CHAMPIONSHIP MEN AND WOMEN ROUND 6 REVIEW

Another week down of the Winter Championship as our teams descended on the chilling AWA floor Tuesday night. With multiple 40 point bombs, we are reaching that point in the season where anyone can be anyone. Check out how your team went below!

CHAMPIONSHIP WOMEN

SHARKS 86 – TRY BOYS 21

The Sharks Women have kept their undefeated streak alive decimating the Try Boys Women 86-21. It was all Sharks the whole way as they held the Bears to single digits for all four quarters on their way to the 65 point win. Georgia Varley starred with 41 points on the night while Ebony Rolph backed her up with 24. Shania Soutar led the way for the Bears with 11.

PIVOT 79 – YMCA 46

Pivot City have retained their second spot on the ladder with a 33 point win over YMCA last night. A slow start saw Pivot lead by just 8 at quarter-time before Eve Braslis turned it on and helped deliver the win for pivot dropping 27. Bree Matthews was on fire from beyond the arc posting 18 points all from 3. For YMCA, Aleks Connolly was best with 18.

WILDCATS 60 – SURFCOASTERS 31

Wildcats have had a 29-point win over the Surfcoasters on Tuesday night behind an all-around game from Jaimee Crombie, dropping 23 points including 7 from the charity stripe and 4 threes on the night. For Surfcoasters Keely Burland led with 12.

CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

ROVERS 70 – SURFOCASTERS 54

The three-headed snake of Rovers has delivered another win for their team as they collected a 16 point win to keep themselves on the top half of the ladder. Rohan, Nathan and Jye combined for 63 of Rovers’ 70 and were dominant inside the three-point line. For the Coasters, Kuol Reech led the way with 14 while new recruit Ethan Nicholls backed him up with 13.

CC EAGLES 75 – VYTIS 67

The Eagles are back in the winners column as they took care of business against a strong Vytis team. Just a 3 point game at half, the Eagles were able to pull away to a 12 point lead and maintain it down the stretch to collect a much-needed win. Liam McInerney continued his fine form with a game-high 24. For Vytis, big man Lachie Headlam battled hard with 19 while Andy Przybylkiewicz backed him up with 18.

YMCA 109 – LARA 76

YMCA has put on a scoring display in round 6 coming away 33 point winners over the Lara Giants. Nathan Herbert’s 25 led the way for YMCA while Patrick Johnstone chipped in 24 of his own on the way to the big win. For Lara Jackson Bentley was on a mission in round six dropping a whopping 43 points for the short-handed Giants, but it was not enough to overcome the high octane offence of Y.

WILDCATS 73 – TRY BOYS 66

A scare for Wildcats has seen them narrowly escape with a win to stay undefeated this season downing the Bears by 7 on Tuesday night. With the margin not reaching more than 5 at any main break until the final siren, it was the steady hand of veteran PG Nick Owusu that secured the Cats’ win. DeMarcus Gatlin was also reliable as always with 18 on the night. For the Bears, Matthew Johns continued his fine form posting 16, while Nick Hough led the team with 17.

SG KINGS 92 – PIVOT 81

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That’s a wrap for round 6, check back in later today for this round’s top scorers!