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Stingers & Legs defeated on opening night of Federation League C/ship - Aug 12, 2016


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Leslee Smith
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Both And One and Kings got the best of five British Virgin Islands Basketball Federation's (BVIBF) League Championship off to winning starts in the Multi-Purpose Sports Complex on Wednesday August 10, 2016.
And One took on the Stingers with pace and aggression as well as strong defense to come out 93-84 winners.

Eral Penn top scored with 29 points and 17 rebounds, whilst Devante Brewley scored 19 points, including a three right on the final buzzer. Lestin Wiltshire netted 12 with 10 rebounds, Dante Vanterpool added 8 points, Akeem Nibbs 7 and Demoi Dagou 6 with 7 rebounds.

The Stingers were led by 24 points and 8 rebounds from Romain Minott, 21 points, 10 rebounds from D'Moi M. Hodge. Omar Walker added 9 points, Tyler Cameron 8 with 10 rebounds and Neville Smith Junior 8 points with 11 rebounds.

Game Two is scheduled for Friday August 12, 2016.

Kings overpower weary Legs

In the Senior Division, the shorthanded Legs had raced into a twenty point lead by the end of the first quarter, but were eventually undone by the Kings, who recovered to win game one 99-91.

Killven M. Samuel top scored with 34 points for the Kings, Leslee Smith (203-F-90, college: Nebraska) 18 with 10 rebounds, Ray D. Victor 17 with 10 rebounds and Dameon Ottley 13 with 7 rebounds.

The Legs top scorer was Franklyn Penn (185-PG-97) with 30, whilst Dionne Blyden notched 26 and Gary Hillhouse finished with 17 and 11 rebounds.

Game two is also scheduled for Friday evening and should see some interesting changes to line up of both teams. The Legs, who will be able to call upon their USVI squad members, whilst still missing Jason A. Edwin, who is away at a Digicel Coaching Seminar and the Kings, may well be short of Ottley.   




Leslee Smith
Smith & Bristol Flyers come up short against Surrey - 1 day ago
Leslee Smith(203-F-90, college: Nebraska) and the Bristol Flyers fourth quarter comeback fell short as they failed to beat the visiting Surrey Scorchers, losing to the visitors 74-85, on Friday March 24, 2017. Despite Hameed Ali coming off the bench for 20 points and 10 assists Flyers couldn't secure the win. The visitors started the game in dominant fashion going on an 11-0 run and shooting just under 50% for the first period. Bristol experienced a short stint of success offensively in...   [read more]
Ruff House get their Rings! - 8 days ago
NANNY CAY, Tortola, VI - They looked like trouble but they were talented and would eventually get it together to become the inaugural champions of the Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed National Basketball League in 2013. This is the story of Ruff House, who were presented with their championship rings as promised on Saturday March 18, 2017 at a small Cocktail gathering at Nanny Cay on the main island of Tortola. Co- Founder of the League, Hon Julian Fraser RA (R3) gave remarks before the r...   [read more]

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Smith's 16 helps Bristol Flyers back into top 8 - 12 days ago
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