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Want to Learn to Play Basketball?
Jan 6, 2014, 1:41 pm

Want to Learn to Play Basketball?

 

The JBBA are running Sessions for Girls and Boys

Aged 8-15 on Sunday Mornings starting

Sunday 4th May 2014
For 11 Weeks
Cost £38.50

Venue - Oakfield Sports Hall 

First session 9am-10am 8-11 yrs
12-15yrs Beginner 10am-11am
12-15yrs Intermediate 11am -12pm

For more information please contact

Stuart Gilmour
Junior Basketball Development
E-Mail SCG111@Hotmail.com
Tel 615966   07797729568


Hot Stuff Basketball League: Celtics 54 – 48 Juniors
Mar 26, 2013, 11:57 am

Juniors were hosting Celtics at Langford on Monday evening for the last time this season for the Hot Stuff Basketball League. Juniors had a full team and went into the game setting a high tempo, which shorthanded Celtics had trouble following. Juniors were 10-2 up 5 minutes into first quarter. Duncan Prince led the Celtics recovery in offense and by the end of the quarter Celtics were in front 16-15.

 

The second quarter saw both teams tightening their defences and going hard to the basket, with the Juniors winning the quarter taking the score to 28-26 to their favour at half time.

 

A strong start by Juniors in the 3rd with a 11-1 run brought them up 39-27, taking advantage of a string 1-3-1 zone defence. At that point Prince went to work again for Celtics scoring 8 points and balancing the game. The Juniors were up 42-39 at the end of the quarter.

 

In the 4th Celtics attacked the Juniors’ zone with strong inside game, posting up Prince and giving him good looks around the basket. Celtics won the game 54-48.

 

Prince scored 27 and Tareq Hadad added 11 for Celtics. Chris Radzimski scored 14 and Jake Michel 11 for Juniors.

 

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Hot Stuff Basketball League: Axle 57 – 49 Juniors
Mar 25, 2013, 3:33 pm

In tonight’s contest, we saw Champions and Leaders of Hot Stuff Basketball League Axle taking on Jersey U-21 team who were highly concentrated to win the game.

 

The 1st quarter started off with respect to both teams. Axle was to score first with Guillaume Hoareau (26pts) making the pair of free throws. Juniors got on the offence right back with Chris Radzimski (13pts) and Jake Michel (20pts) getting an early lead. Strong rebounding by the Axle team and controlled offence by Juniors made the game interesting with Axle taking the lead 15-14 by the end of 1st quarter.

 

The 2nd Quarter started the same as previous quarter with both teams going back and forth, Juniors got the first points in the quarter, but thanks to Hoareau (8pts in the quarter), Axle pulled out a 4 point lead with the 1st half ending 27-23 for Axle.

 

The 2nd half started with quick offensive plays by Juniors who scored 2 consecutive baskets. A timeout call got Axle motivated and Pawel Zalewski (12pts) lead Axle to 44-37 by the end of the 3rd Quarter.

 

The beginning of 4th quarter saw Axle pull out a 16 point lead against Juniors which seemed to have finished the game off. Juniors came back with 8 points, but it was not enough to catch Axle and the game ended 57-49 to the champions, Axle.

 

The Hot Stuff Basketball League is sponsored by Hot Stuff Pizza


Division 2: Warriors 51 – 33 Allsorts
Mar 22, 2013, 10:01 am

The game started off at a fast pace and was toughly contested by both teams.  Only towards the end of the quarter did the Warriors open up a lead with some great drives from Stefanski, jump shots by Cullinan and powerful baseline moves by Saenz. 17- 6 to Warriors. 

 

The second quarter saw both teams trading baskets either end with speedy drives from Sette for the Allsorts and strong moves from Harvey for the Warriors.  25- 10 to Warriors. 

 

Into the third quarter and the Warriors continued to put on the pressure adding more and more points, whilst the Allsorts worked hard to put some more points of their own on the board.  37- 17 to the Warriors.

 

In the last quarter the Allsorts really picked up the intensity as the Warriors started to look a little tired.  Niemec for the Allsorts took advantage with some great shots and rebounds, whilst also being helped by Sobere and Syddall.  They almost reduced the lead to less than 10 points, but it was a little too late unfortunately for them as the Warriors called a time out to sort out their tactics in the last five minutes.  Lockdown defence and some fast breaks at the end restored a larger Warriors lead.  Final score Warriors 51 – Allsorts 33.

 


Division 3: CPA 41-36 Ladies
Mar 22, 2013, 10:00 am

CPA Global returned last night to face a strong Ladies squad. It ended with a CPA win (41-36) but not without some serious competition from the ever improving Ladies side.

 

The first quarter started with the Ladies opening the scoring, but was returned by CPA with a 12 point run. Despite some impressive defence from the Ladies, the first quarter finished with CPA taking a 6 point lead.

 

This continued through quarters two and three, with both teams matched on points scored in the end of the 2nd and 3rd quarters with CPA struggling to maintain their 6 point lead gained in the first. Some great play from Emma White (Ladies) and Chris Robbins (CPA) kept the game in close battle.

 

Top scorers of the night Annika Engelbrecht (Ladies) and Fred Rud (CPA) kept the game tight to the end. During the last quarter the Ladies faced some unfortunate turnovers, but still managed to outscore CPA by one point bringing the final point difference to 5, only narrowly missing the opportunity to take the game from CPA.


Hot Stuff Basketball League: Celtics 71-60 E-Scape Vipers
Mar 21, 2013, 11:37 am

E-Scape started the stronger of the 2 teams in the Hot Stuff Basketball League game vs Celtics. Offence was the theme of the first quarter with both teams trading baskets, but E-Scape’s intensity and good ball movement prevailed taking a 15-9 lead into the second period.

 

Phil Marshall started strong for E-Scape, opening with 4 straight points. Strong inside play from Greg Ruellen kept Celtics close. A 6-0 point run for Celtics meant the gap was closed to 4 points at the end of the half.

 

E-Scape made a point to avoid there usual 3rd quarter blues, by moving the ball well. Andy Barretto’s nimble footwork and hook shots kept E-Scape scoring. E-Scape started to tire, and first to suffer was their defence. Point guard Tareq Haddad took full advantage, scoring 10 points in the quarter and propelling the Celtics to a 2 point lead heading into the final quarter.

 

At the beginning of the 4th, James Reed tried to take control for E-Scape, scoring 4 points in the opening minutes, tying the game up at 52 each. Celtics then took a 2 point lead through Bob Gouzinis and took a tactical timeout. Following this, Celtics began to extend their lead and made clutch free throws during the final 2 minutes to see out the game 71-60. So near, yet so far for E-Scape Vipers.

 

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