Game Day Recap – Week 5

After another exciting game day in the EABL, week 5 is now a wrap. Let’s take a quick look at how all the games played out.

In the big game of the day, Myerscough beat Charnwood 105 – 93 to remain unbeaten at 4-0. Leading by nine at the half, Myerscough were able to stretch their advantage as the game wore on before eventually securing a valuable 3 points. Bradley Kaboza top scored for Myerscough on 26 points, Blaize Sagna had 20 for the Riders.

SGS College also grabbed a win, beating Sheffield College 99-72. Nassim Ladjimi top scored for the hosts with a game high 21 as Tom Morey had 16 points for Sheffield.

James Watt College showed no signs of rust after a break in their schedule, beating Manchester Magic Academy 64 – 55 in the North West.

John Madejski Academy ensured that Itchen’s winless start to the season would continue a little longer as they beat the South coast side 85 – 67. Guard David Chive enjoyed 27 points for JMA as Taiga Forster top scored for Itchen with 23.

16 points from Veron Eze helped Barking to a comfortable 98 – 61 victory over Copleston. Ben Winter had a game high 25 in reply for Copleston, but it wouldn’t be enough to hand BA a first loss on the season.

Canterbury Academy kept their unbeaten record intact as well as they cruised past BHASVIC 113 – 52. Coach Davies side enjoyed contributions from across their roster, with Jonathan Fakile eventually top scoring with 21.

Finally, City of London Academy beat Oaklands College 72-63. Current EABL Player of the Week Oscar Leigh-Hales and Oaklands’ Toby Gastaldi-Davies would both score 19 points, though it was CoLA that earned the W.

We’ll have our full reports on all those games tomorrow afternoon.

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