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Fighters outsmart the Dragons in Bayon cup

Fighters outsmart the Dragons in Bayon cup

Extra Joss Fighters outplayed the Smart Dragons 86-77 in the Bayon Airlines inter-club basketball tournament, which resumed on Saturday at the Olympic Stadium indoor arena after a three-week lunar new year break.

The seventh week of action also saw the Fighters trounce TY Fashion 103-51 to maintain their unbeaten record and cue themselves up as the strongest title contenders.

After that nine-point loss, the Dragons downed Chang Yu Shang Hui 75-20 in their next fixture. In other matches, Loda Wong defeated Zhong Yi Dong Li 9-42, while Long Chang beat He Nan 62-47.

The team stealing the thunder this week was ALLN, who are regarded as one of the serious contenders for top honours.

ALLN produced a 108-29 blowout of De Zhi Fu Yi to record the biggest winning margin so far.

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