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CBC setting high standards in division two women’s basketball

Neale HarveyKalgoorlie Miner
CBC’s Kate Cusick.
Camera IconCBC’s Kate Cusick. Credit: Madeleine Clark/Kalgoorlie Miner

CBC will chase a seventh win against Saints on Friday night as they continue to set high standards in the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Basketball Association’s women’s division two competition.

After opening the season with five consecutive victories, the Collegians were dealt a first defeat a fortnight ago by Olympians.

But they hit back to edge out Franchise by four points in round seven.

Also on Friday night, second-placed Olympians pursue a fifth victory when they take on Franchise.

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Franchise are third on the ladder with two wins from Saints.

Both games are at 7.15pm.

Division one fixtures resume on Monday night.

Ladders:

Women’s division 2:

CBC 19 points; Olympians 16; Franchise 9; Saints 7.

Women’s division 3:

Slammers 18 points; CBC 16; Olympians 17; Spartans 8.

Men’s division 2:

Spartans White 17 points; CBC 14; Spartans Green 14; Saints Black 12; Franchise 10; Olympians 9; Saints 7.

Men’s division 3:

CBC 16; Olympians 1 13; Olympians 2 12; Spartans 12; CBC 7.

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