Achara void must be filled

Glasgow Rocks coach Sterling Davis has called on his players to step up and fill the gap left by Great Britain internationalist Kieron Achara.

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The Emirates outfit face Manchester Giants tomorrow in their first game since the Stirling-born forward quit the BBL outfit to chase a lucrative move overseas.

Davis said: "It's no secret that it's a huge loss for our team as it would be any team in the league.

"Kieron was able to bring so many different things to the table but at the same time, that is done so we have to keep improving within our group."

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