AYLESBURY Dux comprehensively beat Stevenage Scorpions seconds 113-52, in this top versus bottom league match.
The first quarter set the tone for the game, with Stevenage reduced to the odd breakaway into the Dux’s half of the court, Aylesbury intercepting their final pass, springing defence into attack and punishing the Scorpions with clinical finishing.
The first quarter ended 26-7 and the second quarter went the same way, with Aylesbury racking up the points to go into the half-time break winning 56-22.
The final two quarters became academic with Aylesbury keeping up the pressure and increasing their lead, while Stevenage’s discipline unravelled and with it any game plan they may have had, reducing them to chasing shadows, fouling and berating the referee in an effort of damage limitation.
The Dux play home games and hold training sessions at Aylesbury High School Sports Hall, Walton Road, Aylesbury. The team’s next game is away to Hatfield Magic on Monday the next training session on Sunday March 4, from 6-8pm.
Aylesbury Dux are always looking to welcome new players.