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Report: Cardiff Archers II 49-85 Bristol Flyers Women

Bristol Flyers Women made it three wins in a row, with a 49-85 victory against Cardiff Archers II.

Archers had the better start, converting some tough shots during the first 15 minutes of play.

Flyers were playing well but unable to finish at the basket. A change of tactics would see the Flyers quickly recover, forcing the Archers into mistakes and creating easy scores.

Confidence now high, the Flyers started to go through their offensive repertoire, scoring from all areas of the floor.

Flyers continued to press in the second-half and eased into a comfortable lead which was never threatened by the Archers .

Once again the points were shared, with Ines Albuquerque, Liisa Juul and Fiona Fox all making significant contributions.

Flyers now head into the weekend against the unbeaten Reading Rockets, a massive game for the Bristol side in their quest for a play-off spot.

The team would really appreciate your support on Saturday. 5.30pm tip-off at SGS WISE Arena.

Stats

Qtr 1: 19 to 12
Qtr 2: 11 to 32
Qtr 3: 10 to 24
Qtr 4: 9 to 17

Albuquerque 23
Juul 20
Fox 19

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