Long Road to Plymouth Fails to Put Down the Rebels
Plymouth Rebels 82 – 78 Flyers
The 200mile journey to Plymouth was always going to make this fixture a tough one to crack. The Rebels had gone down by 19 points when they visited Woking, however the home court and a full Plymouth Squad was not going to make this fixture easy.
Flyers Quell the Rebels
Woking Blackhawk Flyers 83 – Plymouth Rebels 64
A dominating performance saw the Flyers take victory in the first game of the New Year. With pivotal members missing due to injury, illness and work commitments, the available squad had to play to their strengths, which they did much to the pleasure of Coach Knode.
Flyers Suffer a Shark Attack
Flyers 60:68 Southampton Sharks
Yet again the Flyers failed to get their first away win of the season. The elusive road win leaves the squad in the middle of the table with a 3w:3L record with two further away games before the Christmas break.
Storm Downs Unhappy Flyers
Flyers 71 – 76 Bristol Storm
Yet again the Flyers failed to take an away victory which was theirs for the taking. Up to half time the Flyers appeared to be cruising to a safe victory over the depleted Bristol Storm.
Flyers Stop the Stealers
Flyers 62-47 Oxford Stealers
For the last home game of the year and the Flyers were in no mood to lose control of their home court - except that Oxford Stealers did not know the script and from the tip sunk a rapid 3 point basket that caught the home team on the hop.