TCS Chester Jets kept their run at a home berth in the play-offs on track with back to back victories at the weekend.
Their injury problems mounted when they lost Ryan Huntley at Leicester on Saturday with an ankle injury only three minutes into the game with Calvin Davis already sidelined with a similar injury.
But they went on to win 94-82. A 9-2 finish to the first half by the Jets saw them take a 48-39 lead into the locker room and they stretched their advantage further in the second half.
David Attewell helped Leicester to eight unanswered points in the fourth period to close back to 72-80 with five minutes left, but they could draw no closer.
Billy Singleton was three assists away from a triple-double against his old club with 31 points and 11 rebounds.
Then Jets claimed a 77-73 victory over Scottish Rocks on Sunday as the two teams battle it out with London Towers for the home berths in the play-offs.
Jets went into the game without Huntley but Davis was back playing, albeit heavily strapped. Eleven unanswered points by the home side put them 14-8 in front and eight more without reply to end the first half saw Chester 43-30 to the good at the break.
Rocks hit an 11-0 burst of their own in the third to trim the deficit to five and closed back further in the last. In a low scoring fourth quarter, the sides were tied at 73 until 46 seconds from the end when Mike Nurse netted two foul shots to push Chester in front and then John McCord scored 5s from the buzzer.
McCord led all scorers with 25 points.
For more TCS Chester Jets news see this Friday's Chester Chronicle.