Hunters Slay the Phantoms – ‘Devons Heaven with Forty Seven’

Blackhawk Hunters 108:73 Farnborough Phantoms

Unbeaten in their first two league games , the third game of the season saw the  Blackhawk Hunters travel to Farnborough Phantoms to compete in the first round of the Karl Taylor Cup.

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Hunters Open Their Season With A Win

Woking Blackhawk Hunters 80 - 54 Windsor Warriors

The Hunters went on the road against Windsor to tip off the 2017/18 season.

Hunters Lose in Overtime Thriller

vs Silverbacks

Woking Blackhawk Hunters 79 - 83 Yateley Silverbacks

 

Despite 28 points from James Wildsmith and 26 from Nick Sammut, the home team did not have enough to take the win home. The Hunters started with a blistering 31-point 1st quarter, but the visitors clamped down on defense and held the Blackhawks to just 39 points for the rest of regular time. Wildsmith willed his squad into overtime, but no further.

Hunters Fall to Comets

Hunters 54 - 79 South Bucks Comets

 

Woking held their own incredibly well for the first half of this game, but ultimately fell to the visiting South Bucks team.

All scorers:

Dave Nuttall - 16

James Wildsmith - 11

Nick Sammut - 11

Ady Jayaram - 7

Alex BP - 5

Vince Elwick - 2

Harris Porter - 2

 

Woking Take Dominant Win Vs Aztec Jaguars

Woking Blackhawk Hunters 93 - 62 Aztec Jaguars

The Hunters lost to the Aztecs by a single point back on a freezing cold night in November. It felt good to avenge that loss.

Woking led this game from start to finish, increasing their lead with each quarter. Alex Braine-Porter was everywhere to start the game, hitting 2 3-pointers and disrupting the oposition with blocks and steals galore. Nick Sammut backed him up with some strong moves and put backs under the basket. Before anyone knew it, the Hunters were up by double digits within the first 5 minutes of the game.

Hunters Score Away Win Vs Farnborough

Hunters 69 - 59 Farnborough Phantoms

 

A shorthanded Hunters team made short work of the Farnborough Phantoms, getting a much needed league win. James Wildmsith led the team with 23 points. Dave Nuttall added 20 and Nick Sammut had 14. 

All scorers:

James Wildsmith - 23

Dave Nuttall - 20

Nick Sammut - 16

Sam Cane - 6

Vince Elwick - 5

Ady Jayaram - 4