Charleroi stunt against Ostend and four in a row for Limburg United

The fourth day of the BetFirst BNXT League brought some remarkable results. Limburg United continued on its momentum and recorded a fourth victory in a row in Brussels. Yannick Desiorn (21 points), Jonas Delalieux (19 points) and Quentin Serron (16 points) were the mainstays of the team from Hasselt. The Limburgers are the only team that is unbeaten.

Champion Ostend, without Dusan Djordjevic and Tre’Shawn Thurman, lost at Charleroi. The Spirous beat the coastal team 92-70 via Nathan Kuta (18 points), Rafael Lisboa (18 points) and Yoeri Schoepen (14 points). Servaas Buysschaert dropped out at Ostend with a knee injury. He slipped on a wet spot on the parquet. Okapi Aalst was again at the party for the first time this campaign. The Onions won 83-74 against Leuven Bears. Bergen, which lost its first game at Limburg United, achieved a third win in a row. The Hainaut won simple and 99-70 against Liège.

Charleroi-Ostend 92-70Quartz: 25-17, 18-23, 22-10, 27-19Charleroi: Kuta 18, Libert 8, Schoepen 14, Fogang 8, M. Samardzic 4, Lisboa 8, Jackson 7, Prepelic 8Ostend: Tyree 18, Bleijenbergh 6, van der Vuurst 15, Bratanovic 2, Pintelon 0, Gillet 10, Buysse 10, Waleson 4, Troisfontaines 3, Buysschaert 2,

Brussels-Limburg United 71-79Quartz: 13-22, 17-19, 14-19, 27-19Brussels: Crying 4, Derover 5, Taboo 10, Zylka 11, Hazard 12, Pipiras 7, Leader 6, Grave 8, Prolet 8.Limburg United: Serron 16, Lambot 6, Delalieux 19, Dedrie 6, Desiron 21, De Zeeuw 3, Hammonds 2, Stein 6Mons-Liège 99-70Quartz: 23-13, 25-17, 24-16, 27-14Bergen: Moore 25, Harris 11, Mintogo 4, Braxton 13, Zubac 15, Thielemans 0, Neri 5, Legrand 3, Vrabac 7, Morant 6, Gavrilovic 10Shutter: Iarochevitch 10, Bogaerts 2, Depuydt 18, Fifolt 4, Van Den Eynde 13, Malu 4, Potier 2, Lemaire 6, Bruwier 0, Noterman 8

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