Ovals remain on top, Steelers edge out Travelers

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Former champions, F and G Trading Cuties Ovals Ojays continue to make an impressive run in the Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association (ABBA) Division 1 league, trouncing HomeTech Systems Outlaws, 105-68 on Sunday night at the JSC Sports Complex.
Ojays dominated from the starting whistle leaving no chance for Outlaws to gain composure and get back into the contest.
They were led by former national player, Marlon “Buju” Charles who sank 19 points, five of which were three-point bombers.
He was assisted by national players, Kareem “Macky” Edwards and Devorn Benjamin who both had 17 points.
New addition, Mario “Axel” Davis chipped in with 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
Teammates, Olivee Morris and Mahijah Davis contributed with 11 points and 10 assists and 10 points and nine rebounds.
Outlaws’ Kevin “Pumpkin” Roberts had a game high 28 points and seven rebounds.
Andrew “Puss” Venture chipped in with 15 points while teammate, Michael Xavier had 11 points and eight rebounds.
Ojays continue to sit at the top of the 9-team table with an 11-1 record while Outlaws now hold a 6-6 record.
Newbies, Potters Steelers picked up another victory edging out Freetown Travelers 79-70.
CBA player, Joshua Minner led the charge for Steelers netting 30 points and grabbing nine rebounds.
He was assisted by Felix Hamilton who sank 22 points and had eight assists and Benny Iko who chipped in with 13 points and 16 rebounds.
Former national player, Morlon “Little” Davis had a game high 36 points, nine rebounds and five assists with teammate, Humroy Wright sinking 11 and grabbing five rebounds in a losing effort.
Potters now hold a 7-4 record while Travelers have a record of two wins and 10 losses.  

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