Manchester Magic Under 14s successfully defended their Sligo International title on Sunday to make it three straight wins in the annual tournament.
They beat Cork’s Blue Demons 63-42 in the final, with Magic point guard Noah Togo named MVP.
Magic began with a 77-19 win over Ballyshannon, then followed that with victories over Galway Titans (52-34), Sligo All Stars (37-12) and Dublin Sonics (35-26).
Their final group game was against Blue Demons, winning 50-28 before defeating the same opponents in the final a few hours later.
Magic coach Gary Williams praised his players on Twitter, quickly turning his attentions to the National League play-offs, which start later this month.
"So proud to coach the U14 boys with Coach Sam Gray this year! Great bunch of lads and parents! Onto the playoffs @Mcr_Magic
"Shoutout to @SligoAllStars for inviting us over for the U14 International. Great hosts as always for a great Irish basketball programme"
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