WABL Round 15 Wrap

Sarah Mozley

U20 MEN

Tigers went down by two-points against the Wolves at Willetton Basketball Stadium on Sunday. Despite a strong start from the Tigers, they couldn’t quite keep up with the Wolves for the whole game, going down 69-71. The two teams went toe-to-toe in the second quarter, with the Tiger trailing by just one-point at half-time. However, the Wolves ran away with a 12-point lead in the third. Determined to fight to the end, the Tigers outscored the Wolves by eight-points in the final quarter but couldn’t quite get over the line in the end.

BEST: Ben Counsel scored a game-high 23 points.

The Tigers remain eighth on the ladder and will take on the tenth placed Senators Green team this Sunday.

 

U18 CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS

The Tigers went down 17 points to the East Perth Eagles on Sunday. It was a disappointing day for our boys, as they held on to the Eagles for the first half, only trailing by three at the main break. However, a big second half from the Eagles saw them run away with the win, finishing 77-94.

BEST: Despite the loss, Tyler Kohr finished with an impressive game high 28 points.

The Tiger sit in sixth place on the ladder and will aim for a win against the fourth placed Cockburn Cougars this weekend.

 

U18 CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS

Our championship women went down by two-points to the Senators on Sunday. The Tigers started strong on the day, holding a four-point lead at half-time. However, the Senators fought back the lead towards the end of the third quarter, holding just a one-point lead at three-quarter time. The two teams battled for control in the final term, with multiple lead changes throughout the quarter. Unfortunately our girls couldn’t quite get on top in the end, going down 56-58.

BEST: Talicia Hansen finished with a game high 19-points.

Preview: The third-placed Tigers will hope for a win against the bottom-placed Perth Redbacks this Sunday.

 

U18 DIV 2 GIRLS

The Tigers went down by 20 points to the Wolves on Sunday. The girls held on in the first quarter, only trailing by three points at quarter time, but the Wolves ran away with the scoring after the main break, finishing 53-73.

BEST: Ruby Jones finished with 18 points including a game high four-three pointers.

Preview: The fourth-placed Tigers are in for a good test against the third-placed Cockburn Cougars this weekend.

 

U18 BOYS DIV 3

The Tigers went down by two points in a thriller against the Cockburn Cougars Blue. The Tigers led by six-points at quarter time, however the Cougars played catch-up in the second term, fighting back a one-point lead at half-time. The Tigers responded in the third quarter, finishing with a four-point lead at three quarter time. The two teams battled it out in the final term, with the Cougars just scraping past with a win by scoring two-points with one-minute left on the clock. Final score 71-73.

BEST: Mathew Crook scored a team high 17 points. Both Crook and Lindan Dinardo finished with a shared game high four-three pointers.

Preview: The Tigers sit in fourth place on the ladder and will expect a win against the last-placed Rockingham Flames White this weekend.

 

U16 BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP

The Tigers outshone the Eastern Suns on Sunday at Willetton Basketball Stadium, finishing with a 35-point win. The Tigers dominated the Suns from the start, storming home with a comfortable win of 88-53. The boys started strong and held onto the lead throughout the game, making for an easy win and a huge confident boost for the Championship side.

BEST: Thomas Gerovich finished with a game high 23 points.

Preview: The Tiger sit in fifth spot on the ladder and will take on the third-placed Cockburn Cougars this Sunday in an exciting match-up.

 

U16 CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS

The Tigers went down by 15-points to Lakeside Lightning on Sunday. Lightning were too good all day, and despite our girls’ relentless effort they couldn’t match it with the top side in the competition. It was an important lesson for our Tigers as they prepare for finals in a few weeks’ time.

BEST: Tayah Morgan finished with 15 points.

Preview: The Tigers hold onto their spot in third place on the ladder and will prepare for another challenge against the fourth-placed Mandurah Magic this Sunday.

 

U16 DIV 2 GIRLS

The Tigers White downed the Senators by nine-points at Warwick Stadium on Sunday. The Tigers started strong and despite a late surge from the Senators they held on with a win of 64-55. The Senators looked threatening at stages, but the Tigers held their composure, and the lead, throughout the day. The win is even more impressive as the Tigers only had six players on the day compared to the Senators’ nine.

BEST: Indya Hawkins led with a game high 26 points.

Preview: The Tigers White sit in second place on the ladder (behind Tigers Blue). They take on the South West Slammers in Rockingham next Sunday.


