Sony Centre Fury 81
Pleasance Edinburgh 67
Sony Centre Fury have lost their Championship title after St. Mirren – who defeated them two weeks ago by a single point – defeated Boroughmuir Blaze by eight points in a 200 plus points game.
Sony Centre Fury juniors became double winning champions when they took the league title at the weekend.
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Sony Centre Fury fell 96-95 to title rivals St Mirren in a Scottish National Championship thriller at Grangemouth on Friday night.
The build up to Christmas will see Fury play some big games at their new home in Grangemouth Sports Complex.
Sony Centre Falkirk Fury have conceded Edinburgh Kings deserved to win their Scottish Cup semi-final on Friday night – despite two scoring controversies.
Fury’s Senior Women took advantage of a weakened Glasgow University side to go three wins and three losses for the season.
Sony Centre Fury remain joint top of the Scottish Senior Men Division 1 Championship with St Mirren after a 79-58 win over Glasgow University.
A win that coach John Bunyan described as ‘one of the greatest in 26 seasons’ saw champions Fury come back from 17 down with six minutes to play to win by four.
Fury’s number 13 Jenna Beattie scored the opening 13 points for a Fury Women’s side who dominated the first half with a 38-14 scoreline.
Fury Men suffered a first loss of the season and only their third in all competitions in two seasons when they went down 93-80 to St Mirren.
Sony Centre Fury BC have a full programme of games this weekend with key fixtures against Edinburgh Kings and Kool Kats sides – and a familiar face set to return to the fray.
Scottish Cup holders Fury Men allowed a 16-point lead with six minutes to play to dissolve in the final minutes to two, but their biggest disappointment was severe injury to key big man Ross Gibson.
Ross Gibson and Adam Hammerschmidt shared 36 points in the opening game of the season at Fury’s new home at Grangemouth Sports Compex.
Fury’s biggest export – 6ft 10 Kieran Achara - faced off against several of the world’s top players over the past week when he played for Great Britain Senior Mens team in Eurobasket 2017.
Sony Centre Falkirk Fury head coach John Bunyan was pleased to see his side put their location upheaval aside to record a first home victory at Grangemouth.
A multi national Fury Four led by Greek forward Greg Foussas, Austrian Adam Hammerschmidt, Lithuanian Eddy Leginus and Scot Bryan Munnoch won the Nike T3 tournament at Kelvin Hall.
The Glasgow Rocks pro British League Basketball team will have a record three former Fury stars in its line-up for season 17-18.
Sony Centre Fury had 20 of the club’s players taking part in Scotland situations over the Easter Holidays.