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Ipswich Basketball Club round-up: Ethan Price drops 39 points as Under-18 Men battle back to win

PUBLISHED: 14:57 26 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:57 26 February 2018

Ipswich's Ethan Price scored 39 in a come from behind win. Picture: PAVEL KRICKA

Ipswich's Ethan Price scored 39 in a come from behind win. Picture: PAVEL KRICKA


The Under-16 Girls completed their weekend with a routine 97-41 win over Oaklands Wolves on Sunday, blowing the game open in the second half behind 34 points from Esther Little and 26 from Cameron Taylor-Willis, writes Rob Schatten.

Ethan Price poured in 39 points to lead the Under-18 Men to victory in an ill-tempered clash at East Herts Royals. Ipswich trailed by eight at the half but coach Noel Lambert’s galvanised troops wore down their opponents in the fourth quarter to win 98-76.

Adam Robinson’s Under-16 Boys took a comfortable home win over London Youngblood Nitros 94-38, with Jacob Morgan (18 points) the top scorer. Joe Winder added 16 and Danny Manning 14.

The Under-14 Girls beat Norfolk Iceni 41-61 in a slow-paced game behind 34 points from Cup winners Alicia Boddy and Makenna Williams, but an improved Under-14 Boys suffered another tight defeat, going down 69-65 to Chelmsford Lions.

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