Corvus' Scotts to the double
CORVUS Cornixs' Scott Ingrund and Scott Williamson clinched a knife edge win for the Royston basketball team on Friday night. Nathan Wilson started the game brightly and his many key defensive and offensive rebounds helped Corvus to a 20-point lead. Facu
CORVUS Cornixs' Scott Ingrund and Scott Williamson clinched a knife edge win for the Royston basketball team on Friday night.
Nathan Wilson started the game brightly and his many key defensive and offensive rebounds helped Corvus to a 20-point lead.
Faculty fought back with some good team play to turn the Corvus defence inside out in the second period to pull back to 30-25, and they levelled things up after the next two quarters to 68-68 each with just seconds to play.
Unfortunately for the Enfield side a loss of discipline put Williamson on to the foul line and despite a considerable amount of opposition sledging Williamson showed nerves of steel and slotted the two free throws to give the Royston team a two point victory.
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Corvus play Manila United next Friday, September 25, and with some key players missing, face a stiff challenge.
Training sessions are run at the Royston Leisure centre on Thursday nights and all ages and skill levels are welcome.
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