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Worcester Wolves

November 14, 2009
Eagles Back On Track After Worcester Win

Newcastle Eagles 87 (17,37,64) (Defoe 20, Chapman/Jackson/Stewart 14) Worcester Wolves 63 (18,38,51) (Uzkuraitis 14, George 13, Zabas 13) The Newcastle Eagles, reigning BBL champions, ended a three game losing streak by beating the Worcester Wolves 87-63 in the North East, after surviving a first half scare. British big man Darius Defoe led their scoring with…

February 9, 2009
Eagles Fall To Shock Loss At Lowly Worcester

Worcester Wolves 87 (15,46,67) (Paez 31, Uzkuraitis 16, Funn 12) Newcastle Eagles 86 (29,49,67) (Moore 25, Toney 18, Bridge 15) Worcester Wolves shook off a dismal start to their match with Newcastle Eagles to record a thrilling 87- 86 home win. The Wolves, who have now moved into a play-off position, trailed by as many…

October 26, 2008
Normal Service Resumed

Worcester Wolves 88 (19,39,61) (Paez 30, Brown 22, Disy/Funn 10) Newcastle Eagles 108 (33,59,83) (Smith 17, Moore 16, Stewart 15) The Newcastle Eagles moved clear at the top of the BBL Championship table as they beat the Worcester Wolves 88-108. The Eagles have now won seven of the eight BBL meetings between these teams, with…

April 26, 2008
Newcastle Eagles 105 Worcester Wolves 96

OLU BABALOLA showed just why he loves the play-offs after his sparkling 21-point performance kept the Eagles’ dreams of a historic fourth successive play-off championship alive. The man who was crowned the most valuable player in last year’s final, is now just 40 minutes away from having another crack at that accolade as the Eagles…

April 26, 2008
Eagles Make Final Four

Newcastle Eagles 105 (23,52,78) (Babalola 21, Defoe 20, Leven 15) Worcester Wolves 96 (18,51,67) (Life 29, Paez 24, Harker 20) Three-time play-off champions Newcastle Eagles are back in the Final Four again after holding off a spirited performance by Worcester Wolves on Tyneside. After four consecutive overtime matches to end the regular season the Eagles…

February 12, 2008
Leven Pleases His New Boss

Australian sensation Steve Leven made his Newcastle Eagles debut and helped Fab Flournoy’s men hammer Worcester Wolves on home turf, writes DAN WARBURTON. Prior to the Eagles’ first game in two weeks, Leven had expressed his desire to please his new employers. And those inside the Metro Radio Arena were treated to an outstanding second-period…