Hoods break records following 9th consecutive win

The Nottingham Hoods had an easy game on Saturday as they smashed Leeds 49-98, and broke the winning streak record that had stood since 2010.

Following the last 3 games of 2013/14, this season’s team has a perfect 6&0 record in all competitions and have set a new club record of 9 consecutive wins, breaking the old one that has stood since their Championship winning year in 2010. The win also broke the away record, which now stands at 5 games and ties their largest winning margin on the road. Whilst there are no official records, it is believed that the impressive final quarter scoreline of 2-27 is also a new club record.

The Hoods now sit on top of Division 3, with a perfect 4&0 record, with only Liverpool the only other unbeaten side in the division, whom they meet just before Christmas

The Hoods II were not as successful, going down in a tough away loss to Derby Trailblazers. The Hoods won the last 3 quarters, but could not compensate for their slow start to the game.

Full match report coming soon

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