Timberwolves represent Lower South West at WA Country Championships 2022

Ben LoughranManjimup-Bridgetown Times
The U18 division three Timberwolves team.
Camera IconThe U18 division three Timberwolves team. Credit: supplied

The Manjimup Timberwolves represented their area proudly after a good outing at the 2022 WA Basketball Country Championships at the weekend.

Manjimup sent two teams to Perth to take part in the competition, the girls and boys under-18 squads, comprising some of the best young talent in the district.

The girls under-18 team was in the championship division going up against fellow country squads Bunbury, Geraldton, Karratha and Albany.

After the four matches in the division the Manjimup team had registered one win and three losses, finishing fourth on the ladder.

Meanwhile the boys under-18 team had a similar outing for the county competition while playing in the division three bracket.

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Division three contained teams from Margaret River, Australind, Collie, Northam, Byford and Denmark.

The under-18 boys managed to secure two wins across the weekend, however they also suffered three losses before finishing fifth on the ladder.

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