EABL 2018-19 Season Preview

Heading into the sixth instalment of the Elite Academy Basketball League (EABL), we take a look at the teams that will battle it out throughout the 2018/19 season.

There are some new teams in the league, highlighted by 2017/18 ABL National Champions Alec Reed Academy, as this season sees 18 teams comprise the two conferences.

With key departures and intriguing freshmen galore, the EABL is in for an exciting year of play.

Northern Conference

Charnwood College

Charnwood College will be looking to make its mark on the EABL this season, having made the national championship game two years in a row, champions in 2016 and runners-up in 2017, the Riders programme fell at the Final 4 stage last year – to eventual national champions Barking Abbey.

Their 9-2 record in the West Conference was good for second place, so the Riders will be looking to go one better this year and catch Myerscough College for the Northern Conference.

Having lost 2017/18 stand-out performers Sesan Russell and Morgan Carter, the Riders will look to their returners to shoulder the load this season. Hosana Kitenge comes off a strong summer which included representing Great Britain Under 18 and a top five ranking at the Deng Top 50 Camp. Also looking to make a step up will be hot-shooting guards Joe Bielak and Blaize Sagna, alongside reigning NBL Division Three North MVP Niall Harris in the back-court.

New faces at the Riders include Kosovo junior international Leon Neziri who makes the move from Deng Academy, while also moving north from London is England Under 18 national team representative Moyo Adekeye out of Haringey Hawks. Also joining the Riders is exciting guard Greg Wild who joins the East Midlands side after a successful junior career so far at Manchester Magic.

Returning Head Coach Will Maynard is looking for the season getting underway, “Ecstatic to start off the new season with a great group of players. We have a great amount of talent this year, and are deep 1 through 12 which is always a positive. We have lots of work to do and a long way to go, hopefully we can progress through the competition and be playing our best basketball by the time play-offs come.”

Niall Harris, 6’3″ guard, added “I think we have a great bunch of guys this year, even at this point of our preseason , I can already see characteristics of a team that can achieve great things. We’re really beginning to bond and flow as a team and I’m looking forward to see how much we can accomplish the season.”

Team Profile.

Derby Trailblazers Academy

Derby Trailblazers Academy will hope to improve on their exit at the Elite 8 stage last season, as they exited in the first round of the playoffs for the sixth season in a row. A 6-6 record was good for third in the West Conference, but Derby will be buoyed by the fact that they were the only team to take a result off Myerscough College in the regular season – showing they were equipped to compete with the best in the league.

Departing the East Midlands programme is stand-out performer Leighton Elliot-Sewell, as the 6’4″ forward joins Polk State College in Florida, to ply his trade in NJCAA Division I. Meanwhile, look for a big step up in production from Charlie Brown and Luke Ptak, both attendees at the recent Deng Top 50 Camp who are now a part of the Trailblazers’ NBL Division One squad. Also joining the Trailblazers Academy is Blake Bowman, a talented freshman forward who will also be competing at the Division One level in the NBL.

Head Coach Matt Shaw spoke highly of the competition, saying “We are excited to get started again in the EABL and looking forward to another competitive schedule. Each year the league provides a great platform for our players to improve and also get exposure.”

Team Profile.

James Watt College

A solid first year in the EABL for James Watt College, following the programme’s cross-town move over from Bournville College, saw them narrowly miss out on post-season play, finishing fifth in the West Conference with a 5-7 record. Head Coach Nigel Hanson will hope the programme can build on this first season, where a couple more results going their way would have seen them into the Elite 8.

Roster information was not received at the time of writing; but look for returning guard Daniel Penkov to be one to watch this season. The 6’0” playmaker is likely to shoulder much of the load for James Watt College, alongside back-court partner Stoyan Georgiev. 6’5” forward Conor Lynch also returns after a successful last campaign which included an invite to the England Under 18 camp.

Team Profile.

Manchester Magic Academy

Another squad that underwent a rebrand this off-season is the Manchester Magic Academy, formerly Loreto Sixth Form College. The Magic squad will be buoyed by an improved 2017/18 campaign which saw them end a three-year playoff drought; a 6-5 record was good for fourth place in the West Conference, but a strong Barking Abbey squad were waiting in the Elite 8.

