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Rocks lose their crown



 
 
 
 
 

 
Scottish Phoenix Honda Record Rocks  83  (29,45,65)  (Je.Williams 28, McGee 17, Perre 16)
TCS Chester Jets  86  (23,51,66)  (McCord 21, Huntley 20, Davis 18)

TCS Chester Jets progressed to the BBL Championship Play-off Semi-finals courtesy of an 86-83 road
success over last season's Play-off champions Scottish Phoenix Honda Record Rocks on Sunday evening.
Rocks enjoyed a 14-3 first quarter tear and led 29-23 heading into the second period, but Jets
turned the game to their advantage in the second stanza to lead by six themselves at 51-45. Jets'
advantage was down to a single point by the end of the third at 66-65 and the game remained close
through the final quarter. Rocks led 82-78 late on, before a Michael Nurse three pointer trimmed the
gap to one point at 82-81 with 1.19 to go. Billy Singleton put Jets ahead at 85-82 with a bucket and
two free throws inside the final minute. Terrance McGee had the chance to bring Rocks back level
after he was fouled by John McCord attempting a three point shot, but he made just one of his shots
from the charity stripe. Singleton bagged another free throw to make it 86-83 and McGee's last gasp 
 three-point attempt, which would have forced overtime, rimmed out. Jerry Williams led all scorers
with 28 for Rocks; John McCord added 21 for Jets.

Westfield Sharks Sheffield  118  (33,57,83)  (Phoenix/Yanders 27, Coleman 21)
Thames Valley Tigers  100  (24,54,75)  (Bailey 25, James 23, Cetnar 16)

Westfield Sharks Sheffield booked themselves a Play-off Semi-final berth for the fourth successive
season with a 118-100 victory over Thames Valley Tigers on Sunday afternoon. Sharks started well,
bagging an impressive 33 first quarter points on their way to a nine-point advantage. However,
Tigers battled back in the second stanza, cutting the gap to just three points at half-time at
57-54. Tigers tied the game at 66-66 midway through the third, only for Sharks to hit a 10-3 burst
to re-take the lead. Their lead peaked at 10 points at 81-71, but Tigers got it back to single
digits by the end of the third at 83-75. The decisive run came midway through the fourth quarter, as
Sharks hit 13 points without reply to lead 99-82 and Tigers could find no way back. Quinton Bailey
led Tigers' scoring with 25 points, topped by Justin Phoenix and Rob Yanders with 27 each.
 


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