FURY JUNIOR MEN CLEAN UP ON PRESENTATION DAY

Sony Centre Fury Junior Men’s first team will receive the Scottish Division1 Championship Trophy today prior to their 3pm tip v WLW today at Grangemouth SC. The presentation of the Trophy and medals will be made by former Fury star, Great Britain Captain - Kieron Achara Last night Achara hit the game winning shot in OT for his BBL side, the Glasgow Rocks, against Worcester Wolves and is a fitting choice for today’s celebrations. Fury JM 1 have already won the Scottish Cup this season and have now taken the League title from holders Edinburgh Kings – the trophy will receive some loving polishing before Headcoach Keith Bunyan and Captain Mitchell Stirling take hold of it later today . Today w

Game Day - 16-02-18

Starting Centre Ross Gibson who has been out through injury almost the entire 17-18 season looks to be set to return to action tonight and if that is the case, he will be key in Fury’s Play-Off run which will start in a couple of weeks. Fury have been without the talented 6ft 7 Gibson since October 17 and have missed his defensive presence and double digit scoring – will tonight see his return to action against Pleasance BC at Grangemouth SC tonight – 8pm tip Spectators welcome £2 Adults U18 £1 GO FURY!

FURY BLAZE TO 3 WINS FROM 4 AT U16/18 MEN

Sony Centre Fury U16 and u18 first and second Men's teams were in action at the week-end against Boroughmuir Blaze at the Crags SC. Both clubs historically, have excellent programs at these age groups – producing many International players. Fury just fell short of a clean sweep with wins at both U18 Mens Division 1 and 2 games and a win also in the Division 1 U16 Mens game. Having already won the Scottish Cup and Division 1 Championship( League) Fury Junior Men ( U18) with games in hand, the match against Blaze , while not relevant re final placings for Fury, any match with Fury and Blaze will be keenly contested and this was no different with the home side holding the edge for almost all

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Scottish Senior Woman’s Premier Championship Fury faced an unbeaten Kats side who had already tied up the Championship title, however the first period proved to be one the 17-18 Champions will want to forget as the Falkirk side, which saw 5 seniors missing from their line-up take the game to the Edinburgh side on their own court. A 19-12 opening stanza gave Fury a solid start with Rebecca Lonsdale and Jenna Beattie sharing 12 pts and Fury hitting 3 threes from Lonsdale, Shannon Flippard and Chloe Lodge. But it was Fury’s defence that had impressed in the opening quarter and that was key in getting out to a 7pt lead. The second saw Kats up their game with only Beattie effective on the offe

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Scottish Senior Men’s Division 1 Championship The first quarter was to prove key at the Crags SC as Blaze went out to a 26-16 first quarter lead. That lead got even bigger in the opening minutes of the second, until Fury drastically altered their line –up, bringing together four players off the bench. Fury then went on a charge that saw the scoreline go from the Falkirk side being 15 down to a 3pt game. Daniel Tran, Zygi Dauksas, Connor Martin and Keith Bunyan with back to back 3’s brought the scoreline back to 39-36 forcing Blaze into a timeout. At that point Fury made a number of changes, but Blaze then closed out the final minutes of the period with a 15-6 run off their own and a half-tim

KFC IN STUNNING 54 PT TURNAROUND!!

KNIGHTS –FURY CENTRAL 54 GLASGOW LADY ROCKS 50 Scottish Junior Woman’s Championship Division 1 54 was the magic number as the merged Fury-Knights U18 Womans side rocked the Lady Rocks with a 54-50 pts win and in so doing, turned around their first match of the season which was a 50pt Rocks win by – yes - 54! Since these early days, just over 4 months ago – KFC have steadily improved as the merged team of players have trained and played together. Their last game saw them defeat top 3 side Boroughmuir Blaze and today get the win against second placed Lady Rocks. The match started well for the Central side as they jumped out to an early lead, extending it to 13 -6 at the end of the openi

FURY JUNIOR MEN ARE SCOTTISH CHAMPIONS!

SONY CENTRE FURY 68 PERTH PHOENIX 60 Scottish Championship U18 Men Division 1 Adam Rutter led Fury with 22pts as the Falkirk club became Scottish Division 1 Champions after a hard fought win over Perth Phoenix –the team they had defeated last week-end as they won the Scottish Cup Final. This makes Fury League and Cup Champions for season 17-18 and the team will look to make it a historic Junior Men’s treble in the Play-Offs in March. Fury have taken the Championship title with 2 games still to play but cannot now be beaten with their nearest rivals St.Mirren on 3 losses. The winning game – played in front of a big crowd at Grangemouth Sports Complex saw the visitors looking to avenge thei

MCEWAN HITS 34PTS AS FURY DEFEAT UNBEATEN PHOENIX!!

Scottish Championship U16 Woman Division 1 Scotland International Katie McEwan had a huge 34pt game as Fury Cadettes took their third straight win in a row and handed Championship leaders Perth Phoenix their first league loss of the season. Last weeks Cup Finalists, Perth sat at 10-0 in the Championship but were unable to cope with McEwan, who was not only the games top scorer, but worked hard sharing the ball handling for the Falkirk side. Scotland U15 Internationals – Abby Rutter with 10pts and Eabha Kerr – Fury’s main point guard played above their years as Fury took the win in front of a packed crowd, in one of the best and most exciting games of the season at Grangemouth Sports Compl

FURY HIT 16 THREES IN 27PT WIN OVER STUDENTS

SONY CENTRE FURY 91 EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY 64 Scottish Senior Men Division 1 Basketball Championship Despite a strong performance and a convincing win over Edinburgh University last night, Fury have lost their Championship title after St.Mirren – who defeated them two weeks ago by a single point defeated Blaze by 8pts in a 200 plus points game. Fury who also lost their Scottish Cup title after going down by a point in the semi-finals to eventual winners Kings will now look to retain the last of the 3 titles they won last season the Scottish Play-Offs. Their performance against the student team, without centre Kornelius Douskas showed they are still very much in contention for that remaining

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