Losing both of their All-West Conference players will be a blow to the programme, as Michael Anumba heads stateside, while Arinze Emeka-Anyakwo makes a move down south to join Reading Rockets Academy for his senior year. Returning for his second year at the Magic Academy is former Wales junior international swingman Sion Gordon, who is joined by Adam Armitage, Nathaniel Klutz and Joe Hempsall.

The incoming freshman class for Magic is an exciting mix of talent, many of whom were members of the Manchester Magic Under 18 side that ended the 2017/18 season as NBL playoff champions. Dan Gargan, Saul May, Ty Jordan, Noah Tchifounga and Josh Grant are all graduates of the Magic Under 16 programme, while point guard Luke Gordos also makes the move up to the academy after an impressive summer leading the Wales Under 16s to a silver medal in the Division C European Championships. Exciting guard Malachi Boakye-Yiadom makes the move north to join the Magic from London Thunder Lewisham, after representing a summer where he represented the Great Britain Under 16s in Sarajevo.

Head Coach Peter Paraskeva is looking forward to working with this group, “We have a very exciting squad this year and I am looking forward to working with this young group over the next 2 years.”

Freshman guard Dan Gargan echoed Coach Paraskeva’s thoughts, “’The off-season has been tough, but we have a strong young team that are all ready and excited to start the new season.”

Team Profile.

Myerscough College

After finishing the 2017/18 season as runners-up to Barking Abbey in the national championship game, Myerscough College will be chomping at the bit to get going and go one step further in 2018/19. Head Coach Neal Hopkins, West Conference Coach of the Year, led his side to an 11-1 record in 2017/18, with Myerscough’s only loss coming on the road at Derby.

Departing the national championship runners-up are guards Konrad Kantorski, Rayon Brown and Tyrell Brown – a big chunk of production in the back-court to be replaced. Coach Hopkins will be hoping that returning guards Mate Okros and Callan Low can be instrumental in leading the team this year; after their stellar performances over the summer for the Great Britain Under 18s. There is help coming in the back-court however, as Corey Samuels and Ade Adeniran make the switch from SGS College and City of London Academy, respectively. In the front-court, Myerscough lose highly impactful centre Edoardo Del Cadia who heads stateside, but new recruits Sanmi Fajana, Amari Williams and Sam Keita are likely to become big contributors in the big Italian’s absence.

Looking ahead to the season, Coach Hopkins said, “We are looking forward to another season in the EABL and hopefully a competitive one at that – we have a great group of returning players as well as some exciting new prospects and we are excited about seeing everyone in action”.

Returning guard, and Scotland Commonwealth Games international, Callan Low echoed the eagerness about the year that is to come, “We are very excited about the season ahead, we have a great group of guys and can threaten from every position – it was disappointing to lose in the final last year so we definitely have a feel like we have a point to prove as we come into the new season”.

Team Profile.

Newcastle Eagles Academy

Representing the North East, Newcastle Eagles Academy are new boys in the EABL, as the BBL franchise now oversees the Under 19 programme. Followers of the ABL will be no stranger to Head Coach Ian Macleod, who led the Gateshead College side for the last few seasons. The move to create the Eagles Academy sees a number of familiar faces making the jump to EABL, from the ABL programmes at Gateshead College and Tyne Met College.

Key returners from the Tyne Met College programme includes Theo Riley, as the guard returns for his senior year. There will also be familiar faces in the locker room for Ian Macleod as 6’10” Jeremy Lievin and swingman Dan Ridley both join the Eagles Academy from Gateshead College. An extremely exciting recruit for the Eagles is Tosan Evbuomwan. The 6’7” forward joins the programme after an impressive summer which saw him represent the Great Britain Under 18s in the Division A European Championships, and end the summer ranked #8 at the 2018 edition of the Deng Top 50 Camp. Joining Evbuomwan as incoming freshmen for the Eagles are 6’7” forward Joe Moore and 6’4” forward Sauveur Kande.

Play-caller Ian Macleod is excited about the changes to come, “Our first year in EABL and in our new facility. This is a huge challenge for players, staff and organisation alike, and it is a challenge we have needed.” Macleod added, “I am looking forward to the new era of basketball in Newcastle, the EABL and DiSE will be a huge part of that!”

Freshman forward Tosan Evbuomwan echoed his coach’s thoughts about joining the EABL, “I’m looking forward to competing against some of the top players and teams in the country, and I am looking forward to challenging and pushing myself farther than ever before.”

