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Scottish Basketball League Men’s Div 1 Review 2014-15 | Week 8 & 9; Blaze keep pressure on unbeaten top two!

After a busy two weeks of league action Falkirk and St Mirren remain perfect at the top of the table, both having won their opening 8 contests. Elsewhere, Boroughmuir keep their hot streak alive to keep the pressure on the top 2. Only 2 points separate Tayside in 5th from Glasgow University in 12th position.

Results

09/11/14 Edinburgh University SM 76-48 Troon Tornadoes SM
08/11/14 Boroughmuir Blaze SM 91-47 Stirling Knights SM
08/11/14 Tayside Musketeers SM 68-81 St Mirren West College Scotland SM
08/11/14 City of Edinburgh Kings SM 64-89 Glasgow University SM
08/11/14 Glasgow Rocks SM 89-90 Dunfermline Reign SM
07/11/14 Clark Eriksson Fury SM 81-67 Glasgow Storm SM
02/11/14 Tayside Musketeers SM 60-64 Troon Tornadoes SM
02/11/14 Glasgow Storm SM 51-59 City of Edinburgh Kings SM
01/11/14 Glasgow University SM 55-75 Boroughmuir Blaze SM
01/11/14 Dunfermline Reign SM 66-84 Edinburgh University SM
01/11/14 Glasgow Rocks SM 62-86 Clark Eriksson Fury SM
31/10/14 St Mirren West College Scotland SM 88-83 Troon Tornadoes SM
31/10/14 Stirling Knights SM 62-65 Tayside Musketeers SM
29/10/14 Stirling Knights SM 64-62 Glasgow University SM

Table

POS P W D L F A +- PTS
1 Clark Eriksson Fury 8 8 0 0 621 467 154 16
2 St Mirren West College Scotland 8 8 0 0 698 580 118 16
3 Boroughmuir Blaze 7 6 0 1 513 414 99 13
4 City of Edinburgh Kings 8 5 0 3 555 508 47 13
5 Tayside Musketeers 9 3 0 6 548 659 -111 12
6 Edinburgh University 7 4 0 3 494 414 80 11
7 Stirling Knights 8 3 0 5 516 580 -64 11
8 Glasgow Storm 8 3 0 5 564 556 8 11
9 Troon Tornadoes 9 2 0 7 561 638 -77 11
10 Glasgow Rocks 8 2 0 6 541 622 -81 10
11 Dunfermline Reign 8 2 0 6 511 630 -119 10
12 Glasgow University 8 2 0 6 499 553 -54 10

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