28 June 2008

SEYCHELLES : Men’s Division Two National League - The Dawgz aren’t out yet

WHO let the dogs out?” This is what the Dawgz of Mont Fleuri sing after every win. Although they aren’t out yet, the Dawgz look good for promotion to the top flight next season.

Mont Fleuri Dawgz, pictured here against Juniors, lead the standings at the halfway stageBoasting players like Christopher Dugasse and Jim Créa, who have first division experience with SMB Razorbacks (now Razors) and Premium Cobras, the Dawgz lead the 11-team standings with 19 points out of a possible 20 after nine wins and a loss in 10 games played.
Their only loss on a 61-63 score was against Pointe Larue Falcons, who lost their place in the first division at the end of last season.
Like the Dawgz, the Falcons have also lost once – but it was through a walkover against Juniors and so they did not pick up a point, unlike other losers, leaving them with 18 points.
The Falcons registered their ninth win against RA Rockets on a 65-58 score and got 14 points from both Jean-Claude Moka and S. Gabriel.

Four teams – Juniors, RA Herons, AAP Brothers and Anse Etoile – are locked on 17 points after seven wins and three defeats apiece.
With Abdel Sylla, who is on holiday from France where he has been training since last year, playing for them and getting 29 points including some spectacular slams, Juniors beat Anse Etoile 76-65 on Wednesday.
As for RA Herons, they condemned Drifters to their 10th defeat with a 63-42 win.
The remaining five places on the table are occupied by RA Rockets (seventh with 14 points after four wins and six defeats), Cadets (eighth with 12 points after three wins and seven defeats), LMS Youth (ninth with 11 points after one win and nine defeats), Drifters (10th with 10 points after 10 defeats) and Fire Brigade (11th with nine points after 10 defeats – one through walkover).

G. G.

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