Team Profile.

SGS College

An improved 2017/18 season saw SGS College finish 4-8 for sixth in the West Conference, just a couple of wins outside of a spot in the post-season. AJ Edu was a stud for the South West side throughout the campaign, but this off-season saw the two-time All-West Conference Team player and 2018 West Conference Defensive Player of the Year depart for to join the University of Toledo Rockets. Another loss for SGS is losing starting point guard Corey Samuels, as he makes the switch to Myerscough to complete his EABL career.

Having lost the two bigger names that put SGS on the map last season, the Bristol-based squad come into the 2018/19 campaign as relative unknowns. There is a return for former Wales junior international Cai Thomas, while a couple of players make the move from Under 16 Dynamik National Schools runners-up Bristol Met Academy, including dynamic guard Yusuf Hafid. Shouldering much of the load inside, as the only player listed over 6’2”, will be second year centre Sam Chigbo. The 6’7” big man is entering his fourth year in the game and shows massive potential around the basket, so SGS will hope that working with Edu last season helped his game progress. Chigbo looked ahead to the season, saying “I’m excited about the challenge ahead for myself and my teammates. We’re working hard to be the best we can be and can’t wait to test ourselves against some great teams.”

A new team can be tough for a coach, but Chris Bourne is up for the challenge, saying “I’m really looking forward to working with this new and exciting group of players and growing together as the season progresses.”

Team Profile.

The Sheffield College

Also newcomers to the EABL Northern Conference are The Sheffield College, the new representatives flying the flag for Yorkshire following the departure of Allerton High School, who drop down to the ABL. After several years plying their trade in the ABL, Sheffield player-caller Brad Connor will hope his squad acclimatise quickly to the intense level of competition in the EABL.

An unknown quantity to the established EABL programme, Sheffield may surprise some people this year with their young roster. The only senior on the team is Harrison Bell, as the 6’1” guard makes the move from Myerscough to complete his EABL career back in his home region. Coach Connor is excited by the potential of returning back-court pairing Alex Lycoudis and Anton Palmer; while there is also plenty of new faces in side, including 6’4” forward Reyad West.

West is up for the challenge as Sheffield step up to the EABL level, saying “It’s great to be part of The Sheffield College basketball program and I’m looking forward to playing in the EABL and am excited to test myself against some of the best players in the country.”

Coach Brad Connor expects the tough competition to be a real development opportunity, as he explained “It’s a very exciting time for The Sheffield College as it’s our first season in the EABL and we look forward to the challenge of competing against some of the best academies in the UK. We have a young squad, mainly first years so the focus will be on the development of each player and growing as a team as the season progresses. The players have had a good pre-season and we can’t wait to get started.”

Team Profile.

 

Southern Conference

Alec Reed Academy

The first of the two new teams in the EABL Southern Conference is 2018 ABL national champions Alec Reed Academy. The West London side narrowly missed out on securing the ABL Central Conference title in the 2017/18 regular season, but then turned it on in the playoffs, defeating Stoke-on-Trent College in the national championship game at the Morningside Arena Leicester. Head Coach Daniel Szatkowski will be looking for his players to quickly embrace life in a tough EABL Southern Conference.

Roster information was not received at the time of writing from the EABL newcomers, but expect returning guard, and reigning ABL Central Conference Player of the Year, Afra Khalil to be a vital piece as Coach Szatkowski figures out his game-plan to compete the top level of Under 19 basketball.

Team Profile.

Barking Abbey School

Barking Abbey set the standard for EABL basketball in 2017/18, as they took home both the East Conference title and were crowned national champions, defeating Myerscough College in the final. Having gone back-to-back, winning the 2017 and 2018 national championships, the target is well and truly on the East London squad’s back as they head into 2018/19.

A busy summer for Barking coaches Lloyd Gardner and James Vear has seen them don Great Britain colours on the side-line of the European Championships at Under 20 Men and Under 16 Men’s level respectively. Both coaches will be hoping that this summer of exposure to the European game will stand them in good stead as they prepare for a shot at three-peating as national champions.

With a large class of departing players from the national championship winning team, Barking Abbey have their work cut out replacing some big contributions – none more so than Caleb Fuller, who picked up the Finals MVP award, and has headed out to the pacific coast to join the UC Davis Aggies. Also departing after stellar EABL careers at Barking are Andre Lavinier, Pierce Maslen, Alex Ferguson, Micah Savery-Richards, Daniel Delgado, Kelechi Azusu and Scotland Commonwealth Games representative Sean Nealon-Lino who leaves for the Fresno Pacific Sunbirds in California.

