News

The Weekend Wrap Week 12

  Monday, December 11, 2017

Stefan Gill returned from his three-game suspension with a bang, pouring in 25 points to lead the Manchester Magic to the National Cup Final after an 80-74 victory at Team Solent Kestrels.

Magic's captain was backed up by Donte Gittens (18 points) and Ryan Lewis (11 points and 11 rebounds), with all 5 starters hitting double figure as Michael Anumba had 12 points and Lee Goldsbrough 10 points.

Magic will have to wait to find out who their opponents in the final will be as the other semi-final between Hemel Storm and Loughborough Student Riders was called off due to the weather.

Magic are in action on Friday night in the BBL Trophy as they travel across the Pennines to face DBL Sheffield Sharks at 7:30pm, before their last game of 2017 at home to Derby Trailblazers on Saturday (6:30pm).

 

A 28-point haul from Rheanne Bailey helped the Manchester Mystics to a 75-73 overtime victory at Caledonia Pride in the WBBL.

The win moves the Mystics in to fourth in the table, after their final game of 2017.

Lauren Thomas-Johnson (23 points and 8 rebounds), Dominique Allen (11 points and 13 rebounds) and Georgia Jones (9 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists) also made sizeable contributions against the Pride. 

The Mystics have a break until the New Year when they face BA London Lions at Barking Abbey on Sunday 7th January.

 

Manchester Magic 2 earned their first victory of the season with an 96-70 away win at Sefton Stars in the Division 4 North.

Manchester Magic U18s notched up a ton in their 100-66 victory over Newcastle Eagles in the North Premier, while Trafford Magic U18 picked up an 88-46 road win over Cheshire Wire 2 in the North West Conference.

Magic U14s gained an 82-39 victory over Leicester Riders in the Premier North, while Magic 3 U14s beat Cheshire Wire White on the road 70-53 in the North West II.

Mystics U14s won the battle of the Mystics after an 84-39 win over the younger Mystics 2 U14s in the North Conference.

There were loses for Magic 2 U14 at home to local rivals Manchester Giants Blue (43-74), Mystics U16 at home to City of Sheffield Hatters (49-61) and Mystics 2 U16 at Derby Trailblazers (35-80).

OUR NEWS

 2018 All rights reserved

site by sizzle