The Tigers Blue went down by seven-points to the East Perth Eagles on Sunday at Willetton Basketball Stadium. The Tigers started strong, holding onto a ten-point lead at quarter time. The girls extended their lead to an impressive 14 points by half-time. The Eagles surged in the third quarter, levelling out the scores before entering the final term. The final term was a battle between the sides, with the third-placed Eagles managing to creep past with the win. Final score 49-56.

BEST: Sienna Ramsay finished with 13 points.

Preview: The Tigers Blue remain top of the table and will take on the Cockburn Cougars next Sunday.

 

U16 DIV 3 BOYS

It was win’s all round for our three teams in the Division three competition!

The Tigers Blue soared past the East Perth Eagles with a 27-point win, final score 73-46.

BEST: Aiden Fitzgerald finished with 14 points, followed closely by Zhai Bassett and Travis Lee with 13.

Preview: The Tigers keep their spot on the top of the table and will prepare for the trip to Mandurah this Sunday to take on the ninth-placed Magic.

The Tigers White clutched a two-point win over the Senators on Sunday. It was a thrilling game as the two teams went toe-to-toe all day, never letting the other side run away with a strong lead. The Tigers nudged in front in the final term, with a result of 78-76.

BEST: An impressive spread of contribution from the Tigers, with Kian Ng leading with 13 points. Followed by Darren Fernandez on 12, Wesley Migro on 11, and Alex Panzich and Jesse Wilcox on 10.

Preview: The Tigers White sit in second spot behind the Tigers Blue. They will take on the fifth-placed South West Slammers next Sunday in Mandurah.

The Tigers Orange also finished with a thriller, defeating Mandurah Magic by three-points on Sunday. The trip down to Mandurah was no worry for our Tigers, who finished with a final score of 71-68.

BEST: Dylan Srdarev finished with a game high 25 points, including a game high four-three pointers.

Preview: The Tigers Orange sit in sixth place and will take on the Wolves next Sunday at Bendat Basketball Centre.

 

U16 DIV 3 GIRLS

What a win! Our girls finished with a massive 45-point win over the Rockingham Flames. It was too easy for our Tigers on Sunday, as they stormed home with a final score of 42-87.

BEST: Makaela Houghton led the charge with a game high 27 points.

Preview: The Tigers hold their spot on the top of the ladder and will take on the second-placed East Perth Eagles next Sunday in a top-of-the-table clash at Lakeside Rec Centre.

 

U14 CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS

Our two U14 Championship boys Round 15 game has been re-scheduled for Tuesday 20 August 2019 as some of the players in Tigers White are competing inter-state representing School Sport WA in basketball in Bendigo VIC. Best of luck to Riley Auret, Riley Clark, Jakob Dyson and Harper Raison.

The Tigers Blue will take on the fourth-placed Mandurah Magic next Sunday, while the Tigers White will take on the Perth Redbacks.

 

 

U14 CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS

A big day for the Tigers Blue! They charged home with a 60-point WIN over the East Perth Eagles. They’re at the top of the ladder and remain undefeated for a reason…

Final score: Tigers 80- Eagles 20

BEST: Taylah Haboldt led with a game high 23 points including two-three pointers.

Preview: Our girls face a big test this weekend when they take on the second-placed Mandurah Magic. Should be an exciting top-of-the-table clash!

 

 

In a low-scoring affair the Tigers White walked home with an eight-point win over the South West Slammers. After a slow first half, the Tigers managed to overtake the Slammers in the second, finishing with a final score of 39-31.

BEST: Big day for Ashlin Ramsay! She was responsible for a game high 19 points, just under half the team’s final score, including three-three pointers.

Preview: The Tigers White sit in seventh place on the ladder and will take on the ninth-placed East Perth Eagles this Sunday.

 

 

U14 DIV 2 GIRLS

The Tigers Blue defeated the Tigers White by nine-points on Sunday. The second-placed Tigers Blue were just too good for the sixth-placed Tigers White in the Tiger v Tiger clash. Final score: Tiger Blue 60 – Tiger White 51

BEST: Ella Bobongie and Sienna Timmermans tied with a game-high 13 points from Tigers Blue.

Preview: Tigers Blue will take on Mandurah Magic, while Tigers White will prepare for the Perth Redbacks this Sunday.

