The Holy Trinity School vs Uxbridge College

Holy Trinity School picked up their fourth consecutive win with a convincing 111-44 victory over Uxbridge College on Wednesday, behind 23 points from Colin Luzinda.

A short-handed Uxbridge side were without Himmatpal Singh, leaving Richie Bumba and Byron Emerenini to do much of the heavy lifting throughout the contest. A dominant defensive effort saw the Trinity squad gather momentum throughout the game as their lead continued to grow. The hosts built the deficit early on behind excellent guard play from Colin Luzinda and Stephen Izobo, while Isaah Adeline provided a spark off the bench with 14 points in the first half.

Trinity Coach Daniel Hildreth reflected on the game, “It was an emphatic win on our home court with strong performances from a number of players – especially on the defensive, resulting in easy fast break points. It was nice to see the team committing to our ethos for the full forty minutes.”

Luzinda’s scoring performance was supported by 20 points from Adeline, while Izobo chipped in 19 and Brandon Laryea finished with 16. Meanwhile, Emerenini paced the visitors with 16 points, supported by 12 points from Bumba and eight points from Jaheim Reid.

After the half-term break, Trinity will head to New City College on Wednesday 27 February, looking to improve on their 9-6 record. Uxbridge College, who are now 3-12 on the season, will be back in action with a back-to-back after half-term. They first host Raines Foundation School on Tuesday 26 February, followed by a visit from West London College on Wednesday 27 February.