Wrap up of round 14 results for Manjimup Amateur Basketball Association

Ben LoughranManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Craig Brown drives at the Yabbies defence.
Camera IconCraig Brown drives at the Yabbies defence. Credit: Briana Farqhuar

In the Manjimup basketball season’s penultimate round before the finals kick off there were some big score lines across all six divisions.

In the women’s A grade competition the Comets continued their great run of form by beating the Aces by 13 points, 66 to 53.

While the Vipers bounced back from their loss last week to beat the Pink Ladies 39-24.

In the men’s A bracket the Barracudas overcame a capable Hawks A squad by eight points with the final score line reading 42-34.

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The Cobras and the Wolfpack played out a lively game which ended in favour of the former by a margin of six points, 51-45.

In the women’s A reserve division the Senators Maroon/Yellow team slammed the Slam Dunks in their match-up with the game ending 32-15.

The Diamonds and the Mystics also recorded wins last round after they defeated the Magpies Orange and Saints 35-26 and 22-17, respectively.

In the men’s A reserve competition the Dingos enjoyed a 21-point win, 59-38, over the Raiders after the last bout between these two sides was called off due to the Bridgetown bushfire.

Meanwhile the Hawks B team just beat the Giants by two points, 37-35.

The women’s B grade competition saw one of the most exciting matches of round 14 after the Aus Stars Green and the Panthers played out a close game, with the Aus Stars edging their competition by one point, 30-29.

Elsewhere the Senators Blue/Green lost to the Bush Chooks by 11 points, 37-26 and Magpies Blue beat Aus Stars Purple 30-24.

In the men’s B grade the Spoonbills enjoyed the biggest winning margin of the round against the Yabbies, winning 62-31.

Meanwhile the Imperials lost to the Warriors 55-43.

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