London 107 - Kingston 66

London United resemled an emergency ward in the hospital. Junior Williams, Pete van Elswyck,Mantia Callender are all injured and Jacek Jagodka and Pete Deppisch dressed up only to fulfil required number of players in the scoresheet due to minor injuries.To add to United problems Steve Vear and Valon Grapci were missing for personal reasons.
Depleted United were not in the mood to dwell on their problems in the game against lowly Kingston Wildcats. From the very beginning LU established a commanding lead thanks to 19-0 run in the first 6 minutes of the game. Two original starters Walid Mumuni and Damian Reid lead the charge and the rest of the team very quickly followed suit. Mumuni scored 17 points in the first quarter and terrorised Kingston defence with a combination of long range shooting and rapier like penetrations to the basket. Reid dominated both boards. The game was effectively decided after the first half when United held an unobtainable 30 point lead. In the second half Kingston offered very little or no resistance and United easily found themselves on the right side of the 107-66 result.


London now face a double header weekend against London Capitals on Saturday in Neasden and a home game against Essex and Herts Leopards at Brunel on Sunday 6th March tip off at 4pm. as usual tickets are available on the door at 4.50 and 1.50 juniors.

Points for United:
Salamon 26,Mumuni 20,Reid 15,Machynia 10, Smith 10,Deppisch 8, Jagodka 8,Kubacki 8


+ updated by on February 28, 2005


LATEST NEWS:

London 107 - Kingston 66
Wildcats come to Brunel
LU out of the Trophy
LU's biggest point haul
LU face another double header weekend
MAILING LIST







Home | News | The Team | Juniors | Shop | Message Forum | Mailing List | Links | Contact Us
2004 London United