Worthing Thunder made it four wins in nine days with home and away successes over struggling Coventry Crusaders in the NBL Conference.

They took the honours 99-60 at Durrington on Saturday night, then scored a comfortable 83-67 in the Midlands on Sunday afternoon.

The results leave them in great heart ahead of next weekend's tough trip to high-flying Plymouth.

Coventry, with veteran player/coach Dip Donaldson getting plenty of minutes, stayed in Saturday's contest for a while but were always in trouble when Thunder applied the full court press.

Matt Fisher's three-pointer on the buzzer meant the visitors trailed just 24-21 at the first interval.

But Nick O'Harabe replied in kind straight after the restart and had 14 points in the second quarter.

Damian Harris extended the lead to double figures, finishing a fast break by Marvin Addy, and Thunder had a healthy 48-37 advantage at the half.

Skipper Gaylon Moore reached 500 points for the season with a spectacular one-handed dunk in the third quarter as Thunder put together a 17-2 run.

They also went on a 14-2 surge at the start of the fourth, with the lead peaking at 90-49.

Young guard Steve Morgan was given decent court time in the second half but it was Moore and O'Harabe who really caught the eye with double-doubles.

Scorers - Thunder: Moore 25, Jerry 18, O'Harabe 17, Addy 10, Harris 10, Brame 7, Malik 7, Hildreth 5.

Coventry had skipper Derrick Pope back in action yesterday but his 18 points did little to improve their fortunes.

Thunder led 43-31 at the half and extended that to 71-47 going into the last ten minutes.

Again Moore and O'Harabe, who is in his best run of form since joining the club, were outstanding in a win which was as comfortable as the scoreline suggests.

Moore led the way with 25 points while O'Harabe hit 17.

Scorers - Thunder: Moore 25, Jerry 17, O'Harabe 17, Brame 10, Malik 6, Harris 6, Addy 2.