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Report: Worcester Wolves 78-76 Bristol Flyers

Flyers fell to their second straight defeat in the BBL as Worcester Wolves edged a tight game at the Worcester University Arena.

Like last week, Flyers were sluggish in the early stages finding themselves 10 down as the fourth quarter began. The Bristol side managed to somehow drag themselves back into the game, a 10-2 run helping them take the lead with 1:19 left on the clock.

Spurred on by a great crowd at the Worcester University Arena, the home side gave it one final push and secured the victory their performance probably deserved.

Wolves were led by an emphatic performance by new signing Pavol Losonsky with a huge double-double of 29 points and 16 rebounds.

Paul James’ side have somewhat of a hoodoo over Coach K’s men - Flyers are now 0-4 in the BBL versus Wolves having lost all three meetings in the league between the sides last season.

Cardell McFarland top-scored again for Flyers with 24 points whilst Mathias Seilund picked up his own double-double of 21 points and 12 rebounds.

Flyers will be hoping for a stronger start when they look to pick up their first win of the season at home to Cheshire Phoenix tomorrow night – click here to buy tickets online.

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