Oaklands Wolves U13 boys wrapped up their home league campaign in style with an 81-55 victory against Cambourne Falcons U14s.

George Walker's basketball side made a slow start and trailed 17-15 after the first period but took control during the second quarter to go into the locker room at half-time leading 49-30. 

A low-scoring third saw the visitors chip a couple of points off the advantage before Wolves wrapped things up with a 25-16 final frame.

Rocky Starr led the hosts with 24 point and 12 rebounds, while Frank Fojt also had a double-double, finishing with 20 points and 10 boards.

It was clearly a day for double-doubles, with Alex Ryan adding 10 assists to his 20 points and six rebounds while Danny Tsoutas was perfect from the field as he scored 10 points, adding seven rebounds.

The U12 boys also had a successful home game as they defeated Cambridge Cats 75-50.

Michael Ball's team shaded the first period 16-12 before a strong second period saw them lead 44-23 going into the half-time break.

The third and fourth quarters were also won, both by two points each.

The U-16 girls missed the chance to make it three straight wins a they lost an overtime thriller 78-72 at home against London Thunder.

Having already scored a buzzer-beater to win their first game of the season, Elise Beardsworth scored a late basket to send this game into overtime, but with four players fouling out the visitors wrapped up the win from the free-throw line.

Eunice Wong led Wolves with 26 points, with Jane Yu adding 16 and Beardsworth 13.

Oaklands Wolves ladies' second team kept their outside hopes of a place in the WNBL Division Two play-offs alive with a 69-47 victory at Bracknell Cobras.

Claire Abbott's young team need need to win their final regular season when they host Thames Valley Cavaliers on Saturday and hope that other results go their way to seal a place in the post-season.

Caitlin Ryan led the visitors' scoring with 17 points, Rosie Porter added 16 while both Sarah Adepoju and Katie Nicholson had season-high 11-point games.

Both men's NBL teams saw their seasons end in disappointment with heavy defeats as the Division Two team lost 98-61 at home against Westminster Warriors while the Division Three side went down 100-60 at Northampton Mavericks.

Wolves trailed 24-18 at the end of the first break against Warriors but they started the second period well and Lanre Pratt's jump shot put the hosts 34-32 ahead at the five minute mark.

That proved to be as good as it got for the hosts as Warriors went into half-time with a 47-34 lead and blew the game open with a 28-12 third period.

Captain LaQuarne Sayles led Wolves with 17 points and six rebounds while Ethan Downing marked his final NBL game with Wolves by dishing out five assists to go with his 14 points.

Pratt pulled down an impressive 13 rebounds to add to his seven points and four assists.

Skipper Dan Kostadinov hit 21 points but they weren't enough to prevent Wolves' D3 season ending on a low as they never recovered from a 28-9 first period deficit in Northampton.

The second quarter saw them knock a point off the deficit to trail 45-27 at half-time, but the hosts comfortably outscored them in the second half.

Larry Clark added 11 points and Milic Pavic eight.