Game day 7 will be played in the men’s LBBL this Saturday and Sunday.
The trio Résidence Walfer, Amicale Steinsel and Mambra Mamer is leading the standings in the men’s LBBL with 11 points (5 wins, 1 loss). Basket Esch, T71 Dudelange and Etzella Ettelbruck (4 wins, 2 losses) is the next trio in the standings. These 6 teams have a winning record after 6 game days.
Four teams are tied with 6 points (2 wins, 4 losses) in the standings: The Musel Pikes, Arantia Larochette, Sparta Bertrange and AB Contern take the places 7-10. It will be interesting to see which teams can grab wins over the next weeks and remain in a good position in the race for the play-off places.
The only winless team in the league is Gréngewald Hueschtert, the team of coach Amadeo Dias is facing a difficult challenge on the road in Ettelbruck on Sunday, Etzella has been playing extremely well at home lately and always scored plenty of points in front of their home fans. After their first loss of the season against the Musel Pikes, Résidence Walfer is looking to rebound against T71 while the guests have a chance to tie with the opponent in the standings.
18:00 Résidence Walfer – T71 Dudelange
20:00 Amicale Steinsel – Arantia Larochette
20:00 AB Contern – Musel Pikes
20:15 Basket Esch – Mambra Mamer
17:15 Etzella Ettelbruck – Gréngewald Hueschtert
17:30 Sparta Bertrange – Kordall Steelers
The women’s league is on a small break because the national team is in action over the next days. Luxembourg will start the campaign on the road in Switzerland on Thursday, November 9th. On Sunday, November 12th, our national team will play at the Coque in Kirchberg against Bosnia and Herzegovina. (ticket presale –> Ticket presale is open! )
One game was played in tha Lalux Ladies Cup on Friday evening. The East Side Pirates from the Nationale 2 hosted Gréngewald Hueschtert, the cup and league champion won 140:35.
The next round of the Loterie Nationale Coupe de Luxembourg and the Lalux Ladies Cup will be drawn on Monday evening at the FLBB office. (around 18:30)