WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL: JETS are still aiming high despite seeing their five-match winning run ended at Lancaster Bulldogs.
Tim Janvier's team can still secure a play-off place when they play their crucial last home match of the season at Darland Sports Centre in Rossett a week tomorrow.
Tip-off is 2pm and entry is free. Jets could have made their play-off place certain by winning at Lancaster but instead lost 72-35.
The visitors got off to a slow start and the Bulldogs flew into the lead within the first quarter, making the most of the height and pace of their players.
Despite the constant pressure, Jets showed some fantastic play in stretches and put pressure on the Bulldogs when they worked some slick offensive moves.
Jets captain Anna Jackson worked tirelessly, inspiring the other players to step up their games and making important contributions both on of-fence and defence with some important interceptions and blocks.
Billy Flanagan was as reliable as ever again both on offence and de-fence and the new guard pairing of Andy Hickey and Pete Grime is starting to work.
Peter Barron top scored with three superb three-pointers from well out-side the arc that had the Jets fans cheering.
Jets scorers against Lancaster: Peter Barron 9, Anna Jackson 6, Billy Flanagan 6, Caroline Ballard 5, Pete Grime 5, Andy Hickey 2, Dan Spencer 2.