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Another weekend completed in Kelver Darroux Basketball League

by: - June 4, 2018
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Another weekend of thrilling basketball has been completed in the Kelver Darroux Basketball League ongoing in St. Joseph.

It was a night of blowouts on Friday as the weekend started off.   In game one, E.H Charles Crossover sped past Kairi FM Ole Skool 50 to 35. The veteran Ole Skool team was down by 10 at the end of the first half, but was unable to close that gap in the second. Leading all scorers was McCray Edwards of Crossover with 23 points, while Sergi Joseph added 10. For Ole Skool it was Lindson Lynch with 12 and Colbert Bertrand with 9.

Game two was another overwhelming victor, as the Super Eagles thrashed the Police Sports Club by 33 points. The Police were only able to score 27 points all game, while the Super Eagles ended the game with 60. For the Super Eagles, Hendricks Holsborough top scored with 17 and Kaloy Paul chipped in 10. Dwight Baron was able to bag 10 for the Police.

Saturday proved to be a more competitive night of play. Game one featured the D-Tread Blazers-All for Ricky who faced off with Team Ice Cream. Team Ice Cream scrapped past the Blazers 62 to 59. Garvin Joseph top scored for Team Ice Cream with 18 points, and Kerbin Nanthan contributed 16. For the Blazers it was Lester Langlais with 21 points, hitting 5 threes.

Game two pit the home team Kelver Darroux Hurricanes against Dr. Mac Prowlers. Fans turned out in large numbers to watch the teams go head to head. The Prowlers led by 10 at the half, but a push by the Hurricanes dropped the lead to just 5 at the end of the third. In the end though, the Prowlers held on for the win 76 to 64. Julian Isles Jr bagged 25 points, while Tony Lee had 12 for the Prowlers. Kesster Edwards hit 23 for the Hurricanes, with Aldin Pierre adding 14, topping the scoring for the Hurricanes.

The sole match on Sunday was another exciting game as The Pichelin Sports Club Falcons came up against the Flow X-men and came victorious, 72 to 68. At the end of the first quarter, the X-men had the decisive advantage, up 20 to 7. The Falcons narrowed that lead and were only down 4 at the half. After taking the lead in the third, they were able to hold on for the win. Top scorers for the Falcons were Jayvie Bellot and Khalim Thomas with 22 each. Curtley Anselm added 19. For the X-men it was Tilon Birmingham with 16 and Hassan Robinson with 13.

League games are set to continue on Wednesday night as the Shanks Juggernauts of Salisbury take on the LA Dark Knights at 7:30.