A major boost for Barking is the return of starting guard and 2018 East Conference Defensive Player of the Year Ade Adebayo, who finished his summer ranked #5 at the Deng Top 50 Camp. The top 20 rankings at the end of Deng Camp 2018 were littered with Barking Abbey players as big man Theo Hughes ranked at #4, just above his clubmate Adebayo, while Nathaniel Powell ended camp at #12, with Robin Bedford sneaking into the top 20 at #19.

Not often does a programme have four returning players rank top 20 at the Deng Top 50 Camp and then go on to add two more, but Barking have been able to do just that. #13 ranked Chris Feeney joins the East London programme after spending a season at CB L’Hospitalet in Spain, with the Scottish guard bolstering the back-court with his international experience, having represented Great Britain U16s and U18s over the past two seasons. Finally, in one of the biggest moves of the summer, 2018 East Conference Player of the Year Jonathan Brown, who ranked #6 at Deng Camp, makes the move from Canterbury High School to spend his senior year in the capital.

Lloyd Gardner is happy to be going up against the best once again, “The EABL is always a good league for us to participate; we look forward to another competitive year.”

Returning 6’4” forward Jonathan St Hilare is hoping to emulate the programmes previous achievements, “I’m looking forward to the season and I’m excited to play with this team.  The EABL is always a great competition and we will be hoping to replicate the success of the previous Barking Abbey teams.”

Team Profile.

BHASVIC

The drought continued for BHASVIC in 2017/18, as the South coast side went 0-14 for the second consecutive season, now having only picked up one win in three seasons and not making the post-season since 2013.

Head Coach James Quinto heads into the season without his top performers from last season, Enoch Quarcoo and Naz McLoughlin. The Brighton-based outfit will be looking to returning guard Alfie Preece to run the show, supported by a return from 6’3” forward Mike Merritt. Manning the inside again will be second year 6’7” centre Pilot Tam. Meanwhile, new faces to the program include 6’0” guards Lewis Jee and Ben Curran, while 6’3” forward Finn Sweeting-Young will also be joining the squad.

Coach Quinto, who will be ably supported by Tom Ward and Zaire Taylor, members of Worthing Thunder’s NBL Division Playoff Champion side from a season ago, is hoping for an improved campaign, saying “We are looking forward to another year in the EABL. We’ve had a good preseason so far and we are showing signs of improvement already.”

Coach Quinto continued, “We have a young squad who are very hungry to prove their worth in this league, along with some returners who provide us with that leadership they inherited from last season.” We know how much work we need to put in, in order for our fortunes to turn this year and we are making big strides to make that happen. I expect us to be an even tougher team than last year and I know we will definitely play the right way on both ends of the floor even more this year.”

Team Profile.

Canterbury High School

The Kent-based side had one of their most successful seasons to date last year, as they finished second in the East Conference with a 9-4 record, before defeating Derby College/Noel Baker School in the Elite 8. Canterbury fell at the Final Four stage on the road at eventual national championship runners-up Myerscough College.

Losing many of their starters and key contributors from a season ago, this rebuild year will be a challenge for new Head Coach Adam Davies as Canterbury look to remain competitive in a tough Southern Conference. Jonathan Brown has made the switch to Barking Abbey to complete his EABL career, while there are moves stateside for multiple seniors from last campaign. Elliot Bailey joins Carlton University in Canada, while Tyrese Walters-Lawrence and Daniel Beard head to Bryant & Stratton College and Barstow Community College, respectively. Dynamic forward Tunde Oyerinde also departs the programme and will be another big loss.

Coach Davies will have to rely on the returning services of Milo Gordon, as the 6’5” swingman impressed scouts at this summer’s Deng Top 50 Camp. Also returning are the hot-shooting Chester Morrell and point guard Jonathan Fakile. Meanwhile, bolstering the Canterbury squad will be Joshua Moore and Emmanuel Sesay, both making the step up to EABL after previous representing Crusaders partner institution Northfleet Technology College in the ABL. Moore, a powerful 6’1” guard, averaged 15.2 points and 12.9 rebounds per game last season for Northfleet, so Coach Davies will be hoping for more of the same as he completes his senior year. Sesay, a 5’10” guard, is formerly off London Greenhouse Pioneers but has been with the Crusaders at Northfleet for a number of years.

