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Last round of Manjimup Amateur Basketball Association before finals series

Ben LoughranManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Tayla East dribbles the ball forward.
Camera IconTayla East dribbles the ball forward. Credit: Ben Loughran

Teams gave it everything they had in their matches in the last round of the Manjimup Amateur Basketball Association before the finals series starts.

In the men’s A-grade the Wolfpack sealed an easy win over the Hawks A team after they forfeited the match. Meanwhile, the Barracudas stomped the Cobras in a one-sided 57-28 clash.

The women’s A-grade competition had similarly big scores as the Aces defeated the Vipers by 21 point, 39-18.

In the other women’s A-grade match the Comets comfortably beat the Pink Ladies by 11 points to finish off their regular season strong, 50-39.

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In the men’s A reserve bracket the Dingos piled on to their win from last week after defeating the Giants 48-34. The Hawks B squad crushed the Raiders after nearly doubling their score, 53-26.

In the women’s A-reserve competition the Slam Dunks managed to keep the Saints at arm’s length to see out the win, 32-26.

In the other women’s matches the Senators Maroon/Yellow defeated the Magpies Orange team after the latter failed to field a team.

Elsewhere, the Mystics beat the Diamonds by a margin of 32 to 20.

In the men’s B-grade the Imperials and the Spoonbills played out the highest scoring round across the Manjimup basketball competition with the former coming away winners, 73-64.

Meanwhile, the Yabbies and the Warriors played out a very close tie which ended 45-40 in favour of the Warriors.

The first and second semifinals matches will take place tonight (Wednesday, March 9) at the Manjimup Indoor Sports Pavilion.

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