Saints Academy, 56-45.

The win saw Gateway improve to 4-6, one spot behind All Saints Academy in fourth place at 5-5.

All Midlands Conference Standings.

South East Conference

The much anticipated top of the table clash between Barking Abbey and Harris Academy Beckenham, saw Harris get their second win this season over BA, escaping 53-49.

Harris were led by England Under-18, Kavell Bigby-Williams, who put in a dominant 22 point, 23 rebound and 11 block performance, as the South London side withheld a last minute run from BA to try and steal the victory.

It was Harris’ tenth straight win as they moved to the top spot in the table.

Copleston High School are comfortably in the playoff positions in third place after beating Northfleet Tech, 85-65.

Copleston were led by the usual suspects, with 27 points from Luke Mascall Wright and 17 from Sam Newman, as they overcame a 24 point, 20 rebound double double form Northfleet’s Jono Hayward. Northfleet fell to 2-12.

Oaklands College are in fourth place (7-4) after getting a single point victory over Hackney Community College. Hackney missed a chance at the free throw line to send the game to overtime with 0.7 seconds left, giving Oaklands the win, behind 19 points from Jordan Daniels.

Hackney, at 6-6, are just outside the playoff spots but have everything to play for over the remaining weeks of the season.

The final game in the South East saw County Upper rout SEEVIC, 113-75, to improve to 5-7 on the season.

SEEVIC remain winless at 0-13 sitting at the bottom of the table.

South East Conference Standings.

South West Conference

SGS College kept their perfect record intact, winning their eleventh straight game, 72-56, over Ivybridge Community College.

Behind the duo of Tamas Okros (22 points, 10 rebounds) and Dwayne Lautiger-Ogunleye (14 points, 14 rebounds and 6 assists), SGS continued their stranglehold on first place, dropping Ivybridge to 6-5 in third place.

Itchen got a slim, 59-56, win over BHASVIC, as they sit in second place behind SGS.

South West Conference Standings.

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