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Schoolaz handle Young Stars

 Randy Greenidge and Ashton DuMurrell scored 17 points each and Nathan Lewis connected on four three pointers to finish with 12 points, as the Ministry of Sports Schoolaz team defeated Sangre Grande Young Stars 79-55 in the Men’s Division Mackeson Super 10 Basketball League game at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex on Sunday night.

The Ministry of Sports team led throughout the encounter to clinch their second win in seven games.

The scores were 25-9 after the first period, 47-22 at half-time and 57-38 after three session of play as Grande slumped to their eighth loss in nine games.

For Sangre Grande, forward Joel Hamilton was the only player in double figures with ten points.

In other results, Detour Shak Attack defeated Sangre Grande 77-57 on Saturday night while in the Women’s Division, the defending champions Brian Chase Academy defeated Colours 55-47.  

The Academy lead led 13-9 after the first quarter and opened up a 28-17 half-time lead. However, Colours outscored their opponents 18-17 but it still was not good enough to deny the reigning champions their first win of the season.

Centre Afeisha Noel led the way with 20 points for the winners, while forward Tequana Cox also netted 20 for Colours. 

Schoolaz will take the court at Jean Pierre Complex tonight against Detour Shak Attack at 8:30 p.m. while Colours and Police will square off in the 7 p.m. clash.


Today’s Super10 fixtures


At Jean Pierre Complex

Colours vs Police (Women), 7 p.m.

Detour Shak Attack vs MoS Schoolaz (Men), 8.30 p.m.

 

Mackeson Super10 standings

 

Men’s Teams GP W L Pts

 

1. Caledonia Clippers 7 6 1 13

2. Valencia Heat 7 5 2 12

3. The University of TT 6 4 2 10

4. Maloney Pacers 6 4 2 10

5. Petro Jazz 5 5 0 10

6. Sangre Grande All Stars 9 1 8 10

7. Police Sports Club 7 2 5 9

8. Diego Martin All Stars 7 2 5 9

9. MoS Schoolaz 7 2 5 9

10. Detour Shak Attack 4 4 0 8

11. Defence Force 4 4 0 8

12. JCW Quarters United 5 1 4 6

13. Mackeson Monarchs 6 0 6 6

 

NB: Defence Force have not played since January 10, 2014 after the Defence Force withdrew the team.

 

Women’s Teams GP W L Pts

 

1. Police SC 2 1 1 3

2. Brian Chase Academy 2 1 1 3

3. Colours 1 1 0 2

4. Quarters Utd 1 1 0

5. Courts Horizon 1 0 1 1

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