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Mark Rangeley scored 24 points and David Walsh added 23 for Lancashire, who held off Hemel for a 90-88 road win. Jack Hudson and Connor Murtagh combined for 29 points.
Jack Hudson had 18 points and Lancashire defeated Manchester, which ended the Magic’s 13-game winning streak dating back to last season. Mark Rangeley added 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Jack Hudson scored a game-high 21 points, but the Spinners were dispatched by the Loughborough Student Riders 89-67 at the Netball and Badminton Centre.
Jack Hudson had 20 on 8-of-18 shooting, seven assists and six rebounds in a narrow 78-74 win at Worthing. David Ulph finished with his second double-double of the season.
David Walsh scored 27 points and James Banton added 20 to lead the Spinners to their largest victory in team history and into the National Cup fourth-round.
Connor Murtagh led the Spinners with 25 points, but the Spinners lost 102-96 at Bradford in National League 1. David Walsh finished with 16 points on 6-of-9 shooting to earn Grip & Go Impact Player.
Breathe – that was the message Lancashire Spinners head coach Neal Hopkins delivered after a National League opening loss on Saturday.
“We’re feeling each other out still,” he said speaking to Lancashire Spinners Media. “There’s a huge change in the roles players now have on this team. Jack [Hudson] and David [Ulph] have actually been pretty consistent … But overall we’re second guessing a lot of our shots and we’re not taking the ones the guys are naturally good at.”
The Spinners are shooting just a shade over 33 percent from the field (18 of 72 from 3-point range), which has been a direct result of having to chase games.
In 2015-16, Lancashire led at halftime in nearly half of its games and shot 40 percent or better 25 times, but for a fourth-straight game a quick spurt to close out each of the first two quarters put the Spinners on their heels for the remainder.
“We have to recognise that we’re not doing a great job defensively,” Hopkins said. “The volumes in which teams are scoring they have the opportunity to set up their defence and we’re not forcing bad shots.”
“We’ve practiced really well the last couple of weeks, but that effort and they way the guys are playing [in practice] just isn’t translating into games.”
Hopkins, whose Spinners will be thin up front with forwards Zion Tordoff (ankle) and David Ulph both set to miss Saturday’s visit to Bradford, remains optimistic where the team is headed.
“Irrespective of the results right now, we’re going to get better and better – I believe in these guys.”
Connor Murtagh scored 19 points and David Ulph added a double-double, but the Lancashire Spinners fell 87-62 to London Lituanica in a National League opener on Saturday.