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King helps Army quiet BCA - Oct 16, 2018

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Jamille King helped Defence Force to a much-needed win against Brian Chase Academy, 87-72, to secure second place in the final standings of the Men's Premier Division of the Barry Stewart Invitational Basketball League. The forward sank 26 points in the opening match of a double-header against Brian Chase, which was eliminated, on Sunday night at the Central Regional Indoor Sports arena in Chaguanas in the final round of matches in the preliminary stages.
In the later match, led by Wesley Vincent with 22, Police defeated Stories of Basketball Success (SOS) Academy, 84-79 after leading at the end of each quarter. Defence Force's win over the last-place finisher ensured that the army/coast guard combination team avoided being grouped in the same bracket as leader Straker Nets, which is the only unbeaten team thus far in the ten-team competition.
The next phase of the league is the round-robin "Big Eight" which begins tonight with teams in Group A re-engaging in the battle. In the double-header carded for later, will feature Nets against seventh-place Maloney Pacers from 8.30 pm, following the match-up between fifth-place Police against Detour Shak Attack, the second-place team, from 7 pm. Defence Force, which also had Derrick Boxhill (16), Isiah Williams (10) and Kyeon Joseph (10) excelling in the team's final match, will compete in Group B of the "Big Eight" competition. The other teams in that group are eight-place Prisons, Petro Jazz (fourth place) and sixth place SOS. Their match programme will jump-off tomorrow at the Southern Regional Indoor Sports Arena in Pleasantville, San Fernando.
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NBFTT elects Female President! - 12 days ago
History was created as Claire Mitchell became the first female to be duly elected as the President of the National Basketball Federation of Trinidad and Tobago (NBFTT) for the term 2019-2023. She defeated her only challenger, Mario Davis, 12-10 at the NBFTT AGM on Saturday. Mitchell was previously the General Secretary and acted as the Interim President of the NBFTT since the resignation of Garvin Warwick in 2016. The new executives elected are: 1.Rachel Dick - General Secretary 2.Ki...   [read more]

Kyle Rowley
Wetterbygden inks Kyle Rowley - 13 days ago
KYLE ROWLEY Wetterbygden Stars Huskvarna (Basketligan) signed 28-year old Trinidad and Tobago ex-international center Kyle Rowley (212-120kg-90, college: St.Mary's, CA, agency: Duran International). He started the season at Urunday Universitario in Uruguayan LUB league. In two games he had 5.5ppg, 4.0rpg, 1.0apg and 1.0spg this season. The last season Rowley played at Castello (LEB Gold) in league where in 37 games he recorded 10.4ppg and 7.8rpg. The list of the past achievements is qui...   [read more]

Hapoel Tel Aviv tabs Devaughn Akoon-Purcell - 1 month ago
DEVAUGHN AKOON-PURCELL Hapoel SP Tel-Aviv (Winner League) inked 25-year old American (has also Trinidad and Tobago passport) shooting guard Devaughn Akoon-Purcell (196-93kg-93, college: Illinois State). He started the season at Denver Nuggets in the NBA. But in 7 games he averaged just 1.0ppg this season. The last season Akoon-Purcell played at Bakken (Ligaen) in league. The team played in three different competitions (!!!) that year, and he had a chance to explore basketball on differen...   [read more]

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