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The Raiders toppled the Wildcats 66-39 at Eltham High on Friday night to kick off their season on the right note. Ashley Vee Mrmacovski was the sole double-digit scorer for the Wildcats with 16 points. The most notable away win was that of Knox Raiders who were too good for Eltham Wildcats. Jaida Reid was the standout shooter for the Raiders, scoring 20 points, while Zoe De Wit, Jorja Porter and Gemma ODonnell all contributed with nine points apiece.
In the Watson Pool, Sandringham Sabres recorded a round-high 78 points in their 40-point demolition of Altona Gators. Now with a 23-point lead, Sandringham kept at it, piling on 40 goals to 23 in the second half on its way to a 78-38 win. The Sabres had their work cut out for them early, leading 12-11 at the first break, but then put the foot down in the second term with a 26-4 quarter. Summer Keating scored a game-high 20 points, ably assisted by Maya Dear (17) and Hannah Wickstrom (15), while for the Gators, Jade Azzopardi finished with a team-high 10 points.
In the final game of the round, Hawthorn Magic recorded a four-point win over Keilor Thunder. Katrina Warton was the dominant scorer from the Hawks, sinking 17 points. Continuing the theme of away victories, Dandenong Rangers visited Kilsyth Cobras and walked away with a 14-point victory. Jada Martin tried her best adding 15 points for the Cobras. Waverley Falcons won a tight five-point victory over Ringwood Hawks thanks to 24 points from Liana Kinkela. Riana Thiele (13 points) and Ally Marshall (11) were strong for the Magic, while Tess Heal (19), Jaz Salon (17) and Amisyn Leigh (10) formed a dynamic trio but could not get the Thunder across the line. Myah Healey was the clear top player with 23 points, while Abbey-Lee Wood (12) and Nyadiew Puoch (10) ably assisted for the Rangers.
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For some teams they went into the break with a long-awaited win, while for others, they have not been able to break a losing streak which they will hopefully do refreshed and ready to go in Round 6. AFTER a two-week break, all 20 teams in the Melbourne United Victorian Junior Basketball League (MUVJBL) Under 16 Girls are back into the action.
The Thunder have won the past three games however, and will be keen to make it four on the trot here. In the Ashe Pool, the match of the round is likely to be the second against third clash with Keilor Thunder hosting Diamond Valley Eagles in a bid to chase down Dandenong Rangers for top spot. The two opponents are ranked a clear second and third for scores for, while the Eagles superior defence they have conceded the least amount of points in the competition has them with a much higher percentage of 145. Tess Heal has been superb for the Thunder, averaging 14.8 points per game, while for the Eagles, Sophie Burrows tops the average point scorer table with 9.3 per game.
Keilor Thunder also survived a scare against Ballarat Rush, winning by just three points in a narrow 59-56 game. Meanwhile Dandenong Rangers were too strong for Sunbury Jets, piling on 47 goals to 19 in the first half to stamp their authority on the match in a 72-41 victory. Georgia Cox was unstoppable for the Rush finishing with 26 points, assisted by Milly Sharp (10). For the Jets, Olivia Ogston posted 11 points, while Maddison Ford tried hard with nine. They shared the points around with Nyadiew Puoch (15 points) the top scorer, while Dallas Loughridge (12), Abbey-Lee Wood (11) and Grace Montgomery (10) all reached double figures. Tess Heal was outstanding for the winners yet again, posting 21 points, while Bella Peterson (12) and Jaz Salon (10) were also productive. Zoe Servinis and Katrina Warton combined for 21 of the Hawks 49 points, while Ally Marshall (14 points) was the key scorer for the Magic. In other Ashe Pool results, Ringwood Hawks secured their first win of the season after a strong 13-7 third term against Hawthorn Magic to win 49-45.
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The upset of the round came with Sunbury Jets finally getting a win on the board, knocking off Bellarine Storm by six points. Maddison Ford sank 13 points, while Scarlett Orritt and Adrienne Cameron (10 points each) both reached double figures. Maddie Pinchbeck (15 points) and Jasmine Connell (14) were the two key scorers in the Falcons win. Charlotte Murray (14 points) and Summer Field (13) were the top scorers for the Storm. In other results, Kilsyth Cobras easily accounted for Ringwood Hawks by 23 points as Molly Williams finished with 20, while Waverley Falcons defeated Hawthorn Magic by 10.
The Thunder have won the past three games however, and will be keen to make it four on the trot here. The two opponents are ranked a clear second and third for scores for, while the Eagles superior defence they have conceded the least amount of points in the competition has them with a much higher percentage of 145. In the Ashe Pool, the match of the round is likely to be the second against third clash with Keilor Thunder hosting Diamond Valley Eagles in a bid to chase down Dandenong Rangers for top spot. Tess Heal has been superb for the Thunder, averaging 14.8 points per game, while for the Eagles, Sophie Burrows tops the average point scorer table with 9.3 per game.
The Camp will be run by current Keilor Thunder Rep and Coaches and Big V Players!For more information and to register, visit http://www.keilorbasketball.com.au/camps-clinics/. We are running a 2-day Junior Rep & Domestic Camp over the July School Holidays!The Camp is aimed at all past and present Junior Rep and Domestic players, both girls and boys, at any level, U12's to U16's.
Keilors Jaz Salon (15 points) and Taylah Babic (14) were the two dominant scorers, while Myah Healey did her bit for the losing side, sinking 14. In the Ashe Pool, Dandenong Rangers lost their first game of the season, going down to now third placed Keilor Thunder, with the Thunder one of only two top five teams to win on the weekend. Both teams shared the points around as Sophie Burrows (16 points) and Eleanor Bollands (11) were the prominent shooters for the home team, while Milly Sharp managed 11 in the defeat. Diamond Valley Eagles swooped in to steal top spot in the pool after defeating top four side, Ballarat Rush 58-42.
A TOP four clash in the Ashe Pool and some mid-table battles in the Watson Pool will ensure plenty of eyes are on the court for the Melbourne United Victorian Junior Basketball League (MUVJBL) Under 16 Girls championship division tonight.
FOUR sides are battling for the final spot in the Ashe Pool qualification, while the Watson Pool is settled in the Melbourne United Victorian Junior Basketball League (MUVJBL) Under 16 Girls competition heading into Round 9.
Ballarat Rush VS Hobart Chargers MATCH PREDICTION 14.07.2018 10:00, SEABL, Women
The team could hardly win the outsider Frankstone at home in the last round, having lost to Sandringem at home before. Hobart will most likely win now. The last win was away over strong Nunavading. Ballarat has three wins and is in the lower part of the fixture list. Hobart started the championship not well, the team has picked up its condition now and has 4 wins in a row.