CBL Round Six Review

WARRAGUL men continued their winning ways with two wins over the weekend – snaring a six-point win over Churchill before a 44-point thumping of Bairnsdale.

CBL – ROUND 6 REVIEW

The back-to-back triumphs keep the Warriors in first place in CBL Gippsland with a perfect six wins to start the season.

Moe returned to the winners list with a hard fought two-point win on the road against Maffra, with the win earning it a hold of second position with a 4 wins and the one loss so far in 2017/18.

The Maffra women stumbled this week with two losses after three straight wins to open the season. They have been pushed down to third spot and Moe, after beating the Eagles by six points, have leapfrogged them for second on the Gippsland women’s ladder.

Wallan men have dropped to fourth on the North East ladder after two successive losses against Seymour by six points and then Wodonga by 31. The Wallan women, on the other hand, had a very impressive weekend securing two wins, including the upset win over the previously undefeated Wodonga Lady Wolves by seven points. The Panthers now have a 3 game winning streak that sees them hold the fourth position on the North East women’s ladder.

Maryborough men have given themselves some breathing room against local rivals Castlemaine, earning another win with a 29-point victory over Swan Hill with Brady Neill shooting the lights out with 38 points while the Cannons came up short against Mildura by 17.

Swan Hill Lady Flyers have pushed their win streak to three after defeating Maryborough by 26. The result also sees Swan Hill in second position and Maryborough in fifth in a very tense North West women’s competition.

Geelong reigns supreme in the South West with a five-point win over the Millicent Magic. The Supercats were able to overcome four double-digit scorers in the Millicent line-up to take sole standing atop the ladder.

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