As Coach Davies takes over from previous Head Coach Jesse Sazant, reigning Eastern Conference Coach of the Year, he says “I am really looking forward to my first season as head coach in the EABL. We have a great group of players who work hard, want to get better and are fun to be around. We are very lucky to have an amazing staff supporting the players and improving the programme on a daily basis.”

Team Profile.

City of London Academy

In what was billed as more of a rebuilding year in 2017/18, City of London Academy (CoLA) put together a good season, finishing fourth in the East Conference with an 8-5 record. The Central London squad were then knocked out in the Elite 8 at the hands of Myerscough College.

Departing the CoLA programme are Ade Adeniran and Sam Keita – who both make a move north to join Myerscough College. Meanwhile, big man Peter Turay heads to the South coast to join Itchen College for his senior year. Returning talent includes swingman Patrick Lanipekun, a 6’5” slasher with a great feel for the game, having impressed at the Deng Top 50 Camp. Louis Norton-Cuffy also makes a return, as the 5’10” guard also attended Deng Camp and impressed scouts with his tenacity on the defensive end. New faces to the programme that excite Head Coach Sterling Muschett include guards Emeke Udema, Tyreese Garrod and Oscar Leigh-Hales, joined by 6’3” wing William White.

Coach Muschett himself looked ahead to the season, saying “The key for us this season is to be consistent on both ends of the floor. Playing in the EABL consistency can’t be overlooked otherwise you will be punished.”

Lanipekun, who will be looked to as a leader entering his senior year, said “We’re all excited for this season and looking forward to seeing one another step up. Our main priorities will be to hold one another accountable on both ends of the floor and surprise the league.”

Team Profile.

Copleston High School

A tough 2017/18 season for Copleston High School saw them finish seventh in the East Conference with a 3-10 record. The Suffolk-based squad endured a difficult rebuilding year after a number of departures, but Head Coach Nick Drane will be enthusiastic to get going with a new look squad this year.

Losing Wales international big man Jonny Hall who departs to Colarado State Pueblo (NCAA D2) is a blow for the Ipswich basketball academy, but Coach Drane will be hoping for big things from Ben Winter, who steps up to take the captaincy this year after a summer which saw him rank #15 at the Deng Top 50 Camp, whilst winning the camp three-point shooting contest.

After a year in Italy with Stella Azzura, Veron Eze returns to his home-town team to further his studies and performance at Copleston. The highly regarded 6’4” guard has represented the Great Britain Under 16s over the past two summers and will likely be a focal point of the squad’s offense alongside back-court running mate Winter. Replacing Hall in the paint is 6’9” forward Ethan Price, a member of the England Under 17 squad, and a long-time representative of Ipswich Basketball Club.

Captain and starting guard Ben Winter looks ahead to the season, “I can’t wait to get started with this team. Last season we had to dig deep, and we learned so much about playing at this level, but this season we have so much depth and talent that it’s going to be great”.

Play-caller Nick Drane added, “Last year was a transitional year for our programme. Although it was a low finish for us, we threw a number of young guys in the deep end and they really got a lot out of that experience. I believe we have the best recruitment class we have ever had in our ten years this year.” Drane continued, “It’s going to be a really exciting season and I am looking forward to seeing how these guys develop”.

Team Profile.

Itchen College

After losing their core heading into the 2017/18 season, Itchen College were unable to continue their form of challenging for a conference title, but were able to grab the last playoff spot in the East Conference as they finished third with a 8-5 record, but were knocked out in the Elite 8.

Departing the South coast programme are Bazsi Dorman, Lewis Gale, Rhys Bain and Aaron Berida, while star big man Ashley Briggs heads stateside to join the Lake Region State College Royals in North Dakota. Returning to Itchen is former Wales Under 16 international Jasper Ladd, who will be joined by Alex Grant and Matt Hughes, who impressed scouts at the annual Deng Top 50 Camp.

Key new recruits heading to Hampshire are Peter Turay, who joins Itchen from Southern Conference competitors City of London Academy, and Jeremey Sochan, as the forward who hails from Milton Keynes Trojans had an eventful summer representing the Poland U16s at the Division B European Championships in Sarajevo. Turay and Sochan will be joined by fellow newcomers to Itchen; Jake Watson, Titas Zydelis and Rhus Sundimalt.

