Co­ral Trouts take the heat out of Ma­jik

Pilbara News - - Sport - Pe­ter de Krui­jff

■ The Co­ral Trouts up­set Kar­ratha Bas­ket­ball As­so­ci­a­tion pow­er­house Mayuga Ma­jik in men’s Agrade ac­tion last Thurs­day.

The Trouts sti­fled the Ma­jik’s fast break to win 28-20 and were led in scor­ing by Matthew Rhodes, who scored nine points for the match.

#Yo­getit had an eas­ier time, com­fort­ably stay­ing out in front against the Par­doo Katz.

Shane Bad­ham was strong on the boards for #Yo­getit and scored nine points. Jay­den Brown had 13 for Katz. In the women’s com­pe­ti­tion, Mud Flaps took care of the newlook Pegy Fly­ers 26-15.

The lat­ter had some new uni­forms to show off, but it did not trans­late to buck­ets.

Leti­tia Faz­zo­lari had seven for the Mud­dies.

Re­becca Pen­glase had 10 points for Beavers, who tied 19-19 with Goat Trouts, while Just Us beat Blaz­ers 34-15.

Claire Mo­ran had a stel­lar night for Sin­ners with a mas­sive 14 points in her side’s vic­tory over Time­out 20-9.

In men’s B-grade, the Thun­der were on the re­ceiv­ing end of a for­feit by Ti­tans, mean­ing they re­main un­beaten for an­other week.

It was the bat­tle of the po­lar op­po­sites in Vipers ver­sus Cy­clones where the tall tim­ber took on the sweet-shoot­ing high school­ers.

Vipers looked to have the wood at half time, up by five points, but three-point­ers and free throws kept Cy­clones in the game as nei­ther side could cap­i­talise on last-sec­ond plays to get the win as the buzzer sounded all tied up at 24-all.

The Car­di­nals con­trib­uted to the Flak­ers con­tin­ued woes in a 34-21 win, while the War­riors beat the Heat 51-33.

Pic­tures: Pe­ter de Krui­jff

Shane Bad­ham lofts a shot for #Yo­getit.

Cy­clones nar­rowly lost to Fal­cons.

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