Last month, the 2023 Scottish Schools Final 4’s event was held successfully for the second year at the Regional Performance Centre in Dundee!

Over the course of three days, 24 school teams from across the country battled it out for the Championship title. The Finals provided a fantastic opportunity for players to showcase their skills in an exciting atmosphere. The presence of experienced officials also added to the quality of the games.

Spectators were not left disappointed with lots of excitement and even a couple of nail-biting games that kept everyone on the edge of their seats!

Glen Honeyman, who led on this year’s competition, commented:

“It was wonderful to see schools from all over Scotland come together for such an exciting and competitive Final 4’s event! Congratulations to all teams for making it to the Finals, and to the teams who picked up the Cup! I’d like to express our gratitude to the Regional Performance Centre for providing a hosting us, the officials who ensured the highest quality of play, the Regional Leads for their support this season and to the basketballscotland staff who ensured the Finals ran smoothly.”

Check out the final standings below:

S1 Girls

1st | Mary Erskine

2nd | Inverness Royal Academy

3rd | Lourdes

4th | Larbert High School

U15 Girls

1st | Culloden Academy

2nd | Wallace High

3rd | Mary Erskine

4th | Lourdes

Open Girls

1st | Falkirk High

2nd | Portobello

3rd | Culloden Academy

4th | Hillpark

S1 Boys

1st | Graeme High School

2nd | James Gillespie’s

3rd | Glasgow Academy

4th | Culloden Academy

U15 Boys

1st | Falkirk High School

2nd | Millburn Academy

3rd | James gillespie’s

4th | St. Mungo’s Academy

Open Boys

1st | Hillhead

2nd | Wallace High

3rd | Tynecastle High

4th | Millburn Academy


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