Saturday 21st January
Manchester Mystics U16 93-66 Ipswich – Cup Final
The Manchester Mystics U16 were crowned U16 Girls National Cup Champions after victory in the Final against Ipswich on Saturday morning at the National Basketball Performance Centre.
MVP honours went to Mystics’ Irene Oboavwoduo, the talented guard closed with a team-high 23 points (10/16 FGs) to go with six rebounds, five assists and four steals, supported by 18 points by Elizandra Costa plus 14 points and six steals from Alexandra Hernandez.
Up next for Mystics U16 is an away game against Leicester Riders on Saturday 4th February at 1:00pm.
Manchester Magic U16 71–64 London Lions – Cup Final
The Manchester Magic U16 were crowned U16 Boys National Cup Champions after victory in the Final against London Lions on Saturday afternoon at the National Basketball Performance Centre.
MVP honours went to Magic captain Jack Walton, who had a team-high 17 points to go with five assists, five steals and three rebounds. Ronney Ani added 14 points, Spike Noden had 13, and Demi Babaloba went to work on the glass to collect 10 rebounds to go with nine points.
Up next for Magic U16 is a home game against in-house rivals Trafford Magic U16 on Saturday 28th January at 12:30pm.
Sunday 22nd January
Manchester Met Mystics 59–80 Sevenoaks Suns
The Manchester Met Mystics moved to 0-10 in the WBBL championship after a home loss against Sevenoaks Suns at Platt Lane on Sunday afternoon.
Up next for Mystics WBBL is an away game at against Oaklands Wolves on Saturday 28th January at 4:15pm.
York Eagles 22-103 Manchester Mystics U14
Manchester Mystics U14 moved to 11-0 in the North 1 after an away win against York Eagles on Sunday afternoon.
Up next for Mystics U14 was an away game against Liverpool on Saturday 28th January at 12:30pm.
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