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Basketball: Haringey Hawks drive for five!

PUBLISHED: 09:30 13 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:36 13 October 2017

Haringey Hawks under-18s

Haringey Hawks under-18s

Archant

Haringey Hawks celebrated wins in all five of their fixtures at the weekend to continue their positive start to the season.

The under-16s won their third South Premier League game when defeating NASSA 61-44 and are unbeaten at the top of the table.

The under-14s beat West Herts Warriors 92-52, while the under-18s defeated their rivals 85-57.

And two cup wins followed on Sunday, as the defending champion under-16s beat Surrey Rams 79-31 and the under-18s saw off London Newham Lions 85-37.

Coach Franck Batimba said: “It was a very busy weekend and some players actually played four games as I like to play them up an age group for development.

“I was happy for my players. The boys worked hard and deserved to win all the games. We still have a lot of work to do but I am excited as we can only get better.”

The under-16s visit Sussex Bears on Saturday, as the under-18s visit Brent Ballers.

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