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‘One Guyana’ Basketball League: Eagles, Ravens, Kobras bag victories

The spanking new Basketball Court at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue was a hive of activity over the weekend with play continuing in the ‘One Guyana’ Basketball Premier League organized by the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA).
In winners’ circle on the fourth night of competition were Stabroek Eagles, Campbellville Ravens and Bagotstown Kobras.
Compliments of a stellar 32-point performance from renowned player and team captain Travis Belgrave, Stabroek Eagles were lifted to an 88-41 victory over Leonora D-Up Stars.
Belgrave’s campaign included 11 rebounds, while teammate Denzel Ross accumulated 17 points, inclusive of 6 rebounds and 6 steals, to help propel Eagles to the massive 47-point win.

A look at the ‘One Guyana’ basketball action (File Photo)

All-round team performance saw Kitty/Campbellville Ravens trouncing the North Ruimveldt Caimans by more than 50 points. Captain Dominic Vincente led from the front in netting 25 points, while Shamaar Huntley racked up 21 points and 5 steals.
Caimans’ Chris Tucker was the standout player for that team, netting 20 of their 30 points.
Kobra’s Jude Corlette also joined the party, registering 18 points, inclusive of 8 rebounds and 5 dunks. The powerful individual performances led Kobras to a 95-30 victory over their opponents.
On the other hand, A close encounter between Bagotstown/ Prospect Kobras and the University of Guyana (UG) Trojans saw the former edging the tertiary institution 72-70 in a nail-biting game. On the back of a 29-point game from captain Carlos Edwards, including three 3s and 18 rebounds, Kobras managed to hold on to a slim lead throughout the game. Kobra’s Elijah David also contributed a handsome 18 points and 5 rebounds.
For the losers, Kadeem Peterkin was UG’s shining star, netting 24 points, including 3 three and 8 rebounds.
The ‘One Guyana’ Basketball Premier League, supported by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport (MCYS); the National Sports Commission (NSC) and G-Boats Guyana, is set to continue this Saturday, September 9th, at the same venue.