KNIGHTS FURY CENTRAL JW STILL LOOK FOR FIRST WIN

KNIGHTS FURY CENTRAL 42 GLASGOW LADY ROCKS 92 Scottish Junior Woman Division 1 Basketball Championships Newly merged Knights – Fury U18 woman struggled to contain a pressing Rocks side who took advantage of every error from the home side at the Peak. While the KFC side showed potentially what they were capable of by winning the second period 21-18, the three other quarters saw the team unable to keep pace with the Rocks scoring. For KFC – forward Nina Wills scored 14 with Rachael Penman on 9 and Katie McEwan on 6. The team will continue to work to develop their offence and look at areas on the defensive end that as a team and players they can improve. The positive situation for both club

FURY CADET MEN 2 COMEBACK V BLAZE JUST FAILS

SONY CENTRE FURY 41 BOROUGHMUIR BLAZE 49 Scottish Cadet Men Division 2 Basketball Championship Fury staged a dramatic comeback in this development match, but just fell short and allowed Blaze to take one of the 5 matches between the clubs. Behind by 26pts at the half, Fury took the third period to bring the game back to 16 as the teams entered the final period. Fury continued the charge getting the game to within 4 , before Blaze run out 8pt winners. Cameron Heggie had a game high 24pts with the whole team showing great team spirit and energy forcing the game to the final seconds after such a large deficit.

FURY JUNIOR MEN 2 IN 58 PT BLAZE BLOWOUT!

SONY CENTRE FURY 96 BOROUGHMUIR BLAZE 28 Scottish Junior Men Division 2 Basketball Championship It was one way traffic in this development game that saw the Sony sponsored side pile on the points and stay in the top 4 of the Division 2 Championship. Fury’s trapping defence produced turnover after turnover and saw Blaze unable to compete with a genuine second Fury junior team, as not one of Fury’s second team is listed in the first teams 12 player squad. Leading the scoring for Fury was Thomas Boyle with a game high 27 pts who almost outscored Blaze himself. Fury held Blaze to single digits in each quarter, scoring 22 – 21-26-27 themselves. Daniel Dewar had an impressive 17pts with all the

FURY CADET MEN IN 35PT BIG WIN OVER RIVALS BLAZE

SONY CENTRE FURY 89 BOROUGHMUIR BLAZE 49 Scottish Cadet Men’s Division1 Basketball Championships A tight game throughout was finally blown open at the start of the final quarter when Fury broke out to a 20 pt plus lead and there was no way back for visitors Blaze. 3 up at the end of the first at 19-16 Fury moved to 8 up at the half as Scotland Internationals Jack Davidson and Jake Cavanagh stepped up the offence for the Falkirk side. A third period of 19-12 saw solid defence and a 15 pt lead going into the last quarter. But it was the final period that gave Fury such a commanding victory, 28-8 meant a win that keeps Fury in the race for a top 4 place in what is an extremely competitive l

FURY MAINTAIN TITLE PUSH WITH BLAZE WIN

SONY CENTRE FURY 89 BOROUGHMUIR BLAZE 73 Scottish Junior Men's Division 1 Basketball Championship Fury U18 Men, like their senior clubmates, continue their run towards a National Championship title and moved to 7 – 1 with a solid 16pt win over capitol rivals Blaze. The Fury side started well with a 24-16 opening period with the team sharing the ball and working strongly on the boards. Fury pushed the lead out to 10 at the half after being as many as 17 clear. The third saw Fury regain a significant lead with a 21-12 stanza. The team were sparked by a strong defensive play from Daniel Olubalade. The final period was tied with the teams sharing 52pts. Mitchell Stirling was Fury’s ‘go to gu

FURY GO 7 – 1 AS THEY BRING BLAZE UNDER CONTROL

Scottish Senior Men’s Division 1 Basketball Championship 25pts from Austrian forward Adam Hammerschmidt was the big number for Fury as they produced a strong team performance to hand a key loss to one of their main title rivals, capitol side Boroughmuir Blaze. Cheered on by another great crowd, the Sony sponsored side stormed out the blocks with an impressive 25-13 opening quarter. That spell saw Fury hit 4 threes – Eddy Leginas ( 2), Hammerschmidt and captain Keith Bunyan, 1 apiece. The second was a period where Fury went to their bench with Connor Martin hitting the 5th Fury three of the game and new signing, Bulgarian Ivan Ganchev coming in and making a nice driving two point play. Zigy D

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