Dynamik National Schools Finals 2024: U14, U16 Conference winners, recaps & gallery

The Dynamik National School competition is completed for another year, with four more winners crowned today.

Champions were named in the Under-14 and Under-16 Co-Ed conference (mixed male and female), plus the Under-14 and Under-16 Girls' conference competitions, bringing the curtain down on another great campaign.

Sale Grammar are U14 Co-Ed winners after they beat Southborough School 108-41, with Bristol Met taking the same category at U16s, as they saw off Greig City Academy 80-59.

Trinity Church of England are the U14 Girls' winners after easing past The FitzWimarc School 78-56, with the North West school doing the double to also seal the U16s as well, getting the better of Bristol Met 75-56.

Click the scores for the live stats from each game. There's also a recap of each game below, plus a gallery of images at the bottom of the page.

Under-14 Co-Ed Conference Final - Sale Grammar School 108-41 Southborough School

Sale Grammar School had no problem claiming the U14 Co-Ed Conference title, as they beat Southborough School 108-41.

Ahead 31-9 after the opening quarter, Sale continued to press home their advantage to lead 59-19 at the half before disappearing out of sight.

Shooting 60% across the contest, the champs were led by a stunning MVP performance from David Akhidime (41pts, 16reb, 10ast), as he put together a triple-double.

Remarkably, Eesa Iqbal (27pts, 18reb, 12blk), also did the same, showcasing Sale's dominance.

Ajay Navaneetharasa (24pts) top scored for Southborough.

Under-14 Girls' Conference Final - Trinity CoE High School 78-56 The FitzWimarc School

Trinity CoE High School won the first of two finals on the day, claiming the U14 Girls' conference title with a 78-56 victory over The FitzWimarc School.

The game progressed evenly, with both players feeling each other out and trading blows across the first half.

A one-point game at the half quickly went the way of Trinity in the third though, as they claimed the frame 20-8 to build a lead they'd keep until the buzzer.

Trinity's Isioma Ijisonuwe was a big reason for that second half push, taking MVP honours, following a huge 30 point, 25 rebound double-double, with Chiamaka Eze (10prs, 22reb) helping their side to win the rebounding battle 83-58.

Guard Akeala Daniel chipped in plenty of scoring with a 37 point, five steal, four assist, four rebound performance, leaving FitzWimarc with too much to do.

The Essex programme enjoyed a 26 point, 11 rebound double-double from Lacey Fleetwood, but she was only player to reach double digits on the scoreboard.

Under-16 Co-Ed Conference Final - Bristol Met 80-59 Greig City Academy

37 points and an MVP performance from Dylan Lloyd helped Bristol Met past Greig City Academy, winning 80-59.

Even an injury part-way through the game couldn't slow the Bristol man down, getting patched up and swapping jerseys, as his team charged towards the U16 Co-Ed title.

Lloyd did a bit of everything, and did it very well, splashing four triples, pulling down three boards, dishing a pair of assists and nabbing four steals.

Kayden Richards (12pts, 9reb) and Ben Pitter (9pts, 6reb) both played well in support.

Obinna Ekufu (33pts, 16reb, 7blk) was the main point of resistance for GCA.

Under-16 Girls' Conference Final - Trinity Church of England High School 75-56 Bristol Met

Trinity made it two-for-two on a successful afternoon at Manchester's National Basketball Performance Centre, beating Bristol Met 75-56 to take home the U16 Girls' championship.

Bristol shipped both of the game's opening quarters to leave themselves with a 44-29 hole to climb out of, but it was too much to overcome across the final 20 minutes.

Irene Oboavwoduo added yet another accolade to her young career, collecting MVP honours after a solid 31 point, eight rebound, five assist, five steal performance in just 24:12 of action.

When Oboavwoduo did sit, Trinity were still able to get good production from the likes of Wayet Gore (16pts, 15reb), Sally Robinson (14pts, 8reb) and Rosie Morrison (10pts).

It wasn't to be for Bristol Met despite a strong run to the final, with Kamilah Yakubu (25pts, 15reb, 6stl, 5ast) and Angel Whyte (23pts, 7stl) both impressing in defeat.