Road to Mecca IV…Top seeds Royals and Colts win on Friday night

The defending champions Bounty Colts of the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) won their second match of the 2017 National Club Basketball Championships, Road to Mecca IV, on Friday evening at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH) when they eased past Amelia Ward Jets of Linden Amateur Basketball Association (LABA) 65-50 in a very ordinary encounter.

 

 

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Burnett destroys Pacesetters to hand Kobras second win

JUST when it mattered most, Travis ‘The Blur’ Burnett, one of the country’s premier point guards, poured in a tournament-high 41 points against his former club Pacesetters, to lead newcomers Kobras to a 84-64 points win, to keep their ‘final four’ spot alive in this year’s Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) National Club Championships, at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.

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GABF/Coca-Cola Road to Mecca B’ball C/ship bounces off tonight

The 4th edition of the Road to Mecca Basketball championship organised by the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) will bounce tonight with three matches at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH).

 

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Rose Hall Jammers looking stamp authority during Mecca IV

The lone team from the Berbice Amateur Basketball Association (BABA) that will be contesting in the 10 team National Club Championship which is being dubbed “Road to Mecca IV” is Rose Hall Jammers. According to head coach of the Corentyne team, Vibert Garrett, “Rose Hall Jammers are looking to stamp their authority on the competition and show that not only Georgetown and Linden teams can be competitive in local basketball.”

 

 

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Road to Mecca IV launched; 10 clubs will bounce for $600,000 top prize

The Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation’s (GABF) National Club Championships which is dubbed “Road to Mecca IV” was officially launched yesterday at Palm Court. At the small but significant gathering, representatives from the GABF and their respective member associations from Berbice, Linden and Georgetown were present.

 

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