Hunters Win Karl Taylor Plate
Woking Blackhawk Hunters 71 - 53 Woodley Harriers
The season may have been a tough grind for the Hunters, but at least they now have some silverware to show for it.
The Hunters tore through the Woodley Harriers to take home a comfortable win in the Wessex Karl Taylor Plate final on Sunday morning. Woking were led by a tremendous effort on both ends of the floor from Nick Sammut, who scored 24 points and dominated the boards on both sides.
Hunters Demolish Silverbacks in Plate Game
Woking Blackhawk Hunters 79 - 50 Yateley Silverbacks 2
Despite recent struggles, a plate game against a division 3 team was all but a forgone conclusion for the Blackhawks. The Hunters never trailed in this one, taking a double digit lead halfway through the first quarter and never relinquishing it.
Flyers Stop the Stealers
Flyers 62-47 Oxford Stealers
For the last home game of the year and the Flyers were in no mood to lose control of their home court - except that Oxford Stealers did not know the script and from the tip sunk a rapid 3 point basket that caught the home team on the hop.
Flyers Clip the Eagles Wings
Flyers 73:64 Exeter Eagles
Flyers Captain Andre Bayliss walked off court at the end of the game with a smile on his face . His team had just claimed their second home league win with a 9-point margin over Exeter Eagles. Giving them a 4 from 2 record and positioning them mid table in the league.
Flyers Down the Rockets
Woking Blackhawk Flyers 85:60 Reading Rockets
For the first home league game of the season the Flyers hosted league leaders Reading Rockets who had won their first two games against Oxford Stealers and Southampton University.
A tentative start to the game saw the teams exchanging baskets. The Flyers taking a marginal lead during the first quarter, tied at the end of the quarter 16:16 and Rockets taking a one point lead by the middle of the second quarter 24:25.
Hunters Keep Visiting Dogs On The Leash
Woking Blackhawk Hunters 85 - 75 Hungerford Dogs
With a lot of new faces in a lot of new places, the Hunters were keen to get their season off to a good strong start on Thursday night. Only the visiting Hungerford Dogs and their full court defence stood in their way.