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Posted Tuesday, November 27th 2018

Women’s report: Southwark Pride 51-78 Bristol Flyers

Bristol Flyers Women continued their winning streak with victory over Southwark Pride away from home.

Rebecca Cantin put the first points on the board for Flyers, which Southwark responded to with two points of their own, but then the Flyers took off. Holding Southwark to only four points in the quarter, Bigica, Ward and Juul all making big shots to finish the quarter, 23-4.

Southwark came out determined in the second period and quickly put up five points. Fox and Bigica followed up with two more shots but Southwark hit back with another 5-0 run. Cantin responded with four points of her own before the half. 20-32.

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Cantin kept up her energy with four more points, followed by Ward who added another five. The Flyers went on a run of eighteen points before Southwark managed to draw a foul for two shots, of which Sandie scored one. Ward finished off the quarter with a three-pointer, one of three she made during the game. 30-62.

In the final quarter, the Flyers kept their composure against a desperate Southwark team. However it still wasn’t enough with McDonald, Tattersall and Juul all getting points on the board before the final buzzer. Final score 51-78.

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