Victory Valley Royals stay unbeaten after crushing Retrieve Raiders

Half Mile Bulls secured their fifth win in the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) Open basketball tournament after whipping Amelia’s Ward Jets 68-46 on Saturday at the MSC ground.

Victory Valley Royals ended the first round undefeated crushing top seed Retrieve Raiders 98-72 on Friday.

Orlando Glasgow top scored for the Royals with 31 points while Harold Adams and Chris Williams notched 19 and 15 points each.

For Retrieve Raiders, Neil Marks scored 18 points while Keon Cameron and Dauwin Lovell added 16 and 13 points respectively.

In another fixture, Bankers Trust Falcons secured their second win of the event, edging Block 22 Flames 63-57. J. Gilkes top scored in the win with 15 points while Akeel Primo and Stephan Duncan added 11 and nine points each.

For Block 22 Flames, Selwyn Henry and J. Waldron tallied 16 and 11 points respectively. The event continues today at the same venue with another doubleheader.

At 18:30hrs, Royals will match skills with Bankers Trust Falcons while Retrieve Raiders will lock horns with Amelia’s Ward Jets at 20:30hrs.


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