On Saturday, the U16 Men enter the playoffs at the Quarter Final stage and we caught up with Captain, Jack Meldrum, to discuss his thoughts on the playoffs this season.
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Q1. How has your season been so far??
"The season so far has been extremely enjoyable.
During the first few games, we did not have enough experience of Div 1 so we got off to a slow start but started to find our stride and haven't slowed down since.
Playing in Bathgate with our amazing support for every game has made it even more fun."
Q2. What do you think has been your toughest game this season and why??
"The toughest game so far has been St Mirren in the Cup Final. The fact that it was such an important game let the nerves get to us and just the fact that St Mirren are such a strong side was challenging to face these very good players."
Q3. What has been your favourite game this season and why??
"My favourite game this season would have to be the Fury game in the Cup Quarter Finals, when we came back from 11 down with 3 minutes to play. It was an even better feeling knowing that we did it without either of our Point Guards playing in that game.
It felt good to hush the Falkirk crowd in the Mariner."
Q4. How are you feeling going into this year's playoffs??
"I'm feeling fairly confident that we can make a very deep run in the playoffs and challenge St Mirren in the final again."
Q5. If you could add one player you have faced this year at your age group to your squad, who would it be and why??
"The one player would have to be Jordan Burke from Blaze.
He is a hard worker, a hustler on the court and would fit perfectly into our team. He is also a very good friend of both myself and the rest of the team."
Q6. What will be the breakfast of choice on playoff game day??
"As always on game days; sausages and egg, pineapple juice, greek yoghurt and some fresh fruit."