FRASER MALCOLM – JORDAN FERGUSON  FSC AWARDS 2016

Sony Centre Fury Basketball Club had 19 of their players recognized at the annual Falkirk Sports Council Awards Night. The awards were in respect of 2016 and one former player and one current player made the top three in the Individual Awards. Former Fury star Fraser Malcolm, took runners-up spot in the main event of the evening – the Falkirk Senior Sports Personality of the Year. Fraser who played in the U20 GB team and for his NCAA College, Black Hills State in USA was recognized for his outstanding basketball achievements in 2016. In the U16 Age Group – Jordan Ferguson was placed 3rd after his great performances for Scotland in the U16 Euro B. Fury’s other International players in 2016 we

FURY RACE NIGHT SET TO RAISE £15000 !!!

Thanks to all who supported our club Race-night and with all the money raised from the event being tripled by one of our key fans, the amazing amount of £15,000 looks set to be the final total. This money will be used in our development programs and providing opportunities for youngsters to get involved in our sport. The club would like to thank the Abbotsinch Hotel, Grangemouth for providing such a great venue, in particular, Manager Craig McEwan and once again thanks to all donated to help to continue to make our club such a great family organization. GO FURY !!

FORMER FURY STAR FRASER MALCOLM HIGHLIGHTS

Check out these great highlights of Fraser's Sophomore season with his NCAA team Black Hills State. The former Fury Junior Captain and GB U20 player is a great role model to youngsters not just for his ability on court, but his for his work ethic, dedication and respect for the game.

FURY SENIOR WOMAN FACE TAYSIDE IN PLAY-OFF FINAL!!!

Sony Centre Fury Senior Woman’s Play-Off Semi-Final has been confirmed as a 20-0 Fury win and the Falkirk club will now have three of their teams contesting Play-Off Finals next week-end with the Mens team playing Boroughmuir Blaze and the Cadet Mens team playing St.Mirren. Fury Woman will play Tayside Musketeers in the Final at the Oriam SC Edinburgh on Saturday 1st April at 8pm. Fury’s SW semi-final opponent EdinburghKool Kats had failed to play Fury on the date/time designated by basketballscotland and subsequently lost an appeal over the Basketballscotland decision. Fury Headcoach John Bunyan will now coach both his Men and Womans teams in the Play-Off Finals and commented to Heraldsp

FURY SNARE WOLVES FOR PLAY-OFF FINAL PLACE !

SONY CENTRE FURY 79 WEST LOTHIAN WOLVES 58 National Play-Off Semi-Final - U16 Cadet Men Fury set up a Play-Off Final place against St.Mirren with one of their best performances of the season at the Oriam SC when they defeated West Lothian Wolves by 21pts. In a sporting contest, that was well supported by a large number of fans for both teams, the Falkirk team flew out the blocks to rack up a 16-4 lead in the opening quarter. Fury maintained the pace and led 26-15 on the back of some great fast breaks and team basketball. The second saw the WLW pull it back to an 8 point difference at the half. With the sides having met 3 times already in the season and Wolves taking 2 of the games, a clo

FORMER FURY STAR FRASER MALCOLM STARS IN NCAA BASKETBALL

Click on link below to see how Fury's Fraser Malcolm earned honors in his second season at Black Hills State University in the NCAA. Malcolm who played for Fury as a Cadet and Junior, captained his Junior Fury team to Championship and Play-Off titles. Malcolm then played in Iceland for a season under current Scotland Men's Coach Erik Olson, before moving to USA. Malcolm also played for the Great Britain U20 team last summer and continues to develop his basketball at a high level. http://bhsuathletics.com/news/2017/2/28/mens-basketball-mbb-malcolm-named-honorable-mention-all-rmac.aspx?path=mbball

FURY CM REACH FINAL 4 WITH 50PT TAYSIDE WIN

SONY CENTRE FURY 90 TAYSIDE MUSKETEERS 40 Scottish National Play-Offs Cadet Men Quarter-Finals Fury eased into the Semi-Finals with a comfortable win over the Muskies (Tayside Musketeers Basketball Club) at the Oriam. The no2 seed Falkirk side was too strong for their no 7 seeded rivals and the game was over by the end of the first with a 20-5 scoreline. Fury led by 23 at the half and 32 at the end of the third. A strong finish by Fury’s players younger players in the 4th increased the scoreline to a 50 pt gap by the final whistle. Captain Kieran Allan led Fury with 19. Scott Lothian had 14 with a great performance from Thomas Boyle with 12 and Jack Davidson finished with 10. Coach Carlow’

FURY MEN STORM INTO PLAY-OFF FINAL !

