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Flyers' Potential BBL Trophy Quarter-Final Opponents Revealed

The Quarter-Final draw of the 2016/17 BBL Trophy competition has been made.

Bristol Flyers will face an away tie against the winner of Leeds Force and Cheshire Phoenix should they make it past Reading Rockets in the first round of the BBL Trophy.

The race to reach the 2017 Basketball Trophy Finals at the Emirates Arena on Sunday, March 19th begins in early January.

As well as top flight clubs, the 2017 BBL Trophy also includes a number of other non-BBL sides looking to cause a giant-killing - including the likes of Reading Rockets, Essex Leopards, Boroughmuir Blaze and Derby Trailblazers.

Full BBL Trophy Quarter-Final Draw

Force or Phoenix v Rockets or Flyers
Leopards or Giants v Blaze or Raiders
Lions or Scorchers v Wolves or Sharks
Rocks or Riders v Trailblazers or Eagles

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