Basketball: London Youngblood Lions Cubs under-14s thrash Norwich Iceni in National League

PUBLISHED: 16:00 12 December 2017

London Youngbloods Lions Cubs under-14s face the camera (pic: LYLC)

London Youngbloods Lions Cubs under-14s face the camera (pic: LYLC)


National Under-14s League: London Youngbloods Lions Cubs 109 Norwich Iceni 36

London Youngblood Lions Cubs under-14s racked up an emphatic 109-36 at home to Norfolk Iceni in their latest National League clash.

After winning the tip, Youngbloods scored the opening basket of the match and never looked back from there.

Though Iceni had some good periods of play, Cubs held a 23-9 advantage by the end of the first quarter.

Youngbloods continued to impress in the second period and moved up a gear with their performance.

It allowed the Cubs to extend their lead as they took a 49-18 advantage into the interval.

To their credit, Norwich’s heads did not drop, but Youngbloods maintained their dominance in the second half.

Cubs led 79-24 by the end of the third quarter, with the victory all but guaranteed heading into the final period.

Youngbloods did not take their foot off the gas in the fourth quarter as they rounded out a fine win.

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