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Inverness City Lions lose undefeated Division Two record at hands of Glasgow University B


By Will Clark


Inverness City Lions’ undefeated record came off the tracks as head coach John Kerray described their 72-64 defeat against Glasgow University B as a train wreck.

However an 89-69 win against Glasgow City in the first game of their weekend double header put them back to the top of Scottish Division Two.

Ralph Panlilio was Inverness City Lions’ top player against Glasgow University B, scoring 10 points in the 72–64 defeat.
Ralph Panlilio was Inverness City Lions’ top player against Glasgow University B, scoring 10 points in the 72–64 defeat.

Two games in two days saw Inverness record a 20-point win over Glasgow City at Tollcross Swimming Centre on Saturday.

But they were unable to return north with maximum points after losing at the University of Glasgow to the annoyance of Kerray.

“We had a good game against Glasgow City on Saturday where all of our players contributed on court,” he said.

“We played as a team and stuck to the plan on offence.

“Sunday should have been much of the same but it was a train wreck.

“We started well and were controlling the game going into half time.

“But we came out flat after half time, compared to the Uni team who where super motivated and played some nice basketball."

Read more in today's Highland News.



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