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The Weekend Wrap 2018-19 Week 24

  Sunday, March 10, 2019

Saturday 9th March

Magic Seniors 71-68 Derby Trailblazers

Magic Seniors moved to 2-19 in the NBL Division One Men after a nail-biting win at home against Derby Trailblazers on Saturday evening.

Magic were led by Jonathan Barnes (23 points, 19 rebounds and a steal), with support from Ryan Lewis (14 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and a steal), Andre Gayle (13 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals), Kayin Darbey (6 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and a steal), Daniel Pilkington (6 points, 2 rebounds, an assist and a steal), Richard Bell (4 points, 11 rebounds and an assist), Ty Jordan (3 points, a rebound and a block) and Luke Gordos (2 points, 3 rebounds, an assist and 2 steals).

Up next for the Magic Seniors was a home game against Bradford Dragons on Sunday evening, find out how they got on below.

Trafford U18 58-86 Cheshire Wire

Trafford U18 moved 4-12 to in the Premier North after a resounding loss at home against Cheshire Wire on Saturday afternoon.

Trafford U18 have now finished their league campaign in 8th place in the Premier North and miss out on a place in the Play-offs as only the top 6 teams in the Premier North advance to the post-season.

Magic U16 100-56 Manchester Giants

Magic U16 moved to 17-0 in the Premier North after a dominating win at home against in-city rivals Manchester Giants on Saturday afternoon.

Up next for the Magic U16 was an away game against in-city rivals Manchester Giants on Sunday evening, find out how they got on below.

Sheffield Sharks 76-62 Trafford U16

Trafford U16 moved to 11-8 in the Premier North after a slender loss on the road against Sheffield Sharks on Saturday afternoon.

Up next for the Trafford U16 is their final league game of the regular season at home against Cheshire Wire on TBC at TBC.

Cheshire Wire White 66-84 Magic 2 U16

Magic 2 U16 moved to 11-5 in the North West 2 League after a sizeable win on the road against Cheshire Wire White on Saturday afternoon.

Magic 2 U16 have now finished their league campaign in 3rd-5th place (awaiting results from other games) in the North West 2 League and miss out on a place in the Play-offs as only the top 3 teams in the North advance to the post-season.

Derby Trailblazers 73-75 Mystics U16

Mystics U16 moved to 15-3 in the Premier North after a slim win on the road against Derby Trailblazers on Saturday afternoon.

Mystics U16 have now finished their league campaign in 1st place in the Premier North and advance to the first round of the Play-offs where they will match up with the 16th seed at home on the weekend of Saturday 30th March/Sunday 31st March.

Mystics 2 U16 42-74 Northamptonshire Titans

Mystics 2 U16 moved 7-7 to in the North League after a disheartening loss at home against Northamptonshire Titans on Saturday afternoon.

Mystics 2 U16 have now finished their league campaign in 5th place in the North League and miss out on a place in the Play-offs as only the top 5 teams in the non-Premier leagues advance to the post-season.

Liverpool 54-49 Magic 2 U14

Magic 2 U14 moved to 8-8 in the North West 1 League after a heartbreaking loss on the road against Liverpool on Saturday afternoon.

Magic 2 U14 have now finished their league campaign in 5th place in the North West 1 League and miss out on a place in the Play-offs as only the top 4 teams in the North Leagues advance to the post-season.

Cheshire Wire White 70-40 Magic 3 U14

Magic 3 U14's moved to 9-11 in the North West 2 League after a disappointing loss on the road against Cheshire Wire White on Saturday afternoon.

Up next for the Magic 3 U14 is their final league game of the regular season, away against in-city rivals Manchester Giants White on TBC at TBC.

Sunday 10th March

Magic Seniors 63-83 Bradford Dragons

Magic Seniors moved to 2-20 in the NBL Division One Men after a tough loss at home against Bradford Dragons on Sunday evening to go 1-1 on the weekend.

Magic were led by Richard Bell (13 points, 11 rebounds, an assist, a steal and 3 blocks), Andre Gayle (14 points, 4 rebounds and an assist), Ryan Lewis (10 points, 2 assists and a steal), Daniel Pilkington (8 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists and a steal), Ty Jordan (8 points and a rebound) Jonathan Barnes (5 points and 7 rebounds) Malachi Boakye-Yiadom (3 points, 2 rebounds, an assist and a steal), Luke Gordos (2 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and a block) Kayin Darbey (2 rebounds, an assist and a steal) and Josh Grant (a rebounds).

Up next for the Magic Seniors is an away game against Worthing Thunder on Saturday 16th March at 7:30pm.

Team Birmingham Elite 31-78 Mystics U18

Mystics U18 moved 13-1 to in the North League after a commanding win on the road against Team Birmingham Elite on Sunday afternoon.

Up next for the Mystics U18 is their final league game of the regular season, at home against Nottingham Wildcats on Saturday 16th March at 3:30pm.

Manchester Giants 35-86 Magic U16

Magic U16 moved to 18-0 in the Premier North after a comfortable win on the road against in-city rivals Manchester Giants on Sunday evening, to go 2-0 on the weekend.

Up next for the Magic U16 is an away game against Cheshire Wire on Saturday 16th March at 2:00pm, followed by their final league game of the regular season at home against City of Edinburgh on Sunday 17th March at 12:30pm.

City of Birmingham Rockets 53-77 Magic U14

Magic U14 moved to 16-1 in the Premier North after a convincing win on the road against City of Birmingham Rockets on Sunday afternoon.

Up next for the Magic U14 is their final league game of the regular season, at home against Northamptonshire Titans on Saturday 16th March at 1:00pm.

Mystics 2 U14 14-92 Mystics U14

Mystics 2 U14 moved to 12-2 in the North League after a heart-shattering loss at home against in-house rivals Mystics U14 on Sunday afternoon. Mystics U14 moved to 16-0 in the North League.

Up next for the Mystics 2 U14 is an 'away' game against City of Leeds at the Manchester Basketball Centre on Saturday 16th March at 3:00pm.

Mystics U14 have now finished their league campaign in 1st place in the North League and advance to the second round of the Play-offs, after earning a bye in the first round thanks to being a top 8 seeded team. They must wait to find out their opponent in second round, which will take place on the weekend of Saturday 6th April/Sunday 7th April.

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