Under-15 Timberwolves go the distance at carnival

Holly ThompsonManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Under-19 Hawks player Chyenne Forrest.
Camera IconUnder-19 Hawks player Chyenne Forrest. Credit: Holly Thompson

The Manjimup Amateur Basketball Association played their fourth round of the season from Monday to Wednesday last week.

On the weekend the 2018 Printsync Slammers Regional Carnival for under-15s was held at the indoor sports pavilion.

The under-15 girls Manjimup Timberwolves team finished as runner-up in division one.

This weekend members of the under-16 teams will have their turn to compete.

Under-19 Hawks player Taiya Barnsby.
Camera IconUnder-19 Hawks player Taiya Barnsby. Credit: Holly Thompson
Under-19 Hawks player Bonnie Butler.
Camera IconUnder-19 Hawks player Bonnie Butler. Credit: Holly Thompson
Under-19 Saints player Savannah Ashworth.
Camera IconUnder-19 Saints player Savannah Ashworth. Credit: Holly Thompson
Under-19 Saints players Tegan East and Caitlin Ladhams.
Camera IconUnder-19 Saints players Tegan East and Caitlin Ladhams. Credit: Holly Thompson
Under-19 Trotters player Aysha Peos.
Camera IconUnder-19 Trotters player Aysha Peos. Credit: Holly Thompson
Under-19 Trotters player Jayda Sebire.
Camera IconUnder-19 Trotters player Jayda Sebire. Credit: Holly Thompson
Under-19 Comets player Dana East.
Camera IconUnder-19 Comets player Dana East. Credit: Holly Thompson
Under-19 Comets player Courtney Rowe.
Camera IconUnder-19 Comets player Courtney Rowe. Credit: Holly Thompson
Under-19 Trotters player Jordan Della Franca.
Camera IconUnder-19 Trotters player Jordan Della Franca. Credit: Holly Thompson
A/AR Diamonds player Jade Pedlar.
Camera IconA/AR Diamonds player Jade Pedlar. Credit: Holly Thompson
A/AR Diamonds player Chloe Martyn.
Camera IconA/AR Diamonds player Chloe Martyn. Credit: Holly Thompson
A/AR Senators player Nicole Whatman.
Camera IconA/AR Senators player Nicole Whatman.

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