North Devon Basketball Club remain on course for an historic double after advancing to this year's play-off cup final in the Exeter and District League. After winning their final three league games of the season the side had already been crowned Exeter an

North Devon Basketball Club remain on course for an historic double after advancing to this year's play-off cup final in the Exeter and District League.After winning their final three league games of the season the side had already been crowned Exeter and District Division 2 champions for the first time in their history, securing promotion to division 1.Familiar foe Exeter Police travelled to North Devon for their semi-final meeting looking to avenge the defeat they suffered at the hands of Geoff Dobb's men in the final game of the season.Win a place in this Sunday's cup final at stake it was a cagey start to the game as both teams wouldn't give an inch on defence ensuring any point earned by their opponents would be done so the hard way.Midway through the first quarter North Devon began to find their feet and started to pull away from the Police behind six quick points from Adam Gregory.With their starters rested in the second quarter the home side still managed to increase their lead against their stubborn opponents thanks to some excellent fast break points from Dave Sloman, while his backcourt partner Simon Mitchell capped off a fine first half for the hosts with a long three-pointer.In the second half, North Devon built up a comfortable lead to win 79-48.North Devon travel to Exeter for Sunday's final showpiece. Their opponents will be the winners of last night's (Tuesday) semi-final fixture between the Newton Abbot Pacers and Exeter University.