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EABL Top Performers: Game Week 3

With only three games played in this week’s round of EABL fixtures, four players have made it onto the list of this week’s players of the week.

Myerscough College has once again dominated the list of standout players in week three of the EABL (Elite Academy Basketball League), demonstrating their strong performance and determination to reach the EABL Finals. Here are the players who shone in the third week of the competition:

Tyrece Lacey, Myerscough

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Myerscough College secured a convincing victory over SGS College in a game that highlighted their growing momentum. Guard Tyrece Lacey emerged as a vital contributor to the Myerscough team’s success, recording an impressive stat line with 11 points, 11 assists, four rebounds, and four steals. Notably, Lacey has tallied more than ten assists for two consecutive games, showcasing his elite playmaking abilities. His teammate, Daniel Nwauzu, praised Lacey saying: ‘He’s making the game easier for all of us on the team.”

Kobe Hill, SGS College

Despite the SGS College’s challenging game against Myerscough in week three, Kobe Hill displayed an outstanding individual performance that added some positivity to their game. With just four minutes left in the fourth quarter, SGS College was trailing by almost 30 points, with the score at 82-55. Hill, however, managed to reduce the deficit to a more respectable 88-73 in less than a minute, thanks to his three three-pointers. Hill concluded the game with 19 points and three rebounds, building on his remarkable 29-point performance against Manchester Magic in the previous week.

Daniel Nwauzu, Myerscough

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Following his exclusive interview with EliteScholars, Daniel Nwauzu continued to impress in the EABL, delivering a stellar performance with 22 points and 14 rebounds. Nwauzu emphasized that his scoring primarily comes from offensive rebounds and taking on opponents with his athleticism, especially against larger players. He also credited his success to playing alongside some of the best guards in the country, who frequently set him up for easy baskets both inside and beyond the perimeter. Nwauzu’s early-season success has instilled confidence that he and his team can compete on all fronts, including securing a spot in the EABL Finals.

Will Taylor, Itchen College

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Will Taylor showcased a flawless display as Itchen College convincingly defeated Copleston College with a score of 58-80. The 6ft9 forward has been a dominant presence throughout the season, averaging 15 points, eight rebounds, and two assists. In this particular game, Taylor had an outstanding performance, contributing 24 points, with 11 of those points coming in the crucial third quarter, enabling Itchen College to establish a commanding 17-point lead heading into the final quarter. Taylor’s impact extended to the defensive end, where he secured nine defensive rebounds and three steals. Taylor and the Itchen team are now looking ahead to their upcoming game against Canterbury Academy on November 18th.

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