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 1 Ruckers 13-2 
 2 SCVU 11-4 
 3 Yellow Birds 9-4 
 4 De Schakel 7-6 
 5 De Arend 6-7 
 6 Finabank 1-12 
 7 CLD 1-13 
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RCA Basketball Camp a success, says Mohan - Sep 11, 2014

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Local coach and former national guard Lugard Mohan (G, college: Dillard) and five promising players recently returned from Suriname after attending the Regional Sports Academy (RCA) Basketball Camp which was held in Suriname last month. Mohan was a part of the programme and took away knowledge that he impart to the players and coaches here in Guyana highlighted what the five players (Stanton Rose, Timothy Thompson, Damair Gladstone, Nathan Saul and Travis Belgrave) took away from the camp. We gained a lot of experience and camaraderie and friendship, you can be friends and play competitive against each other, Mohan stated. Talking about the everyday activity of the camp itself, Mohan related how tedious the programme was, the camp had their peers who were there the year before so the level of competition was high, it was a case where the guys were not the best players there so the level was high and it was intense. The coaches were good and knew what they were doing so you rarely had breaks, Mohan told Guyana Times Sport.
However, Mohan expects the camp to impact the game of the five players in a positive way, One it will do good for their confidence, they now know some of the drills that they have to do to help themselves develop. it is something we will keep on them with because you cant always do it individually, so we have to helping them develop and I think thats what it did, help to develop their game, Mohan highlighted. Further, Mohan shared some of the things the Guyanese contingent imparted to the rest of the camp. One of the things we shared is that we just dont do basketball development, we do human development as well. We dont just try to develop the players on a basketball level, but we also develop the players human skills and help them to be a better human being, Mohan related. Meanwhile how does Mohan plan to share the knowledge he has learnt as a coach? Imparting the knowledge I learnt would be done during our camps to both the coaches and the players it would be like a follow up to what we did in Suriname, Mohan noted. Mohan was also quick to thank, the National Sports Commission (NSC), the Ministry of Sport and the Youth Basketball Guyana (YBG) for the opportunity to be a part of the camp.
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Hoofdklasse Round 20: Yellow Birds defeat SCVU in the closest game of the week - 3 days ago
Here is the last round review presented by ESL. The most exciting game of round 20 in the Hoofdklasse ended with only two-point defeat of second-ranked SCVU (11-4) to third ranked Yellow Birds (9-4) 57-55 on Thursday evening. It ended at the same time the four-game winning streak of SCVU. Defending champion maintains third position with 9-4 record having six points less than leader Ruckers. SCVU at the other side keeps the second place with four games lost. Hoofdklasse top team - Ruc...   [read more]
Hoofdklasse Round 19: Leader Ruckers get another victory - 8 days ago
There will be only one (last) round of the Regular Season in Hoofdklasse. Here is the last round review presented by ESL. Leader Ruckers delivered the twelfth win on Sunday night. This time they crushed 5th ranked De Arend (6-7) 100-73. Ruckers (12-2) have an impressive series of six victories in a row. They maintain first place. De Arend at the other side keeps the fifth position with seven games lost. Ruckers are looking forward to face CLD (#6) in the next round which should be theore...   [read more]
Hoofdklasse Round 17: Ruckers beat Yellow Birds by three after a very close game - 1 month ago
Here is the last round review presented by ESL. This derby game ended with only three-point defeat on the road of 3rd placed Yellow Birds (8-4) to first ranked Ruckers (10-2) 66-63 on Thursday evening. Ruckers have an impressive series of five victories in a row. They maintain first place with 10-2 record. Defending champion Yellow Birds keep the third position with four games lost. Ruckers are looking forward to face De Schakel (#4) in the next round. Yellow Birds will play against Fi...   [read more]

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