Members of the championship team left to right; Adam Smith, Dave Banfield, Jeff Cluney, Ig Parsons, Colin McNeil, Paul Kelly Mike Pope and John Madden In a friendly basketball tournament two Metro Basketball teams faced off in the Championship game. The result Lower Canada team #2 downed Lower Canada team #1 72-61 Top scorers for the winners were
M5 won the opening game of the best of three Metro Basketball final series Thursday night. M5 get by ACW Law 59-53. Mike Fudge led the winners with a 15 point effort while Jeff Locked added 12 and Bill Hurley Junior chipped in with 11. Paul Morgan had a 19 point performance
The Metro Basketball League playoffs begin tonight at the Waterford Valley High with two games on. At seven o’clock Fougere Menchenton go against ACW Law. The eight o’clock game has Team Kielly against Sundance. Swilers and M5 have byes in the first round of the playoffs. Meanwhile John Madden of
ACW Law downed Team Kielly 69-55 in Metro Basketball play. Colin McNeill scored 28 points and Leon Peddle backed him upo with 25. Jason Ryan had 19 points for the Kielly team and Brian Kielly added 18. Swilers were 45-38 winners over Fougere Menchenton Architects 38 Colin Freake paced the winners with 14. Darrell
Don Hurley’s 23 points paced Fougere Menchenton Architect’s to a 51-40 win over Sundance in Metro Basketball League play. Brad Drover had 17 points for the losers. Mike Provencher had 17 points and Brian Kielly added 16 and Team Kielly downed Swilers 59-54. Cory Freake had 24 points for Swilers. Mark Dawson
There are three Metro Basketball League games on Thursday at the Provincial Training Center. The seven o’clock matchup has M5 meeting ACW Law. At eight Team Kielly will face Fougere Menchenton And the nine o clock game sees Swilers playing Sundance.
The Metro Basketball League has no games scheduled for Tuesday . The league’s leading scorer is John Madden of Team Kielly. He has played in 16 games and is averaging 17.3 points per game. Second place is being held down by Paul Morgan of ACW law who has played 18 games and is averaging 13.5
The Metro Basketball League has three games set for Thursday night at the Provincial Training Center. At seven o clock Team Kielly plays M5 and thats followed at eight with a game between Sundance and Fougere Menchenton. The nine o clock game sees Swilers playing ACW Law.
Darryl Budgell scored 21 points leading Swilers to a 49-40 win over Fougere Menchenton Architects in one of two Metro Basketball League games Thursday night. Don Hurley hooped 12 points for the losers. In a second game Brad Drover netted 20 points and Dave Banfield added 12 as Sundance came away with a 54-49
ACW Law handed M5 just their fourth loss of the season in Metro Basketball play as they beat M5 51-39. Leon Peddle the big man in this game with 20 points for the winners. Paul Morgan added 14. Mike Fudge had 16 points for the losers. Sundance improved to 10-5 as they handed Fougere Menchenton