FELTHAM Warriors U14s came from behind to beat Woking Blackhawks and scoop the league title last week.
Going into their most important game of the season, Feltham looked nervous and were slow out of the blocks.
Woking took advantage to command the first quarter and score some easy baskets, while Feltham struggled to find their range.
Coach Andy Justice tried some different combinations in the second quarter, but Feltham still looked like they were playing a pre-season friendly, Woking maintaining their lead through to half time.
There, some wise words from Justice, which proved to be inspirational as Feltham came back out with all guns blazing.
Led by the outstanding James Woodburn-Hall, they clawed their way back into the game and were level by the
end of the third quarter.
Prabesh Katawal and Zabi Osmani also stepped up to the plate as Feltham scented victory and had Woking on the rack.
And they carried that momentum into the final quarter, playing a real team game and scoring some beautiful baskets.
Jay Ramgi, Nenad Djurdjevic, Michael Fayombo, Callum Matthews and Max Kearney all complimented the outstanding finishing of Woodburn-Hall as Feltham marched into the lead and clinched the silverware with a 38-31 win.
Justice said: "I am very proud of my troops, especially their toughness and perseverance, and their ability to play through the rough patches in the first-half.
"The future looks bright for Feltham Warriors, and exciting times lie ahead with the development of these talented youngsters." ..SUPL: