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Long-time champions to slow start - Apr 1, 2009


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The Dominos Pizza Mens Basketball League Division I got under on Cayman Islands. Seven teams hit the road for fourteen rounds marathon. The most renowned local squad George Town Sports Club started their campaign slowly. They suffered two consecutive defeats and appeared at the bottom of the ladder. First GTSC were narrowly nipped by Silver Bullets 66:67 at home court. Josh Cotterell (-G) scored 15 points and pulled down 6 rebounds to lead the charge. Kwei General nailed 15 points for the winners. Antonio Thompson (-G) responded with game-high 32 points and 9 rebounds for GTSC.
In round 3 GTSC suffered the second loss in a row as they were tamed by Wolves 72:83. Antonio Thompson once again looked solid with 22 points and 9 rebounds but could not rescue his side from sinking. Gary McLaughlin (-G) tallied 24 points and 15 rebounds in the victory. Dwight O'Garro (-C) had 25 points as Wolves toppled the ladder at 3-0 record.
Esso Blazers gained two wins at the start of the championship. They defeated Colombia and Tarheels in the second and third rounds respectively. Samuel O'Garro (-F) was impressive against Tarheels as he notched 28 points, 14 boards, 7 steals and 5 assists. Bosko Tomzsezik (-G) delivered 16 points and 9 boards for Esso Blazers in the victory over Colombia.   




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Warriors remain undefeated on top of the ladder - 2 months ago
Warriors keep the top position in the National League. They enjoyed eight wins in as many games at the start of the season. Warriors crushed Charterland 85:58 in the latest game. Sol Blazers stay in the second position at 7-1 record. They eased past Asian Retain 100:52 in the latest action. Peachwave are in the third position at 6-2. They topped Western Union 87:56 on the road for the latest win.   [read more]
Down to the semis in U14 hoops - 4 months ago
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