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The Weekend Wrap Week 17

  Sunday, January 28, 2018

Manchester Magic dropped out of the National Trophy at the Semi-Final stage after a 74-91 home loss to Team Northumbria.

In a scrappy affair, it was Northumbria's superior long range shooting that did the damage, making 12 from 24 from beyond the arc, where Magic made just 4 from 23. Five of those Northumbria threes came from Atif Russell who ended the game with a colossal 37 points.

The Magic were led by Stefan Gill's 22 points and 6 assists, with support from Ryan Lewis (19 points and 6 rebounds), Michael Anumba (11 points and 6 rebounds) and Donte Gittens (8 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists). Richard Bell had 5 points, 5 rebounds and 5 blocks on his home debut.

The Magic will look to end the losing streak against Team Solent Kestrels on Sunday 4th February at 5:00pm at the Amaechi Basketball Centre.

Manchester Mystics took an 86-68 road victory at Cardiff Met Archers on Saturday afternoon.

The Mystics were led by Lauren Thomas-Johnson's 24 points and 5 rebounds (earning her a place in the WBBL All-Star 5 for Week 15), with ample support for Georgia Jones (18 points and 8 assists), Samantha Roscoe (12 points), Dominique Allen (10 points and a place on the bench of the WBBL All-Star 5 for Week 15) and Natalie Chaloner (9 points and 8 rebounds).

The next game for the Mystics will be on Saturday 3rd February against Nottingham Wildcats at 4:00pm at the National Basketball Performance Centre.

After Magic 2 Seniors beat Barrow Thorns on the road 73-68 last weekend, they stepped up a gear to hammer them 94-45 at home this weekend.

Magic U18 sealed their place in the U18 Men's National Cup Final with an 81-71 victory at Canterbury Academy Crusaders in the National Cup Semi Final. They will face the winner of Charnwood College Riders and Haringey Hawks in the final.

Manchester Magic U18 National Cup Final Bound

Magic U16 will join the U18s in Worcester as they won their National Cup Semi Final beating Haringey Hawks 87-79 in front of a packed house at home on Sunday afternoon. They will face Sussex Storm in the final.

Manchester Magic U16 National Cup Final Bound

Mystics U18 earned a 53-37 home win against City of Leeds. Mystics 2 U16 picked up a 52-39 victory over Stockport Lapwings. Mystics U16 lost 54-48 in a hard-fought game at Sevenoaks Suns. Mystics 2 U14 lost 82-30 at City of Leeds Gold.

Magic U14 beat local rivals Manchester Giants 77-45. Magic 2 U14 beat Mersey Mavericks 78-54. Magic 3 U14 lost 72-47 to Lancashire Spinners.

 

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