Newcastle Eagles took home the British Basketball Trophy last night - and their coach Fab Flourney says it's "two down, two to go".
The Magpies travel to the Hawthorns to face West Brom on Sunday
The Black Cats are back in Premier League action as they host Queen Park Rangers at the Stadium of Light tomorrow.
They are the basketball team with the biggest trophy cabinet in the business. The Newcastle Eagles have won 17 titles since 2005. This weekend, they face Leicester in another Cup Final.
Redcar's Terry Bywater is back in action tonight, as Paralympics GB's wheelchair basketball team fight for a bronze medal.
29 year old Bywater won bronze medals at the Athens and Beijing Paralympics.
The GB team lost out to Canada in Thursday's semi-final.
Tonight's play-off against the United States, to decide 3rd place, starts at 7pm.
Sunderland 3 - 1 QPR
Middlesbrough 1 - 1 Bristol City
Colchester 0 - 0 Carlisle
Yeovil 0 - 1 Hartlepool
Newcastle Eagles beat Plymouth Raiders 96 - 80 on Friday to win the British Basketball League trophy. Fabulous Flourney is the team's player and coach.
A twenty-four hour 'swimathon' is underway in Sunderland.
Hundreds of volunteers will swim in hour long shifts at the Aquatic Centre. The event started at midday and the pool will remain open all night.
The swimathon is one of several sporting activities being held to celebrate the upcoming Olympics.
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill says he's delighted that midfielder James McClean has signed a new three-year contract with the club.