BNXT League

Domestic League has entered its final phase

In the Dutch part of the BNXT League, the cards are slowly being shuffled. Heroes Den Bosch, Zorg en Zekerheid Leiden and Donar are certain to participate in the Elite Gold. There are still two spots to be filled. The four candidates will all be in action this weekend.

By: Martin Hoekstra
Photo: Christian Aarts

Heroes Den Bosch and Donar meet each other Saturday night at 19.00 hours in Den Bosch. Donar currently has the longest running winning streak (five games) and would like to extend that series. Heroes Den Bosch is having a tougher time of it at the moment, as evidenced by the defeat in Rotterdam. A new loss puts the first place in danger. Follow this traditional clash via the livestream.

At 19.30 The Hague Royals host Landstede Hammers. With a win the team from Zwolle can qualify for the Elite Gold. That should be possible against The Hague Royals, which has only won one game. The livestream can be found here.

Zeeuw & Zeeuw Feyenoord Basketball should make no mistake against the Suns in Den Helder, otherwise participation in the Elite Gold is in the offing again. Den Helder Suns show good play and almost beat Landstede Hammers recently. A livestream will be offered of this game, which starts at 7:30 pm.

The only Sunday game takes place at 16.00 hours in Bemmel. Yoast United are a serious threat to Feyenoord, who are low down the table due to a lack of games. They just need to win against Basketbal Academie Limburg. This game can also be followed via a livestream.

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