WABL Round 17 Wrap

By Sarah Mozley

U20 MEN

Our Tigers went down by three-points to the Cockburn Cougars over the weekend. It was a close contest all day with multiple lead changes throughout. However, it was the Cougars who managed to scrape by with the win in the end, with a final score of 59-62.

BEST: Dylan Hampson and Zachary Barham with 13 points.

Preview: The Tigers sit in eighth spot and will take on the twelfth placed East Perth Eagles Red in the final game of the regular season this weekend.

 

U18 CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

Our Tigers beat the Joondalup Wolves by 17-points on Sunday! Our Tigers held onto the lead for four quarters, finishing with a comfortable win and a final score 68-51.

BEST: Tyler Kohr with a game high 19 points.

Preview: The fifth placed Tigers will take on the sixth placed Cockburn Cougars this weekend.

 

U18 CHAMPIONSHIP WOMEN

The Tigers went down by 17-points to the Rockingham Flames over the weekend. Our girls only trailed by one-point at quarter time, before the lead grew to 12-points at half time. Our Tigers never gave up, but the Flames were just too good, with a final score of 76-59.

BEST: Shenae Hartree with 11 points.

Preview: The third placed Tigers will take on the fifth placed Senators this Sunday.

 

U18 DIV TWO WOMEN

The Tigers went down by 23-points to the Kalamunda Eastern Suns over the weekend. It was a tough ask for our women going up against the number one team in the competition, and unfortunately, they couldn’t keep up. Final score of 50-73.

BEST: Aisha Forrest with an impressive game high 20 points, including four-three pointers.

Preview: the fourth placed Tigers will take on the fifth placed East Perth Eagles this weekend.

 

U18 DIV THREE MEN

The Tigers defeated the Perth Redbacks by 21-points on Sunday. It was a big win for our Tigers, finishing with a final score of 57-78. Congrats guys!

BEST: Lindan Dinardo with a game high 16 points.

Preview: The fourth placed Tigers take on the seventh placed Cockburn Cougars White this weekend.

 

U16 CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS

A massive win for our Tigers on the weekend! They finished with a whopping 65-point win over the Joondalup Wolves on the weekend. Final score of 109-44, great work guys!

BEST: Thomas Gerovich with a game high 31 points followed by Blake Fido with 26 points.

Preview: the fifth placed Tigers are up for a bigger challenge this weekend when they take on the third placed Cockburn Cougars.

 

U16 CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS

Our Tigers went down by 12 points to the Joondalup Wolves over the weekend. It was a tough contest against the second placed team in the competition, but our girls did a great job to be relentless all day.

BEST: Ella Doyle with a game high 16 points.

Preview: The third placed Tigers are up for another challenge this weekend when they take on the fourth placed Mandurah Magic.

 

U16 DIV TWO GIRLS

Two wins for our two Tigers teams on the weekend!

Firstly, it was a massive win for our Tigers Blue team, who finished with a 50-point win over the Kalamunda Eastern Suns. Final score of 84-34, congrats girls!

BEST: Ariane Creighton and Piper Hearn with a game high 19 points.

Preview: the Tigers Blue hold their spot at the top of the table and will take on the ninth placed Cockburn Cougars this weekend.

 

Meanwhile, the Tigers White finished with a thrilling two-point win over the East Perth Eagles on the weekend. It was a very close game all day and we’re super proud of our girls for getting over the line in the end. Final score of 57-59.

BEST: Anjelique Raison on a game high 17 points.

Preview: The Tigers White sit in second spot on the ladder and will take on the fifth placed Lakeside Lightning this weekend.

 

U16 DIV THREE BOYS

Two of our three Tiger teams in this division came home with a win on the weekend.

Firstly, the Tigers Blue came home with a four-point win over the Joondalup Wolves. Final score of 60-56.

BEST: Travis Lee with 14 points.

Preview: The first placed Tigers Blue will take on the ninth placed Mandurah Magic this weekend.

 

Meanwhile, the Tigers White finished with a comfortable 16-point win over the East Perth Eagles. Final score of 65-81.

BEST: Kian Ng on 16 points followed by Alex Panzich on 15 points.

Preview: The second placed Tigers White will take on the fifth placed Tigers Orange this weekend.

 

And finally, our Tigers Orange went down by 19-points to the Senators over the weekend. Bad luck to our guys, it wasn’t their day. Final score of 68-87.

BEST: David Toluwade with a tied game high 19 points.

Preview: same as above.

 

U16 DIV THREE GIRLS

The Tigers finished with a big 39-point win over the Rockingham Flames over the weekend. Final score of 81-42, congrats girls!

BEST: Makaela Houghton with a game high 22 points.

Preview: the second placed Tigers take on the sixth placed Senators for the final game of the season this weekend.

 

U14 CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS

The Tigers Blue finished with an impressive 38-point win over the Joondalup Wolves on the weekend. Our boys held onto the lead all day, making for an easy 72-34 victory.

BEST: Nicholus Lahiri finished with a game high 30 points, his best for the season.

Preview: The Tigers Blue remain undefeated at the top of the table, and will take on the fourth placed Mandurah Magic this weekend.

 

Meanwhile, the Tigers White went down by a frustrating two points to the Cockburn Cougars. It was a close match all day, with our boys fighting hard during the final term to get on top of the Cougars. Unfortunately, they couldn’t quite stay in touch at the end. Final score of 45-47.

BEST: Harrisson Fitzgerald with 12 points.

Preview: the ninth placed Tigers White will take on the fifth placed Joondalup Wolves this weekend.

