Worthing Thunder lost 66-81 to Medway Park Crusaders in the team’s first full National Trophy game of the new season. In what was a defensive-minded contest, Medway went on a game-winning 13-0 run in the fourth quarter to seal Thunder’s fate in what was Daniel Hildreth’s first full game in charge of Worthing Thunder. Bud Johnston led Thunder with 15 points, supported by 10 points from Tomas Seduikis. Dominic Baker and Hank Rivers both nine in vain for Worthing. “At the end of the day, we have had two practices and a scrimmage, so it’s still a work in progress but there is a lot to be positive about,” Hildreth said. “There are still rotations to be worked at and plays to be memorised. It was a shame to lose tonight, but it is about the longevity of the club and things like this will happen.”
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