Another week down with 4 big games of Big V have been completed. Check out how our teams went below.
JAYCO DIVISION 1 MEN
A tough shooting night has seen our Division 1 men push home in the final quarter to pull off a 20 points win, 69-49 against Melbourne Uni on Saturday night. A 3 of 31 3 point shooting night saw the men lock in for a dominant defensive 4th quarter. Allowing just 5 points the men were able to capture their 5th win in a row to push their record to 5-1. Michael Rebula led the way with 13 points, backed up by Marko Vekic with 12 of his own. For Melbourne Uni Joshua McNally had 18.
The men now travel to Warrnambool this Saturday in what will be a tough road game.
JAYCO DIVISION 2 WOMEN
A late 4th quarter scoring spree by Wangaratta has seen our Division 2 Women fall 59-76. Allowing 29 points in the 4th, our Women had the game slip away from them. Shayna Poto led the way with 14 points while Meg Hanna chipped in 11 and 10. For Wangaratta Tara Blair and Tahlia Higgs combined for 40 to do most of the damage.
The Women take on Mornington in Geelong on Sunday the 25th, in which they hope to take their first win of the season.
RAY WHITE YOUTH LEAGUE 1 MEN
Our youth men have put on an powerful display on offence dropping 113 points against Wyndham to take a 38 point win 113-75. Jay Posterino starred with 30 points, Olivier Northam came to play as well dropping 23/18/3 to go with 3 steals and 5 blocks. Kevin Brandariz led the way for Wyndham with 13/8/3 with 3 steals. Our men have now claimed their first win of the season and hope to continue this form into this weekend and get their 2nd win in a row.
Them men will take on Altona at home on Saturday at 7pm and then travel to Craigieburn on Sunday to face the Eagles
RAY WHITE YOUTH LEAGUE 1 WOMEN
A disappointing end to a close game has seen our Youth Women go down by just 6 points, 60-66 against McKinnon on Saturday night. a 13 to 20 point quarter was the downfall of our Women who let a 2nd victory in a row slip through their fingers. Emmy Nekrep led with 14 points closely followed by Chloe Skinner who posted 12 and 13 to go with 5 assists. For McKinnon Romy Price and Ebony McMillan had 15/16 and 14/10 respectively.
Our Youth Women now look to Saturday night at home where they take on the Warrandyte Venom at 6pm.