Barnet Bulldogs triumphed over London United with a commanding final score of 119-80 at Northolt High School.

From the first whistle, the Bulldogs demonstrated their superiority, taking an early lead in the first quarter and maintaining their momentum throughout the game, ending the first half with a substantial 62-39 advantage.

The standout players of the match showcased their prowess on the court, with Conor O'Reilly leading the scoring chart with an impressive 28 points, followed closely by Benjy Stewart, who contributed 20 points.

Player/coach Chuck Duru netted 19 points, while point guard Prince Lartey chipped in with 15 points, ensuring a well-rounded team effort.

"I am extremely satisfied with the result," said Duru.

"The team showed great teamwork, resilience and determination. We started strong and put pressure on London United from the jump and it reflected in the final score.”

Bulldogs now look forward to their next challenge as they prepare to face league leaders Oxford Hoops at their Copthall Leisure Centre home on Saturday (November 11), with tip-off set for 3pm.

Fans can expect another thrilling encounter as the Bulldogs aim to continue their winning streak and regain the top spot in the National League Three South division.