Dynamik National Schools Finals 2024: Winners, recaps, reaction & gallery

The Dynamik National School Finals took over Manchester's National Basketball Performance Centre.

Champions were crowned in the Premier Under-14 and Under-16 Co-Ed (mixed male and female), Under-17 boys and girls and Under-19 men and women competitions.

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 Premier Final - Clifton High School 66-76 St Thomas the Apostle College

St Thomas the Apostle College took the first title of the day, winning 76-66 behind a stunning MVP performance from Elijah Imevbore.

The young forward produced a stat-line for the ages as he used his size and strength to dominate Clifton High School to the tune of 51 points and 30 rebounds, tacking on three assists, two blocks and a steal for good measure.

Far from a one-trick pony, Imevbore splashed a pair of triples and his play also brought the best out of the likes of Jayden Ukachukwu (11pts, 6reb) and Prince-Israel Dombo (6pts, 8reb, 2stl).

Despite being shorthanded, Clifton fought hard and never let their opponents get comfortable despite holding the lead from early in the second quarter.

Getting their deficit down to five twice in the third and six points in the fourth, the Bristol programme were never able to find the last few blows needed to draw back level.

Ismael Cisse (43pts, 16reb, 5ast) was a standout in defeat, and his duel with Imevbore was blockbuster viewing throughout. Sammy Eisenberg also played well, dropping eight points to go with 18 boards.

Under-16 Co-Ed Premier Final - St Bonaventure’s 95-76 Holy Trinity School

St Bons ran out as comfortable winners in the U16 Co-Ed Final, winning 95-76.

The game looked to be heading towards Holy Trinity as they built a 12-point lead early in the second quarter. Ten minutes later, it was all change as the Londoners forged ahead by 16 midway through the third.

That run was partly built on a 32-17 second quarter, plus the play of MVP Daniel Banjoko, who shot an impressive 71% for a 22-point, 15-rebound double-double.

Augusta Keturakis (28pts, 6reb, 5ast) led all scorers for the winners, with Akello Bascom (10pts, 12reb) adding a double-double of his own.

Isaiah Alakiu (21pts, 8reb, 5ast) and Rafi Jalloh (20pts, 5ast, 4stl) both played well for HTS, who managed to get their deficit down to just five points early in the fourth before another St Bons run put the game to bed with a lopsided final score.

Under-17 Boys' Final - Myerscough College 59-90 Holy Trinity School

Holy Trinity School claimed a straightforward 90-59 victory over Myerscough College to take the U17 Boys' title.

A 26-12 opening frame set the tone for the contest as Trinity further extended their advantage by the half time break.

MVP honours went to HTS guard Ancel Torres, who repeatedly found his way through traffic to finish confidently at the rim, closing with a game-high 22 points on 47% shooting.

The talented guard was also a menace on defence, clogging passing lanes to nab six steals, adding three assists and two rebounds to a great afternoon's work.

Sean Mackey (20pts), Safi Tidjani (10pts, 19reb) and Owen Ono (12pts, 9reb) were all big contributors in the win.

Myerscough were powerless to resist as their deficit grew throughout the contest, with Harry Sheehan (13pts) top scoring.

Under-17 Girls' Final - Trinity Church of England High School 23-92 CoLA - Southwark

City of London Academy - Southwark had no problems seeing of Trinity CoE High School, coming through as 92-23 winners.

Trinity were no match for their more seasoned opponents as they were put to the sword during a one-sided contest.

The North West side still battled throughout but had no answer for CoLA, who swept to a commanding victory behind the MVP play of Rachel Manu.

The CoLA standout dropped 18 points to go with 10 boards and the double-double as Madi Warren, Debra Wilson-Osuide and Phoebe Kanu all added 1 points apiece.

Wayet Gore (7pts) top scored for Trinity.

Under-19 Men's Final - Myerscough College 80-62 Richard Huish College

Myerscough led from tip to buzzer to take the U19 Men's final 80-62.

'Sco's lead flirted around the ten point mark for much of the second quarter before passing into double-digits for good after the main change, allowing the North West programme to run away to a comfortable win.

MVP recognition went to Vadim Creanga for his impressive 25 point, six rebound showing that included six triples.

The talented guard made more threes than the rest of his team mates combined as a true difference maker. Charlie Mason (10pts, 11reb) and Ruben Hezekiel (10pts, 8reb) both controlled the glass with useful contributions as Daniel McWilliams and Ryan Grant scoring nine apiece off the bench.

Huish were left chasing the game for the majority and didn't hit a triple until their 12th time of asking, ultimately finishing 3/22 from range on an afternoon when not enough dropped in their favour.

Alex Ross top-scored for the Taunton programme, he had 19 points to go with nine boards.

Under-19 Women's Final - Trinity Church of England High School 68-60 The Crest Academy

A tense final game went the way of Trinity CoE High School as they outlasted The Crest Academy 68-60.

Trinity would lead by double digits in both the second and third but Crest refused to go quietly, battling back both times and grabbing a lead of their own with 7:02 remaining.

That would spark the Manchester side back into life as they once again moved ahead, this time for good as they just managed to keep their opponents at bay until the buzzer.

Trinity rode the dual attack of Wayet Gore (25pts, 7reb) and Irene Oboavwoduo (24pts, 21reb, 7ast), with the latter rightly claiming MVP honours.

Ana Juyla De Deus (19pts, 3ast), Ruby Knight-Paris (12pts, 18reb) and Tekairah Smith (15pts, 10reb) provided the bulk of the resistance for Crest, but it wouldn't be enough.