Flow record first win in Business Basketball League

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It was celebration time for newbies Flow as they recorded their first win in the ongoing Cool and Smooth Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association (ABBA) Business League on Wednesday night at the JSC Sports Complex.

Playing in the feature match of the quadruple-header, Flow, led by Minister of Sports, Daryll Matthew, with 15 points defeated Antigua and Barbuda Airport Authority (ABAA) United, 36-29.

Matthew was assisted by Shamari Bascus who chipped in with 10 points while Airport’s Evans Jones sank 11 points and Joel Christian, 10.

Former champions, Kennedys remain as the only undefeated team in the league this season.

Kennedys trounced Dadli Designs, 72-55 to push their undefeated record to 8-0.

National player, Xavier “Xman” Meade had a game high 20 points for the victors while teammate and national junior player, Lincoln Weekes, netted 13 points.

Dadli’s, Steadroy “Happy” Graham, had 14 points while teammates, Reginald “Reggie” Barnes and Jamar Bird contributed with 12 and 11 points in a losing effort.

In the other matches played that night, Sandals edged out Fitzroy Rewinding, 69-58, while Antigua and Barbuda International Institute of Technology (ABIIT) went under to Eye Mobile Vision Care, 66-51.

Devorn Benjamin was the leading scorer for Sandals with 25 points while teammates, Keroi “Dragon” Lee and Adissa “Rass-I” Harris sank 24 and 10 points respectively.

Fitzroy’s Eric Joseph netted 24 points while teammates, Nkenge “Beef” Drew and Akeem Davis had 11 and 10 points.

Bernard Andrew had 24 points for Eye Mobile while ABIIT’s Bokeem Murrell netted 21 points in a losing effort.

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