Com­pe­ti­tion lead­ers look to con­sol­i­date

South Western Times - - Classifieds -

League lead­ers in the Bun­bury Bas­ket­ball As­so­ci­a­tion se­nior com­pe­ti­tion have an op­por­tu­nity to ex­tend their dom­i­nance to­mor­row night.

In A-Men ac­tion, reign­ing pre­miers Bulls have barely missed a beat this sea­son and have a favourable run head­ing into the fes­tive sea­son break.

This run of games starts with a date with fourth-placed Aces Sky, who have dropped their past two games.

Pos­sess­ing a stag­ger­ing of­fen­sive depth, the league lead­ers have five play­ers av­er­ag­ing more than 11 points per game.

It will be a tall or­der for the Sky de­fence, who have con­ceded 168 points over the past fort­night.

In other matches, Tor­na­does Black can con­sol­i­date sec­ond po­si­tion with a strong per­for­mance over the win­less Ea­ton Ea­gles, while Tor­na­does Red en­ter­tain the plucky Duns­bor­ough Oilers.

The Oilers, who like the Ea­gles, are hav­ing their first sea­son in the Bun­bury sum­mer com­pe­ti­tion, can keep in touch with the top four if they se­cure vic­tory.

In A-Women ac­tion, Tor­na­does Red and the Oilers face off for sec­ond spot, while un­de­feated Tor­na­does Black host bot­tom-placed Aces Sky.

Pic­ture: Jon Gell­weiler

Bray­den Jones heads down court for Aces Sky dur­ing Fri­day night’s vic­tory over Duns­bor­ough Oilers.

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