 

 

U14 DIV 4 BOYS

Big win for our Tigers Blue on Sunday! The Tigers defeated the Cockburn Cougars by 54 points on Sunday at home, final score of 90-36. Our boys will take plenty of confidence from this win…

BEST: Min Khant Kyaw finished with a game high 17 points, with four other players contributing with double digits on the scoreboard.

Preview: The second-placed Tigers Blue will hope for another big win when they take on the ninth-placed Perth Redbacks Black on Sunday.

 

Meanwhile, our Tigers White went down by 22 points to the Senators on Sunday. It was a tough game for our boys going against the second-placed Senators, but they put up a fight the whole day. Final score: Senators 60 – Tigers 38.

BEST: Jordan Yum finished with a team high 12 points, only three-points less than the Senators top scorer on the day.

Preview: The sixth-placed Tigers White will look to bounce back against the seventh-placed South West Slammers this Sunday.

 

U12 CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS

Our Championship team defeated the East Perth Eagles by 18-points on Sunday. Despite a strong first quarter from the Eagles, the Tigers fought back the lead to finish with a 75-57 win at Willetton Basketball Stadium. After a strong second quarter when the Tigers took the lead for the first time, the Eagles stayed close behind, trailing by just four points until three quarter time. However, the boys were impressive in the final quarter, scoring 24-points and restricted the Eagles to just ten.

BEST: Henry Jones led with a game high 17 points.

Preview: The Championship side sits comfortably at the top of the ladder, and will look for another win when they take on the eighth placed Cockburn Cougars this Sunday.

 

U12 CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS

The Tigers Blue took home a convincing 60-point win over their home-team rivals, the Tigers White. The top-of-the-table Tigers Blue looked dominated the game from the start and proved too strong for the fifth-placed Tigers White, finishing with a 79-19 win.

BEST: The Tigers Blue were led by Ashlyn Davie with 18 points, followed by Sienna Lilly with 17, and Lara Bussell with 12. Sienna Lilly also scored the only three-pointer for the day.

Preview: The Tigers Blue will take on Mandurah Magic, while the Tigers White will look for a win against the third placed Perth Redbacks this Sunday.

 

U12 DIV 2 BOYS

The Tigers Blue defeated the East Perth Eagles by six-points in Sunday. It was a slow start for the Tigers on Sunday, who were trailing behind the Eagles until the final quarter. However, a determined Tigers team managed to take control late in the game and impressively overtook the Eagles to finish with a 70-64 win. It was a late save from the boys, they won’t want to be pulling off too many more games like that again!

BEST: Kyle Jyen Ng was crucial to the Tigers getting over the line in the end, finishing with a game high 22 points.

Preview: The Tigers Blue hold their spot at the top and will be expecting another win against the 10th placed Mandurah Magic this Sunday.

 

Meanwhile, the Tigers White went down by 15 points to the Senators. The Tigers held a five-point lead at half-time, however, couldn’t keep hold of it during the second half, going down 76-61. Plenty of positive signs from the Tigers in this game as they had a pretty dominant start to the game against a quality team.

BEST: Blade Mendes with 15 points.

Preview: The third-placed Tigers White will hope to bounce back with a win against the eighth placed Hills Raiders this weekend.

 

U12 DIV 2 GIRLS

Both the Tigers Blue and White teams went down over the weekend.

The Tigers White went down 30-39 to the Cockburn Cougars, while the Tigers Blue were defeated 40-61 by the number-one team, the East Perth Eagles.

BEST: Caitlin Mackinlay finished with a game high 12 points for the Tigers White, and Kate Beamish finished with a team high 10 points for the Tigers Blue.

Preview: The seventh placed Tigers Blue will take on the tenth placed Hills Raiders. The eighth placed Tigers White will take on the East Perth Eagles.

 

U12 DIV 3 BOYS

The Tigers went down by 15-points to the second-placed Perth Redbacks Black on the weekend. The two teams started pretty evenly, with our Tigers only trailing by one-point at quarter time and by just two-points at half-time. The Tigers held the lead for most of the third-quarter, before the Redbacks made a surge to hold a nine-point lead going into the final quarter. From there the Tigers couldn’t quite catch-up, but there’s plenty to be proud of the way they went toe-to-toe with one of the best teams in the comp!

BEST: Gabriel Miskiewicz scored a team high 11-points followed closely by Advit Chugh with 10-points.

The Tigers sit in sixth place on the ladder and will take on the tenth placed Mandurah Magic this weekend.




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