Big V Round 9 Recap

The halfway point of Big V 2021 is upon us, check out how our teams went in the latest round of action!

JAYCO DIVISION 1 MEN

A tough loss to Camberwell in Balwyn has seen our Men drop their 3rd in a row after a hot shooting night from the Dragons and a fair few trips to the free throw line. For the rays Michael Rebula led the way with 24 and was backed up by Lewis Beks’ 14. The Dragons were led by Edward Bourke who finished with 24/16/8 to put the rays away.

The men look to next weekend where they will take Southern Penn on at the Geelong Arena, Sunday at 2pm.

JAYCO DIVISION 2 WOMEN

Two big wins have seen our women get on the board in the win column for 2021! Saturday night saw our girls take out a 77-66 win which saw Abby Loughhead put up an impressive 28 and 14. She was backed up by Meg Hanna who notched a double double with 10 and 13. For RMIT Samantha Labros put up 22 points of her own. Sunday night saw an OT thriller where the rays were able to pull down some crucial rebounds to take out a 1 point win over the Mornington Breakers 72-71. Again Abby and Meg put up 19 and 18 respectively to get the girls over the line.

The women now look to next weekend where they will take on the Collingwood in Collingwood.

RAY WHITE YOUTH LEAGUE 1 MEN

A tough outing has seen our youth men drop to the Camberwell dragons 100 to 60. A poor 3rd quarter saw the men get outscored by 16 points to set up a run away fourth for the Dragons. Ben Crowe led the way for the dragons who notched 23 points and was backed up by Charlie Fitsioris who had 22 of his own. For the Rays Hamish Goodier and Jack Moran led the way with 16 and 15 respectively.

The men will take on Casey at the Geelong Arena, Sunday at 12pm.

RAY WHITE YOUTH LEAGUE 1 WOMEN

A tough first quarter saw our youth women fall behind 8-27 which set up the Camberwell Dragons to pull away 11 point winners. Chloe Skinner led our women with 17 points and was backed up closely by Grace Spehar who had 16 of her own. However, a balanced scoring load from the dragons saw multiple players hit the score board to lead them to the win.

The Women will head to GESAC to face McKinnon on Sunday.