Game 1 – Scotland vs Northern Ireland
Scotland started their BUCS Home Nations Tournament with an easy win, securing an 85-55 victory.
The outcome was never in doubt as Scotland jumped out to a 24-5 lead in the first 5 minutes, dominating the undersized Northern Ireland squad.
Captain Mark Reynolds finished with 28 points to lead the Scots, whilst Callum Nicol had 16 and Rowan Kane added 14.
Darryl Shazier led Northern Ireland with 32, but got little help as the next leading scorer was Marty McDonald with 7.
Game 2 – England vs Wales
England left no doubt that they are the team to beat in the tournament with a 92-34 demolishing of Wales.
An underwhelming first half still saw England up 49-23, but a defensive clinic where they held the Welsh side to just three points in 15 and a half minutes between the third and fourth quarter asserted their dominance of the game.
A balanced scoring effort saw all 12 players get on the scoresheet for England led by 13 each from Jamell Anderson, Zach Gachette and Louis Sayers. John Stewart joined them in double figures with 10, whilst Damian Cope and Jack Thompson added 8 each.
Wales were led by Winnet’s 8 points whilst Ioan Nickson added 7.
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