- National Teams
The Junior Final Fours return this weekend for the first time in three years after the past two were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taking place at the National Basketball Performance Centre in Manchester, the Under-18, Under-16 and Under-14 boys and girls will battle it out for the right to be called national champions.
It is Manchester and Richmond who will battle it out in three of the six finals, with the Magic representing in another two to be at least runners up in five of the six junior competitions in the 2021-22 season.
All finals will be live streamed and the links can be found here.
Sunday 1st May Schedule
10am U16 Girls Final – Manchester Mystics vs Richmond Knights
12:15pm U16 Boys Final – Manchester Magic vs London Legends
2:30pm U18 Womens Final – Ipswich vs CoLA Southwark Pride
2:30pm U14 Boys Final – Manchester Magic vs Richmond Knights
4:45pm U18 Mens Final – Manchester Magic vs London Westside Rangers
4:45pm U14 Girls Final – Manchester Mystics vs Richmond Knights
London Westside Rangers held off a late charge to defeat Manchester Magic 73-66 to claim the Under-18 Men’s title.
Jermaine Wilson-Tra picked up MVP honours after a 24-point, 8-rebound, 5-steal effort.
Manchester Magic 62-46 City of London Academy
Team Solent Kestrels 80-88 London Westside Rangers
City of London Academy added more silverware to their history after a dominant 77-46 success over Ipswich.
City of London Academy 76-35 Reading Rockets
Ipswich 87-70 Team Solent Kestrels
Manchester Magic were crowned Under-16 Boys National champions after beating London Legends 80-56 behind a huge 40-point performance from Matthew Goodwin.
Richmond Knights 65-76 London Legends
Manchester Magic 84-51 Manchester Giants
Manchester Mystics held on for a 58-51 win over Richmond Knights to claim the Under-16 Girls National title.
Rose Piskorska picked up the MVP award after finishing with eight points, 11 rebounds and six assists in the win.
Richmond Knights 65-41 GCA Haringey Angels
Manchester Mystics 73-57 Bristol Academy Flyers
Richmond Knights took the U14 boys national title with a 68-60 win over Manchester Magic in the final.
Tejan Rugette capped a standout weekend with 42 points & 15 rebounds for MVP honours.
Baltic Stars London 55-78 Richmond Knights
Sussex Storm 80-89 Manchester Magic
Manchester Mystics U14s claimed their club’s third title of the day as they beat Richmond Knights 90-75.
MVP honours went to Manchester’s Irene Oboavwoduo after she dropped 40 points, 13 rebounds and six assists. Captain Maisie Keyes added 26 points to go with seven assists and seven boards.
Manchester Mystics 95-24 Ipswich
Richmond Knights 55-51 Leicester Riders