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Playoffs Bracket 2018 | London College Basketball League

About the Playoffs

London college league playoffs are here and we would like to honour everybody in the league but give a special congratulations to the teams that made it to the playoffs. The way this was formatted is that the top four teams advanced. There will be the semi-finals and then the finals where 1 team will be crowned champions of season 2017/18. Everybody has been informed of who they have to play and games are being scheduled between February 19th to the 30th of March 2018.

It’s set to be great matches we can all get to witness, as the “LBA Media Crew”, will be attending games, bringing down banners, and equipment aiming to stream live, take pictures & video clips, which will be posting on LBA accounts such as Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook.

We wish all the teams involved every success and again congratulate the players, your coaching team and school organisation for supporting you and making this happen.

Please note: Once games have been completed we will update the image above so everyone can stay informed on the progress.

Semi-Finals Update


We have had two great semi-final games in the Mens London College Basketball League.  In the first semi-final, St. Francis Xavier defeated Lambeth College in a very close game.  Both teams fought incredibly hard and left everything on the court.  At halftime, Lambeth College lead by nine points.  However, St. Francis Xavier had an electric second half and went on to win the game 34-32.  Mathew Allman played a massive game for St. Francis Xavier and led his team to the finals.  In the other semi-final matchup, City of Islington College defeated City of Westminster College 39-32.  Islington took an early lead, but Westminster fought back hard and brought the game within 1 point, with the halftime score being 22-21 Islington.  The second half was very tight until the last few minutes when Islington pulled away and went on to win the game.  Toby Soyemi-Sosanya of Islington had a tremendous game as he led his team in scoring and piloted his team to victory.    We will be updating the bracket shortly.