Inter organisation basketball quarterfinal bounces off tonight

VP Sports Update Inter Organisation Basketball League quarterfinal round bounces off tonight at the Burnham Court from 19:00 hrs.

Neal & Massy will play Starr Computers, while Son Son Barber shop will take on Bryden & Fernandes. Neal & Massy, the Independence Knockout champions, topped group A of the tournament with six points without a loss while the barbers got second with four points and a loss.

On the other hand, Bryden & Fernandes, runners up to Neal & Massy in the Independence Knockout championships, led Group B with four points and a loss while Starr Computers had the same amount of points and a loss but suffered defeat at the hands of Bryden & Fernandes.

The second round of quarterfinal matches will begin on July 22 at the same venue.

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