Flyers sink to Doncaster

Woking started brightly and matched Doncaster's intensity in the first 5 minutes, despite the partisan crowd creating a really favourable atmosphere for the home Eagles.

Doncaster rallied after the Blackhawks' initial punch and fought back with strong transition offence and perimeter shooting to gain them a 23 point lead going in to the half. 

Woking looked dejected at times in the 2nd quarter however they stayed together and came out to play to start the 3rd. Some smart passing, fantastic shooting and a new found composure, absent from the 2nd quarter, whittled the lead down to as few as 14 and the Blackhawks appeared galvanised.

Sadly the comeback was short lived and injuries to their two big men, Jake Ireland and Jim Grainger, halted any fight back from an already very undersized team. The two Woking bigs battled hard all day and held their own for periods against taller and stronger opposition, a valiant display considering they were playing out of position and have done all season long. 

Doncaster's impressive outside shooting and athleticism were on full display in the 4th as they turned the screw to extend their lead to a comfortable 35 points. 

Woking acquitted themselves well and were able to take many positives from the game, however they were ultimately undone by their lack of size and beaten by a