Tigers Announce Signing of Brent Hank

The Zambrero Willetton Tigers have bolstered their big man stocks with the recent signing of 6”10 Australian Centre Brent Hank.

Hank who is 23 years of age has joined the Tigers this week having recently returned to Australia after having completed his college career at the University of Albany in New York, USA.

The signing of Hank who has had a successful junior career coming thru the Australian underage system where he represented South Australia several times at National Championships and had also previously played at NBL1 level for Centrals in South Australia is the final addition to a Tigers roster which has started the NBL1 West season in positive style with a current 6-1 win/loss record.

“I am really looking forward to joining the team and helping the team to have a successful season” said Hank when asked about his signing with the Tigers.

Zambrero Willetton Tigers Head Coach Adam Nener is excited to add Hank to the roster for the remainder of the season and made the following comments upon his arrival at the Tigers “From the first conversation we had, Brent was all about coming in and helping the team out where he can and this was evident in his first training session with the team. It’s all the little things that we were impressed with, such as his talk on defense and he certainly isn’t shy to put his body on the line either which will be great to see”.

The Zambrero Willetton Tigers continue a run of home games this weekend when they play the East Perth Eagles at Willetton Stadium on Saturday 12th June with the women’s game scheduled for a 5pm tip off.




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