Some pos­i­tives in away losses

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Sport -

Af­ter a hard-fought sec­ond half, the Rangers ended up edg­ing ahead of the Waves by seven points.

Post-game, the Waves went straight to Mel­bourne air­port and on to a flight to Ade­laide.

On Sun­day morn­ing, the Waves faced a con­fi­dent Ade­laide Light­ing out­fit. Again, it was a fight to half-time. Stay­ing in the game and look­ing to be in good shape, the Waves went into the main break down but con­fi­dent.

Moore raked in 10 points and Cassie Har­berts was her usual solid self, putting up six points and six re­bounds.

Louella Tom­lin­son re­turned for her first game back af­ter in­jur­ing an an­kle be­fore Christ­mas and came away with a solid 10 points and eight re­bounds.

The sec­ond half was like a re­peat of most of the dis­ap­point­ing Waves losses.

The Light­ning went on a scor­ing run, push­ing the lead out to 21 and came away with a 71-58 win.

With two home games re­main­ing for the sea­son, the Waves ob­vi­ously are seek­ing to win both.

Fin­ish­ing the sea­son off on a pos­i­tive is a must for all in­volved, in par­tic­u­lar our great home crowd.

Next week we look to do this, tak­ing on the Syd­ney Flames at home on Satur­day evening.

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