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Report: Bristol Flyers 72-92 Worcester Wolves

Bristol Flyers suffered their first pre-season defeat as Worcester Wolves came out 72-92 winners at the SGS WISE Arena on Saturday night.

The away side edged the early proceedings, going on a 10-2 run capped off by a three-point-play from Trevor Setty.

Worcester’s lead extended beyond double digits as the visitors took control to open a 21 point lead at half-time.

Flyers began to build some momentum in the second half with a pair of scores to force an early Wolves timeout. However the visitors’ hot shooting would continue, as Setty and Marek Klassen combined for 49 points to keep the hosts at bay.

Flyers were led by Brandon Boggs' 19 points and five rebounds off the bench, whilst Lovell Cook and Leslee Smith were the only starters to score in double figures with 18 and 11 points respectively.


Flyers will be hoping for a stronger performance when they travel to Worcester for their final pre-season game on Monday night.

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