The Handsworth Royals got off to a slow start but by early in the second quarter the final result was never in doubt. The Royals took a 11 point lead to the locker room and built that lead to 26 points by the end of the 3rd quarter and cruised to a 63-35 victory against the Argyle Pipers.
Handsworth used their entire lineup and the scoring was well balanced. Adam Karmali, who led the league in scoring was Handsworth's leading corer with with 15 points. Kevin Franklin was selected Player of the Game with 12 points, all from outside the arc. Finn Killam and Tyrone Karius had 11 points each. Argyle's Ryan Vancise led all scorers with 18 points.