FRANKWELL recovered from defeat by Fukien but were uninspiring in a 118-86 triumph over lowly Burlingame in a Hongkong Division A1 match at MacPherson Stadium last night. The defeat by Fukien in their last outing four days ago came despite a change in Frankwell's professional ranks with Marcus Anderson replacing David Robinson. This time Frankwell had to overcome a lackadaisical start for only their third win in six games. But they were without former Ball State University player Anderson, who performed poorly in his Hongkong debut after spraining his right ankle during training on the day before the Fukien match. Team manager Fung Shiu-wai said: ''We thought nothing of the injury when Marcus got hurt and he must have aggravated it in Friday's game. ''The doctor has told him to lay off the game for a couple of days so we are giving him a rest, but he will be back in the squad for our last round-robin match against Regal on April 27.'' Amateurs Burlingame scored first in the opening minute but Frankwell, led by Americans Perry Young and his brother Barry, replied with a 10-point spree which looked like signalling a rout. A three-minute barren spell by Frankwell, however, saw Burlingame recover from 11-20 down to level at 20-20 midway through the first half. But Frankwell slowly reasserted their supremacy against opponents now without a win in seven games. They pulled away to a 54-36 lead at the interval, and relaxed in the second period, when they sent out reserves with the Young brothers and still cruised to a 32-point victory. Barry Young top-scored with 38 points while brother Perry had 26. Burlingame's Eric Cheung Chi-ho's second-half efforts helped him to a season-best 22-points.