London United had an impressive 43 point victory at home to Kings Lynn Fury in the National Trophy continuing their unbeaten run to 3-0.

Two debutees were on show with Santa Ataha really impressing at the point guard and with American Keith Bridges impressing with his shooting abilities and solid defence and rebounding.

United started brightly although Kings Lynn stayed in touch up until the 5th minute, as they trailed by between 5 to 8 points for much of the 1st half when Santa Ataha stepped on court with 4 minutes to go in the 2nd quarter and increased the intensity on the defensive end and going to the basket strong for break away lay-ups.

This helped spark the team into action as United went 15 points up with uncontested lay-ups off of steals taking a 46-31 half time lead.

Kings Lynn started the brighter of the two teams in the second half narrowing the gap to 10 points, however United's constant 12 man rotation kept everyone sharp whilst Kings Lynn tired as the game went into the last quarter.

Constant defensive pressure by United helped everyone pick up easy baskets as London eventually broke the 100 mark through a Mark Quashie steal and lay-up as Santa Ataha finished the game off with another steal and lay-up for United to win easily at 102-59.

This takes their Trophy record to 2-0 as they now travel to Essex and Herts Leopards at the Brentwood Centre in the National Cup round 3, on Sunday 9th October tipping off at 4pm.

United play their next home game at Osterley on the 16th October at 4pm against London Capitals.

Tops Scorers for United: Bridges 13, Ataha 13, Machynia 11, Mumuni 10, Quashie 10, Long 8, Smith 8, Salamon 7, Jagodka 7, Van Elswyk 6, Klocek 6 and Frederick 2.