Cheshire Jets open their season away tomorrow night against Jelson Homes DMU Leicester Riders, and despite the pressures of bringing together a team in such a short space of time, player-coach James Hamilton is confident he can mastermind a surprise result.
Jelson Homes DMU Leicester Riders came from behind with a powerful final quarter performance to defeat Cheshire Jets 85-78 as Cameron Rundles poured in 27 points and both Andrew Sullivan and Ayron Hardy claimed double-doubles. [read more]
There’s a key BBL Championship match-up at John Sandford Sports Centre tonight as Jelson Homes DMU Leicester Riders host the Jets.
While they have only an outside chance of denying Newcastle Eagles the title, Riders can still take the runners-up spot, and they head into the game in fourth place with a 17-7 record. Meanwhile, a pair of wins last weekend has seen Jets move up to eighth place with nine wins from 25 games. [read more]
The Jets are picking themselves up and re-grouping after a disappointing 73-80 defeat to the Leicester Riders, last night at the Northgate Arena. Both sides traded baskets throughout the first quarter but it was the Jets who held a slender one-point lead as the quarter drew to a close with the home side leading 14-13 at the end of the opening period. [read more]
Jelson Homes DMU Leicester Riders completed the semi-final line-up of the BBL Cup thanks to an impressive 74-95 victory over the Cheshire Jets at the Northgate Arena on Sunday evening. [read more]