Brummies boss Graham Drury acknowledged his side’s play-off chances is over after loss to in-form Kent 39-51 at home. Home side suffered a consecutive loss at Perry Barr and slipped out of the league’s top four as a consequence. Liam Carr was a leading act with highest points (14) for home side with good supporting act from Tom Bacon with 10 points. Capitan Jack Parkinson-Blackburn had a very average night by his high standards with 7 points. For Kent Kings, Luke Bowen scored 12+1 points.
Birmingham head to Plymouth for their final league fixture on Friday 15th September before staging The Tony Mole Farewell at Perry Barr on Wednesday, 11th October. Full results and report: http://www.birminghambrummies.co
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