Two-time defending champions Bounty Colts look and have been unbeatable so far in the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation’s (GABF) National Club Championships dubbed ‘Road to Mecca V’ as they won their fifth straight Group A, round-robin game at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH) to book their semifinal spot.
Colts were in their usual devastating form on Sunday night and Berbice’s lone representative in the championship, Canje Knights, were not spared as they received a thumping in the match that finished 99-45. Shane Webster was once again the high-point man with 20 points for Colts.
The action on Sunday evening at the CASH also saw Kobras defeating Pacesetters 82-79 to stay in contention for a playoff spot, while Republic Bank Nets defeated Jets 86-80 and Ravens comfortably got past Bulls 73-66 to also stay on course for a playoff spot in tournament.
Pelham Doris sunk 24 points to lead Nets to a their six-point win over Jets, while Darcel Harris and Dominic Vincente both netted 14 points to boost Ravens’ playoff hope in the seven-point win over Bulls.
Not surprisingly, Travis Burnett was the main man with 22 points in Kobras’ triumph over Pacesetters.
Mecca V continues tomorrow at CASH with three matches and there is over $2million in prize money up for grabs in the competition with the grand cash prize of $600,000 to be received by the Champions when the competition concludes on April 28th. The runners up will pocket $400,000 and 3rd place finishers will receive $200,000.
In addition, the MVP will pocket $200,000, player with the most points, most rebounds and most improved player will each receive $100,000.
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