Yar­ra­wonga Mul­wala Bas­ket­ball As­so­ci­a­tion

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Un­der 12 Boys

Tues­day night saw the Wild­cats snar­ing their first win of the sea­son beat­ing the Taipans 29 to 22.

Scor­ers for the Wild­cats were Char­lie Rae, Nate Wil­liams, Ai­dan Steele and Zac Forge. Scor­ers for Taipans were Oliver Collins, De­clan Martin, Harry Ho­gan, Cameron Ford and Ryan Cameron.

The sec­ond game was once again a tight bat­tle with the Bul­lets com­ing away with the win over the Kings 19 to 18.

Scor­ers for the Bul­lets were James Frazer, Bai­ley Lewis, Xavier Wat­son and Oliver Cope. Scor­ers for the Kings were Levi Saun­ders, Jaxen Wheeler, Max Hol­gate, Bo­hdi Leonard and Bradley Bur­rows.

With only 2 weeks to go un­til fi­nals the lad­der is look­ing very close; Boomers 15pts 160%, Kings 15pts 106%, Taipans 13pts 97%, Bul­lets 13pts 77%, Wild­cats 8pts 75%.

B Re­serve Girls

The first match was close with Ga­tors 12 de­feat­ing Lak­ers 10. Scor­ers were Ge­or­gia Phillips, Si­enna Mullavey, Macken­zie Clarke, Bon­nie Barker, Heidi Wallden, and Scar­lett Mullavey.

In the sec­ond game Magic 24 de­feated Heat 12. Scor­ers were Por­tia Kaine, Madi­son Ibrahim, Iso­bel Na­gle, Matilda Jaques, Ad­dieson Pri­est­ley, Mikayla Woos­nam, Caitlin Van Maa­nen and Si­enna Cox.

With one round to go be­fore the fi­nals the lad­der from top to bottom is - Celtics, Magic, Heat, Ga­tors and Lak­ers.

If you can­not play please phone your coach as some teams are hav­ing trou­ble with num­bers.

Un­der 10 Girls

Celtics and Clip­pers came away with wins this week and once again there was huge im­prove­ment from all play­ers, es­pe­cially the first year girls.

Goal scor­ers for the night were Mil­lie Dodd, Scar­lett Mullavey, Abbey Ibrahim, Rhani Thomp­son, My­lah Kennedy, Jenna Stephens, Ma­bel Cope, Char­lotte Woos­nam, Ruby Hawthorn and Mil­lie Charles.

Last round of the sea­son this Thurs­day night: Heat vs War­riors at 4.30pm and Clip­pers vs Celtics at 5.15pm.

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