Big V Round 2 Recap

Round 2 of Big V has finished with 5 big games being played over the
weekend! With some tough games against some quality opponents, check out the results below!


A big Sunday home game saw our Division 1 Men take home their first win of the season against a tough Camberwell outfit 86-64. Max Kos led the way off the bench with a team high 17 points to go with 5 rebounds and 3 assists, while Michael Rebula contributed 15 of 63% from the field to go with 8 rebounds. Cohen Blythe also cleaned up defensively grabbing 6 rebounds and 6 steals while also dishing up 8 assists and putting up 9 points. The Rays shot 50% from the field and were able to hold the Well to just 64 points. Maxwell Barkeley led Camberwell with 20 points back up by Edward Bourke and James Guley who had 14/14 and 12 points respectively.

The Rays take on the Coburg Giants at 8pm Saturday the 27th at the Geelong
Arena and then hit the road to face Warrandyte in a big double header.


Our Division 2 Women fell just short to a solid Wallan Panthers team going
down by 10, 63-73. For the Rays Meg Hanna put up a team high 13, supported by Krystl-Lee Bonney and Shayna Poto who put up 12 and 11 respectively. Wallan’s Rebecca Romeo led the Panthers with 23 and 12 with Alex Darby contributing 15 points.

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Our Women take on the Coburg Giants at The Geelong Arena, 6pm this Saturday, where they look to get their first win on the board.


A tough weekend for our Youth League Men has seen them lose on both Saturday and Sunday to slip to 0 and 3. On Saturday the men faced a tough away game in Warrandyte going down by just 4 points. Jack Moran led the way with 23/4/3 and was supported by Olivier Northam and Jay Posterino who put up 15/10 and 15/5 to go with 3 steals respectively. Warrandyte’s Josh Carstens and Jack Perry did most of the damage combining for 43 points.

Sunday saw a tough home game against Camberwell where the team eventually fell by 11. A tough offensive game for Geelong saw us only put up 69 points. Wang Nyieth was injected into the line-up and was able to give the team 24/12, however the Well was just too much. Charlie Fitsioris had 22 and 5 assists to lead the way for Camberwell.

The boys travel to Sherbrooke on Sunday to face the suns as they look for
their first win.


Saturday night saw a tough matchup for our Youth Women as they took on the Frankston Blues. The girls fought hard but ended up going down by 12 in a tightly contested match. Vanessa Marsh was on fire with 23 points to go with 4 rebounds 3 assists and 3 steals, While for Frankston Lauren Tuplin, Tori Jackson and Zoe Schonfelder combined for 41 points as the Trio were able to put away the United Girls.

Our Women hit the road to Face Sherbrooke on Sunday where they hope to
collect their first win of the season.