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The Weekend Wrap 2019-20 Week 21

  Sunday, February 23, 2020

Thursday 20th February

Cheshire Wire 43-80 Magic U18

Magic U18 moved to 11-0 in the Premier North after a convincing win on the road against Cheshire Wire on Thursday evening.

Up next for Magic U18 is a home game against QE York Knights on Saturday 29th February at 1:00pm.

Saturday 22nd February

Bristol Hurricanes 67-59 Magic Seniors

Magic Seniors moved to 9-8 in the NBL Division 2 North after a frustrating loss on the road against Bristol Hurricanes on Saturday evening.

Magic were led by Richard Bell 26 points, 9 rebounds and a steal, with support from Luke Gordos 12 points, 5 rebounds and a steal, Andre Gayle 7 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals, Daniel Pilkington 6 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 3 steals, Jason Ani 6 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists and a block, Bailey Goodall 1 point, 4 rebounds, an assists and a block, Daniel Tejada Garcia 1 point and Mo Shegow 3 rebounds and an assist.

Up next for Magic Seniors is an away game against University of Chester on Saturday 7th March at 6:00pm.

Sheffield Hatters 72-70 Mystics WBBL

Mystics WBBL moved to 9-4 in the WBBL Championship after a heart-breaking loss on the road against Sheffield Hatters on Saturday afternoon.

Mystics were led by Sara Djassi 21 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and a block, with support from Sam Roscoe 17 points, 4 rebounds, an assist, 2 steals and a block, Rheanne Bailey 14 points and a rebound, Georgia Jones 7 points, 8 rebounds and 9 assists, Dom Allen 4 points, 9 rebounds, an assists and a steal, Lauren Thomas-Johnson 3 points, 2 rebounds and 2 steals, Vanessa Akra 2 points and 4 rebounds and Tiril Hjelde 2 points and a rebound.

Up next for Mystics WBBL was an away game against Nottingham Wildcats on Sunday, find out how they got on below.

City of Edinburgh 85-64 Trafford U18

Trafford U18 moved to 4-8 in the Premier North after a disappointing loss on the road against City of Edinburgh on Saturday afternoon.

Up next for Trafford U18 is an away game against Myerscough College on Sunday 1st March at 12:00noon.

Mystics U16 60-69 Derby Trailblazers

Mystics U16 moved to 7-5 in the Premier North after a narrow loss at home against Derby Trailblazers on Saturday afternoon.

Up next for Mystics U16 is a home game against Ipswich on Saturday 29th February at 3:30pm.

Magic 2 U14 82–49 Manchester Giants White

Magic 2 U14 moved to 14-1 in the North West League after a sizable win at home against Manchester Giants White on Saturday afternoon.

Up next for Magic 2 U14 is a home game against Liverpool on Saturday 29th February at 3:30pm.

Mystics 2 U14 54–68 Sheffield Hatters

Mystics 2 U14 moved to 8-5 in the North League after a challenging loss at home against Sheffield Hatters on Saturday afternoon.

Up next for Mystics 2 U14 is a home game against Mersey Mavericks on Sunday 1st March at 1:00pm.

Mystics U12 Red vs Mystics U12 White – postponed due to lack of availability of officials

Up next for Mystics U12 Red is a series of games against Cheshire Wire and Leicester Warriors in Cheshire on Saturday 29th February.

Up next for Mystics U12 White is series of games at home against Lancashire Spinners and City of Leeds on Saturday 29th February.

Sunday 23rd February

Nottingham Wildcats 66-65 Mystics WBBL

Mystics WBBL moved to 9-5 in the WBBL Championship after another slim loss on the road against Nottingham Wildcats on Sunday evening to go 0-2 on the weekend.

Mystics were led by Georgia Jones 17 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists and 2 steals, with support from Dom Allen 16 points, 11 rebounds and an assist, Sara Djassi 10 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists and 4 steals, Rheanne Bailey 9 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal, Sam Roscoe 6 points, 5 rebounds and a steal, Lauren Thomas-Johnson 5 points, 2 rebounds and an assist, Vanessa Akra 2 points, 5 rebounds, an assists and a steal, Tiril Hjelde 3 rebounds and Rachel James an assist and a steal.

Up next for Mystics WBBL is a home game against Caledonia Pride on Saturday 29th February at 4:00pm.

Tuesday 25th February

Magic U16 98-50 Trafford U16

Magic U16 moved to 18-0 in the Premier North after a massive win at home against in-house rivals Trafford on Tuesday evening.

Trafford U16 moved to 12-5 in the Premier North after a substantial loss ‘on the road’ against in-house rivals Manchester Magic on Tuesday evening.

Up next for Magic U16 is a home game against City of Leeds on Saturday 29th February at 1:00pm.

Up next for Trafford U16 is a home game against Newcastle Eagles on Saturday 29th February at 1:00pm.

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