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NBL1 Women’s Round 10 review: Sabres, Eagles wreak havoc on top eight sides

GEELONG Supercats, Bendigo Braves and Kilsyth Cobras’ winning runs continued as Dandenong Rangers’ poor form stretched another week in a big round of National Basketball League (NBL)1 Women’s action. In the shocks of the round, bottom two sides Southern Sabres and Diamond Valley Eagles both picked up their third and second wins respectively to move […]

NBL1 mid-season review: Hobart Huskies

IN the mid-season break, Basketball Draft Central takes a look at each National Basketball League (NBL)1 team in both the men’s and women’s competition and will analyse how they have performed to date, some of their top performers, and the run home to see if they can make finals. Today we analyse the Hobart Huskies, […]

NBL1 Women’s Round 9 review: Supercats juggernaut continues to purr as four of top five extend winning streaks

THE remarkable run for Geelong Supercats, Bendigo Braves, Knox Raiders and Kilsyth Cobras continued in the National Basketball League (NBL)1 women’s competition over the weekend, with the respective sides extending their winning streaks to 11, five, five and seven games respectively. The most impressive of all winning streaks was the Supercats, who made it into […]

NBL1 Women’s Round 8 review: CoE, Rush surge with big wins

IT was a weekend to remember for the struggling Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (CoE) and Ballarat Rush, while one to forget for Launceston Tornadoes. The CoE played three games across the round, and having not won a game in 11 starts, were desperate to get on the board. They did just that not once, […]

NBL1 Women’s Round 7 review: Supercats make it eight on the trot

GEELONG Supercats have made it eight consecutive wins in the National Basketball League (NBL)1 Women’s competition after downing the in-form Melbourne Tigers, and Diamond Valley Eagles in Round 7. Against the Tigers, the Supercats were able to control the game for three quarters to lead by 19 points at the final break, before Melbourne scored […]

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