Clark Eriksson Fury 46 Glasgow Rocks 112

Bryan Munnoch was in good form this weekend
Bryan Munnoch was in good form this weekend

Scotland’s national league champions’ meeting with the country’s only professional side went according to the script.

Sterling Davis’ men were far too strong for the home side with some excellent three-point shooting killing off any hopes of a shock in the BBL Trophy.

Although, it was on for around two minutes of the match when a Bryan Munnoch three-pointer had the Falkirk side ahead before the BBL team kicked into gear.

Rocks duo Tayo Ogedengbe and Danny Huffor had the scoring touch from outside the zone and by the halfway stage they had scored almost half their sides’ points as the Rocks led convincingly 64-25.

Fury of course were depleted by the absense of Jonny Bunyan from their ranks - playing for his pro-side against his father and brother at Fury – and he sank some more from outside the zone to hurt his hometown team at Grangemouth.

All was not lost though, with Bunyan out Bryan Munnoch had extended minutes and rounded off well with some well taken scores, but Ogedengbe put some gloss on the victory by scoring some crowd pleasing dunks to register triple figures on the scoreboard and ease his side into the next stage over the amateur Fury side.