SONY CENTRE FURY 68 GLASGOW STORM 58 Scottish National Play-Offs Senior Men Semi-Final A tense Play-Off semi-final saw Fury Men not only advance to the Final, where they will play Boroughmuir Blaze Basketball Club, Edinburgh , but give them the chance to record a remarkable treble winning season – Championship-Scottish Cup and Play-Off titles for the second time in 3 seasons. It was only two seasons ago that Fury Men achieved the treble and to have the opportunity to repeat that in such a short timeframe is a testimony to the consistent high standard the team has set. The Storm (Glasgow Storm Basketball Club) game was a fitting finale to the club’s 25 seasons at the Mariner SC venue and to

FURY BC - FINAL NIGHT AT THE MARINER!!!! 8pm Tip Play-Off Semi-Finals SM FURY V STORM

Tonight will be the club’s last official game at the Mariner SC – “Home of the Fury” for 25 seasons. We move to Grangemouth SC next season due to a change of use of the Mariner Sports Hall. The Mariner has seen many exciting and title winning matches for all of Fury’s 6 National League teams – Senior Men and Woman, Junior Men and Woman and U16 Men and Woman. Fury have always and continue to play in Scotland’s top basketball division and with over 20 National titles accumulated during the past 25 seasons, Fury are seen as one of the top clubs in the country. Producing many International and GB players and several who have turned pro and secured basketball scholarships, the club and of course

WHO WILL SCORE FURY’S FINAL MARINER POINT!

Sony Centre Fury BC Senior Men play Glasgow Storm tonight in the clubs last official Mariner match. Make sure you enter our competition tonight – WHO WILL SCORE FURY’S FINAL POINT ! Tiebreaker is to name the score of tonight’s Fury V Storm Play-Off Semi-Final Entry forms at entrance - Fury Prizes to the winner!

FURY CW SECURE PLAY OFF SEMI-FINAL SPOT

Fury Cadette Woman will play St.Mirren in the semi-finals of the Play-Offs tomorrow with a 6pm tip at the Oriam SC. This comes on the back of a procedural error in their quarter-final match against Edinburgh Kool Kats. Fury lost to Kats but FIBA ruled a replay was required as a result of an officials action during the match. City of Edinburgh BC appealed the replay decision by FIBA, but their appeal was not upheld. CE Kool Kats then subsequently forfeited the game to the Falkirk club. Kim Flockhart’s team, after a period of uncertainty will now seek to repeat their win over the Paisley side they achieved in the Scottish Cup but Saints will start favorites to make the Final in April after two

FURY BRING DOWN REIGN & ADVANCE TO FINAL 4

FURY BRING DOWN REIGN & ADVANCE TO FINAL 4 SONY CENTRE FURY 81 DUNFERMLINE REIGN 70 Scottish Senior Men Play-Offs Quarter -Finals Greek forward Greg Foussas led Fury with 20 pts as they advanced to the Semi-Finals of the National Play-Off Championship in front of another packed home crowd. In a Euro scoring night for Fury, Austrian Adam Hammerschmidt had 18 with Fury’s Lithuanian guard Eddie Leginas on 17. Fury led by 10 at the half and 20 by the end of the third when they ran their bench and then Reign pulled the Falkirk side back to within 6 with under a minute to play. But Fury coach John Bunyan had already returned to his starting 5 just before the gap had reduced to single figures a

SUPER FALKIRK HERALD COVERAGE OF OUR SPORT!

Great to see the superb coverage we get week in week out from our local Falkirk Herald who give such a wide variety of sports opportunity to be on their back pages! Fury do provide the detail and its great to see our and the Herald's continued coverage not just of Fury but great events like Jump2it Basketball where our club is so active and prominent.

MADDISTON TAKE FALKIRK Jump2it Basketball EMIRATES FINAL

Maddiston Primary School made it an incredible 5 titles in a row when they defeated firstly Grange Primary School, Bo’ness in the semi-finals and then Slamannan PS in the Final to win Falkirk’s Jump2it tournament, which was played in front of a 2000 strong Glasgow Rocks crowd. The 4 schools at the Finals had great support from family and friends and the Final which was played at the half-time point of the BBL - British Basketball League had the added bonus of the regular Rocks fans shouting the teams on. 21 Schools, a record number of schools, took part in this season’s Falkirk Jump2it program with 33 teams taking part in the initial competition at Grangemouth Sports Complex last week. Gra

FURY OFFICIALLY CROWNED CHAMPIONS 16-17

FURY OFFICIALLY CROWNED CHAMPIONS 16-17 SONY CENTRE FURY 54 EDINBURGH KINGS 67 Scottish Division 1 Championship Senior Men Fury BC Senior Men were presented with their Championship season 16-17 Trophy by Basketball-Scotland Board member and basketball aficionado Sandy Sutherland before their final Championship game of the season against Edinburgh Kings at the Mariner SC, Falkirk. After some kind words from BS CEO Kevin Pringle, the sellout Fury crowd raised the roof as Men's Captain Keith Bunyan received the Trophy. The fans have been key in the club regaining the Championship title and a special mention was also paid to Fury’s key sponsors – Sony Centre, RJM Sports and Beecopy all lo

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