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Bulls still searching for a win

Justin Marville

Bulls still searching for a win

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THE GOING continues to get tough for Clapham.

​Four games in and the Bulls are still yet to get off the mark, as Sharece Shepherd and Maria Cumberbatch both scored 20 points in Station Hill Cavaliers’ 87-43 rout of Clapham in Tuesday’s women’s basketball action at the Wildey Gymnasium.

Seasoned forward/centre Wanda Agard-Belgrave added a triple-double of 13 points, 12 rebounds and ten rebounds to go with seven steals, while Astrid Alleyne had 12 points and ten boards in the Cavs’ wire-to-wire victory.

The result moved the defending league champs to a 3-1 record, just one game behind undefeated rivals UWI Blackbirds (4-0).

Irecka Louis led the winless Bulls (0-4) with 14 points and Tricia Gill had ten points and ten rebounds.

Earlier, Toni Atherley and Jennifer Joseph-Hackett each had big double-doubles to keep the league-leading UWI Blackbirds unbeaten via a 62-42 blowout of Combined Schools Hoopsters.

Atherley led the way with 24 points and 17 rebounds, while Joseph-Hackett added 21 and 17 as UWI held the schoolgirls to just seven third-quarter points to blow the contest wide open.

Makela Walcott and Ashlee Daniel finished in double digits for Hoopsters (2-2) after scoring 21 and 13 points, respectively.