WEYMOUTH Raiders cut down the Peelers to maintain their unbeaten home record.

The Devon side showed up with a depleted side of six, which proved to be a large deciding factor to the game.

Coach Craig Sorrell instructed all players to run the fast break where possible and this proved to be the best tactic.

Jeff Robertshaw pulled out all the stops for this quarter, racking up an impressive 12 points with Max Gilmartin scoring back-to-back three-pointers to take his points to 10.

The rest of the team backed up these performances with multiple back-to-back steals and scoring from fast breaks.

At the end of the first quarter, the hosts led the Peelers 30-5.

Weymouth went out in the second quarter with their heads held high after a dominating first period but the tempo appeared to have reduced with the Peelers winning the quarter.

The second half started pretty much the same way as the first with Piotr Lason showing an impeccable shooting performance.

He made three three-point shots and multiple efforts from outside the key to put up an impressive 17 points throughout the quarter.

Dan Park also stepped up the tempo making multiple steals and completing the fast break lay-ups.

At the end of the quarter, the scores looked very one-sided with the Raiders taking a 35-point lead into the fourth.

The Raiders maintained their tempo throughout the fourth period against a tired looking Peelers to secure a solid victory.

Sorrell said: “I was very pleased with the performance. If they had kept up the momentum from the first quarter we could have potentially hit the 100-point mark.

Raiders: Piotr Lason 29, Jeff Robertshaw 18, Dan Park 14, Max Gilmartin 12, Scott White 4, Jack Speary 4, Ben Stokey 4, Jamie Dixon 2, Alan Ridout, Tom Storey Massage Weymouth MVP: Piotr Lason