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NFM takes back-to-back wins - May 18, 2012


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National Flour Mills won its second consecutive match in the North Zone Basketball Commission (NZBC), with a 67-57 victory over Diego Martin All Stars, at the Jean Pierre Complex, Wrightson Road, on Tuesday. The win came only 48 hours after an entertaining and convincing 82-71 victory for NFM over Caledonia Clippers. NFMs forward Kerry McMillan continued his fine form when he bagged 22 points, while Kwesi Julien assisted with nine points.


Gershwin Duncan and Roger Lewis scored 17 and 12 points, respectively for Diego Martin. On Sunday, NFM, temporarily without the guidance of coach Jamal Duke, who was banned for several matches due to his challenging of several of the referees decisions in the recent match against Defence Force, fared very well again Clippers. McMillian, took 17 points, followed by Ashton Demurrells 14 points, for the comfortable win. There was one Second Division match on Tuesday when Veterans sealed a simple 63-53 win over Straker Nets. Albert Sprott and Kerry Westfield combined for 25 points, for the winning team.

Results


First Division
NFM 67 (Kerry McMillan 22 pts, Kwesi Julien 9pts) v Diego Martin All Stars 57 (Gershwin Duncan 17 pts, Roger Lewis 12 pts)
Second Division

Veterans 63 (Albert Sprott 13, Kerry Westfield 12) vs Straker Nets 53 (Ofomin Pryce 14 pts, Hashim Arcia 14 pts) halftime 34 vs 29
  



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