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  • England dominate Auld Enemy
    decisive score on a tip in seconds from the finish taking his tally to a game best 26 Friday Review England used a strong final quarter burst to defeat Scotland 65 53 in the opening game of the Spuerkess Cup in Luxembourg Peter Scantlebury s men were paced by Sheffield s American born guard Nate Reinking who led all scorers with 18 points However after trailing 32 27 at half time the Scots rallied strongly to cut the deficit to just one at the close of the third period Despite a game high haul of 20 from Stateside based Keiron Achara they could not close the gap as some sterling defence provided the spark for England to surge away Hosts Luxembourg later inflicted a 86 68 loss on a tired looking Scotland who collapsed in the second half Scotland Keiron Achara Duquesne Univ Peter Duncan Mark Duncan Keith Bunyan Falkirk Ross Campbell Ayrshire Laurie Costello Kevin Anderson Edinburgh Campbell Flockhart Stuart MacKay Robert Shanks East Lothian Richard Martin Glasgow Storm Josh Tackie Roni Gordon Dan Wardrope Scottish Rocks England John Amaechi Manchester Ronnie Baker Brighton Andrew Bridge Fab Flournoy Perre Lawson Newcastle Julius Joseph Colfontaine Robert Reed Falco Nate Reinking

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/spurkesscup05.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Tornadoes blow Kings off throne
    giant Tom Pearson kept Kings front line at bay en route to a game best 31 points and he had ample support from brother Andy who pushed the underdogs 34 16 ahead midway the second period While the Cup holders closed the deficit to 45 30 at half time they never came any closer than 12 in the second half as Edinburgh s dreams of a third consecutive double haul

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/scottishcup05-final.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Kings reign supreme again
    defensive from the capital outfit whose coach Danny Costello praised his charges for pushing themselves through the pain barrier to become the first team since Murray International to complete the title hat trick This year was the hardest he confirmed We have a less experienced squad And we ve had so many injuries I don t think I ve even had a full squad to train all season So to come through that adversity and still end up on top of the pile is really satisfying Laurie Costello hit a game high 27 points for the Kings who never trailed after taking the lead at 12 10 in the fourth minute eventually going as much as 16 in front in the fourth period Mark Duncan fired Falkirk s first ten points and ended with 19 The visitors levelled twice but fell as much as 16 behind in the final period to spark Edinburgh s celebrations Costello afterwards admitted he d duped his players to make sure they ended up on top He revealed I didn t tell the guys that Falkirk needed to win by 22 points to pip us to the post They all thought we needed to win

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/sbatitle05.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Britball.com: Profiles - Former Players
    DeFoe Peter Deppisch Bob Donewald Darrian Evans Mike Finger Greg Francis Jon Gaines Tony Garboletto Antonio Garcia Brendan Graves Roy Hairston Shaheen Holloway Colin Irish Tom Hancock Phil Handy Tony Holley Donnie Johnson Rashod Johnson Larry Johnson Wilbur Johnson Chris Junge Jason Kimbrough Martin Lattibeaudiere John Leahy Tim Lascelles Danny Lewis Terrance Lewis David Lindstrom Greg Lockridge Craig Lynch John McCord Steve McGlothin Andrew Mavis Loren Meyer Billy Mims Steve

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/profiles/index_old.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Birmingham Bullets
    Mikey Marshall 1 95 G Texas Tech 10 Steve Barnes 2 02 F 11 Martin Yabsley 2 06 F Essex 1 89 F 12 1 98 F 15 Deginald Erskin 2 02 F Ulriken 20 Skouson Harker 2 04 F

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/profiles/birmingham.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Brighton Bears
    Lepore 1 95 G Wake Forest 8 Yorick Williams 1 98 G Essex 9 Patrick Bates 2 07 F Belmont Abbey 11 Joe Perera 1 89 G Illinois IT 12 Ajou Deng 2 11 C Fairfield 13 Andrew Alleyne 2 06 F Milton Keynes 15 1 98 F Liege 20 Ryan Huntley 1 92 G Chester 21 Tony Holley 1 95 F Thames Valley 22 Steve Hansell 1 92 G

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/profiles/brighton.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Britball.com Profiles: Chester Jets
    C Keflavik 5 Billy Singleton 2 07 C Scottish 6 Trey Moore 1 92 G Thames Valley 7 Shawn Myers 2 00 F Newcastle 8 Theo Dixon 1 95 G London 9 Marvin Holden 1 98 F 10 John Simpson 1 96 F 11 2 07 C 12 Philip Brandbreth 2 01 F 14 Richard Murphy 1 80 G 15 2 06 F 20 Anthony Martin 1 86 G 21

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/profiles/chester.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Leicester Riders
    4 Nathan Anderson 1 68 F 5 Joel Burns 1 84 G W Michigan 6 Eric Williams 1 93 F Guildford 7 Stedroy Baker 1 80 G 8 Sam Salter 1 75 G Birmingham 9 Cameron Wright 1 77 F 10 Jermaine Gonsalves 1 77 F Loughborough U 11 Darren Mills 1 95 F 12 Michael New 1 95 F Thames Valley 13 Steve McGlothin 1 95 F 14 Amir

    Original URL path: http://www.britball.com/profiles/leicester.html (2016-05-02)
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