Head Coach Matt Guymon is feeling optimistic looking ahead, “With 5 senior players departing from last season, we knew it would be a big task to fill the void. I am happy with our new recruits, which include a number of our home-grown players, which will give us the depth we haven’t had the last few seasons.” Guymon continued, “Pre-season has been positive and I think we have a group that are committed to playing together in what will be a highly competitive EABL Southern Conference.”

Heading into his senior year, 6’5” forward Matt Hughes is confident, “We have been working hard this offseason and can’t wait to get started. I think we have a great balance to our team, which should give us a lot of options at both ends of the court.”

Team Profile.

John Madejski Academy

After bringing in Great Britain U18 Head Coach Alan Keane last season, the Reading Rockets Academy at JMA finished the regular season with a 7-7 record, good for fifth in the Southern Conference, narrowly missing out on post-season action. Having had a full season with the Rockets since his move from Lampton School, Coach Keane now makes the step up to NBL Division One Head Coach, alongside his responsibilities with the academy.

Departing the programme after stellar campaigns are Iñigo Perez Baena, Matthew Armstrong and Alex Drincic; leaving a big gap to fill in production. Matthew Marsh also departs the Berkshire programme, having signed a two-year deal with FB Barcelona’s academy. Adrian Nosa Castillo returns to carry much of the load again, after an impressive performance at the Deng Top 50 Camp saw him ranked #9. Joining Nosa for another year with the Rockets are David Obediah and Asher Ndah, who both made the England Under 18 long-list in 2017.

Notable additions to the Reading programme are three international calibre players, headlined by Arinze Emeka-Anyakwo who joins the Rockets from Manchester Magic for his senior year in the EABL. Emeka-Anyakwo will also be joined by 6’2” guard David Chive and 6’8” forward Sam Grant, who have represented the Great Britain U16s in 2017 and 2018, respectively.

Coach Keane is eager to get started, “The new season brings many opportunities to do all things better. With many new players and a lot of planning throughout the off-season, we are excited at JMA to get things underway.”

The new recruit making the move south, Emeka-Anyakwo added, “This being my first season with JMA, I’m looking forward to growing with the team every day and I’m excited to see what we can accomplish this season with a great group of guys and coaching staff.”

Team Profile.

Oaklands College

The playoff drought extended to four years for Oaklands College, after an improved but up-and-down 2017/18 campaign saw them finish with a 6-8 record in sixth place in the East Conference. The Hertfordshire-based programme will be hoping that their next set of recruits will be able to spur them on to a winning record and their second playoff berth in their history.

Updated roster information was not received at the time of writing, however, Oaklands will be without graduated guard Wesley Moore who will be attended the University of Essex and competing in NBL Division One for Essex Leopards. Meanwhile, explosive 6’5” Jordan-Reece George has also completed his studies at the Hertfordshire programme. Much of the load may fall on returning guard Jose Morais, as the quick 6’0” point guard leads a senior class heading into the 2018/19 campaign.

Team Profile.

SEEVIC College

SEEVIC College rejoin the EABL after a number of seasons plying their trade in the ABL, hoping for greater success than their last spell competing at this level. Their best campaign dates back to 2010/11, where they lost out to Loreto Sixth Form College in the national championship final. SEEVIC narrowly missed out on a spot in the post-season last year, as the Essex-based side finished fifth in the ABL Eastern Conference, with a 4-6 record.

Departing the programme after their final campaign with SEEVIC last season are Jack Andrews and Connor Andrews. Coach Ross Norfolk is looking forward to the contributions of returning back-court partnership Zayaam Ali and Tendo Meseorisa as they step up to EABL level. Meanwhile, new to the programme are guards Kobbi Banks and James Oldham, joined by 6’6” forward Harry Gent.

Coach Norfolk is up for the challenge of the step back up to the EABL, saying “Entering the EABL is a big step for the programme and it’s where we want to be. We have had a solid preseason and we are looking forward to competing against the best institutions in the country.”

Team Profile.

 

The 2018-19 EABL season begins on Wednesday 26 September. Keep up to date with the EABL all season long on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.

 

Full rosters will be updated shortly on the team profile pages, so keep your eyes on the EABL to find out who will be suiting up this season. 

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