Round 6 of Big V is in the books with a mixed bag of results. Check out how our teams went below!
JAYCO DIVISION 1 MEN
The men have made it 6 in a row with a dominant win on the weekend against Warrnambool. outscoring their opponents by 41 points the men were able to walk away with a 94-43 point victory. For the Rays everyone that took the court scored with Lewis Beks and Michael Rebula leading the way with 14 each. For the Seahawks Riley Nicholson had a game high 17.
The men now wait till Sunday to take on Shepparton as they look to make it 7 on the trot.
JAYCO DIVISION 2 WOMEN
A great first quarter was not enough to kickstart our Women who ultimately went down by 8 to the Mornington Breakers on Sunday afternoon. A less than ideal shooting night saw our Women make just 2 of 25 threes while the Breakers were able to take control and pull off a comeback win. For the Rays Krystl-Lee Bonney led the way with 11 while for the Breakers Erin Ludwick finished with 18.
The Women will face Altona in Altona next Sunday.
RAY WHITE YOUTH LEAGUE 1 MEN
A big opening Quarter by Altona saw our men unable to claw back, ultimately going down by 15 in a high scoring affair. A 39 point opening quarter set the tone for the game as Altona had 5 players hit double digits in scoring. For the Rays Olivier Northam and Hamish Goodier contributed 18 and 16 respectively.
Sunday was a different story for our boys who were able to snatch a 3 point win from Craigieburn in a tough away game. Jack Moran and Jay Posterino dominated the scoring getting 24 and 23 on over 50% shooting. Chad Suphamongkol iced the game with a some clutch free throw shooting. For Cragieburn Lachlan Lombardo and Tyler Loats both had 15.
The men will take on on Bendigo away on Saturday before taking on Sherbrooke at the Geelong Arena.
RAY WHITE YOUTH LEAGUE 1 WOMEN
Our youth women have taken another tough loss going down by 19 to Warrandyte Saturday night. a Big rebounding night for the Venom saw them grab an astonishing 45 offensive rebounds which saw them get 116 shots up in just a 40 minute game. For the girls Chelsea Harris led the way with 15 points while for Warrandyte Claudia Kuen had 26 points to steady the Venom.
The Women will now look to Sunday where they will take on the Eltham Wildcats in a tough away game.