Wolves join Lakeside on top (Saturday night wrap)

The unstoppable Wanneroo Wolves have smashed bottom of the ladder Rockingham Flames 133-97 to finish the weekend in equal first place.

Wolves import Jordan Wild (27 points, 10 rebounds) and veteran Damian Matacz (22 points, 11 rebounds) led the way for the home side.

The Cockburn Cougars have defeated the South West Slammers 84-74.

Cougars forward Brian Carlwell (21 points) was a solid presence as was fellow import Jeremiah Wilson with 20 points and 19 rebounds.

The Mandurah Magic took down the Geraldton Buccaneers 82-81 in a big win on the road.

Stellar form from Buccaneers Morgan Sabia (24 points, four rebounds) was not enough to silence Andrew Bowman (18 points), Thomas Remmerswaal (17 points) and Taylor Mullenax with 15 points and 12 rebounds.

Kalamunda Eastern Suns welcomed new import Lee Roberts into the side but despite Roberts impressing with 21 points and 14 rebounds the Redbacks got the match 106-103.

The Perry Lakes Hawks have defeated the Willetton Tigers 95-90.

Despite an impressive game from Tigers Robert Kampman (32 points, 16 rebounds), double-doubles from Hawks Ben Purser (32 points, 12 rebounds), Matt Rosinski (26 points, ten assists) and Shane Ross with 23 points, 15 rebounds were too much for the Tigers to handle.

The Goldfields Giants scraped over the line to defeat the Stirling Senators 98-96 at home.

Dominant offensive pressure form Giants Ty Harrelson (21 points, 12 rebounds) and Dwayne Radcliffe (20 points) was too much for the Senators.

In the women's league the eight place Flames took down the top of the ladder Wolves 74-56.

The Flames dominated with superstar Emma Cannon finishing with 33 point, 21 rebounds and five assists.

The Slammers defeated the Cougars 76-70 with Slammers Kim Sitzmann (20 points, nine rebounds) going head to head against Cougars Stephanie Jones (20 points, 13 rebounds).

The Tigers took down the Hawks 85-61 while the Suns defeated the top four Redbacks 76-63.

Article by Hannah Coleman
Photo by Ashley Pearce (Reg Media)


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