 

U14 CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS

It was a massive win for our Tigers Blue team on the weekend! They defeated the third placed Joondalup Wolves by 52-points. The girls dominated from the beginning, finishing with a final score of 79-27. That will be a big confidence boost for our girls as they prepare for finals in a few weeks!

BEST: Plenty of girls put double digits up on the scoreboard to contribute to the win. Monique Williams led with 14 points, followed by Jasmin Clark on 13 points. It was a real team effort on the weekend.

Preview: The Tigers Blue sit in first place on the ladder and will take on the second-placed Mandurah Magic in what should be an exciting top-of-the-table clash before we head into finals!

Meanwhile, our Tigers White couldn’t quite match it with the second placed Mandurah Magic on the weekend, going down by 21 points. The Magic were too good all day, finishing with a 29-50 victory.

BEST: Kiara Waite with a team high eight points.

Preview: The Tigers White sit in seventh place and will take on the ninth placed Perry Lakes Hawks this weekend.

 

U14 DIV TWO GIRLS

A great weekend for our Tigers Blue team! They defeated the Joondalup Wolves by 56 points. Our girls were a dominant force all day, finishing with a final score of 84-28.

BEST: Sienna Timmermans led with a game high 17 points, closely followed by Mackenzie Jones on 16 points.

Preview: The second placed Tigers Blue team will hope for another win when they take on the ninth placed Mandurah Magic this weekend.

 

Meanwhile, the Tigers White team went down by 10 points to the Warwick Senators. The Tigers got within one-point during the second quarter, but from there they couldn’t catch up to the Senators. Final score of 45-64.

Preview: The sixth placed Tigers White team will take on the fifth placed Joondalup Wolves this weekend.

 

U14 DIV FOUR BOYS

Our Tigers Blue team will be happy this week! They finished with a 64 point win over the Joondalup Wolves over the weekend. A massive effort from our boys to take control all day, congrats! Final score of 86-22.

Preview: the second placed Tigers Blue team is up for a bigger challenge this weekend when they take on the fourth placed Perth Redbacks Black team.

 

Unfortunately our Tigers White team finished with a disappointing five point loss to the Cockburn Cougars. Our boys led for a lot of the day, but couldn’t stop a late surge from the Cougars during the final quarter. Final score of 64-59.

BEST: Sean Harcombe finished with an impressive game high 23 points.

Preview: The Tigers White team sit in sixth place and are up for a big challenge this weekend when they take on the first placed Lakeside Lightning.

 

U12 CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS

Our boys finished with a big 33 point win over the Joondalup Wolves on the weekend! The Tigers held the lead all day, but it wasn’t until the second half that they were able to run away on the scoreboard. Final score of 74-41.

BEST: Lachlan Burnett with a game high 15 points.

Preview: the first placed Tigers will be looking to finish the regular season with another big win when they take on the eighth placed Cockburn Cougars.

 

U12 CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS

The Tigers Blue team finished with an easy 34 point victory over the Joondalup Wolves on the weekend. Our girls held the Wolves scoreless in the first quarter, and from there finished with an easy win. Final score 53-19.

BEST: Lara Bussell with a game high 18 points.

Preview: The Tigers Blue team sit at the top of the ladder and will take on the ninth placed Mandurah Magic this weekend.

 

Meanwhile, our Tigers White team went down by 51 points to the Rockingham Flames. It was a tough day for our girls, going up against the second placed team in the competition. They couldn’t match it with the Flames, final score of 31-82.

BEST: Reece Anticevic with 16 points.

Preview: The Tigers White sit in fifth place and will take on the eighth placed Joondalup Wolves this weekend.

 

U12 DIV TWO BOYS

It was two for two over the weekend for our Tigers teams!

Firstly, the Tigers Blue team finished with a 25 point victory over the Joondalup Wolves. The scores were level at quarter time, but the Tigers overpowered the Wolves for the rest of the day, finishing with a final score of 72-47.

BEST: Kyle Jyen Ng finished with a game high 20 points.

Preview: the first placed Tigers Blue team will take on the tenth placed Mandurah Magic this weekend, in what should be another big win for our boys.


And our Tigers White team finished with an eleven point win over the East Perth Eagles. It was a close contest all day, with the Eagles trailing by just three points at half time. However, our Tigers team were better for longer, finishing with a 67-78 win.

BEST: Blade Mendes finished with a game high 24 points, followed by Hunter Hearn on 22 points.

Preview: the third placed Tigers White team will take on the fifth placed Lakeside Lightning this weekend.

 

U12 DIV TWO GIRLS

Both of our Tigers teams finished with a win over the weekend!

The Tigers Blue snatched a four-point win over the Joondalup Wolves. Congrats to our girls for getting over the line! Final score of 50-46.

BEST: Jessica Green with a tied game high 14 points.

Preview: the fourth placed Tigers Blue team will hope for another win this weekend against the tenth placed Hills Raiders.

Meanwhile, our Tigers White team finished with a more convincing 15 point win over the Hills Raiders. The Raiders stayed in touch for most of the day, before the Tigers had a big final quarter to finish with a 37-22 victory.

BEST: Abby Sinnott with a game high 13 points.

Preview: the eight placed Tigers White team are up for a bigger challenge this weekend against the third place Perry Lakes Hawks.

 

U12 DIV THREE BOYS

Our Tigers finished with a 10 point victory over the Joondalup Wolves! Our Tigers held the lead until half time, before the Wolves caught up with a four-point lead at three quarter time. Our boys put in a big effort during the final term to fight back for a 50-60 win.

BEST: Gabriel Miskiewicz with a team high 10 points.

Preview: the sixth placed Tigers will take on the tenth placed Mandurah Magic this weekend.




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