Ultimate Civic League Wrap – 2018 Semi Finals!

The final 2 teams have been decided for this season’s Ultimate Civic League Grand Final, find out how they got there and read up on the Grand Final preview here:





7.30PM Greenhills Beavers 70 def. by Uni Hill 49


The Beavers will head back into the Grand final for the second season, with a comfortable win over Uni Hill. Jeremy Datson had the hot hand with 28 points, including 6 3-pointers! It was a 13 point game at 3 quarter time, but the Beavers put the clamps on and kept Uni Hill to just 9 points for the last period.


Top Performers:

Jeremy Datson (Greenhills Beavers)


Lincoln Garfirth (Uni Hill)


Adam Moore (Greenhills Beavers)




8.30PM The Splashers 64 def. St. Mary’s 51


The Splashers grinded out a win against the Sharks off the back of Sam Whelan’s 24 points. James Guley put in 2 free throws to end the 3rd quarter, stretching The Splashers lead to 8 points. From there the Sharks were never able to close the gap enough, with big plays coming from Matt Shanahan and Whelan down the stretch.


Top Performers:

Sam Whelan (The Splashers)


Mark Scherf (St Mary’s)


Bryson Norris (The Splashers)






7pm The Splashers v Greenhills Beavers


The top 2 teams from the regular season rightly won their way through to the final, with the run-and-gun style Splashers, coming up against the Veteran beaver team. The Splashers are not afraid to let it fly from beyond the arc with shooters like Sam Whelan, Bryson Norris and James Guley. They will rely on Matt Shanahan’s size and experience inside coming up against more mature bodies. Greenhills will look to utilise Adam Moore in the post, the former Big V star led to league in points per game this season. Sure to be one that goes down to the wire, make sure you are there Monday to see the best domestic competiton in the northern suburbs!



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