Long and Anderson help Colts put Thunder to sword

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Blazers’ Aaliyah Ugle.
Camera IconBlazers’ Aaliyah Ugle. Credit: Picture: Michael Traill, Michael Traill.

Colts remain undefeated in the Narrogin Junior Basketball Association’s under-19 boys’ competition after a decisive 60-34 win over fifth-place Thunder.

Colts’ Richard Long, Darryl Anderson and Thunder’s Daniel Conlan were named best players for the match.

Blazers kept within two matches of Colts in second, as they were far too strong for bottom-placed Vipers, winning 58-28.

Blazers’ Malachi Bolton, Dominique Eades and Thunder’s Jerrimiah Thorne stood out.

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Third-placed Roxville played a tight clash with Rangers, keeping them to only 17 points for the match in their 26 point win.

Ethaniel Bolton, Jydan Lanciano and T. Barrett found themselves on the best players list.

Seventh-placed Rockets upset sixth-placed Big Ballers 40-31 in last week’s clash.

Rockets’ Caleb Keley, James Cronin and Dylan Annear impressed officials on the court.

In the girls’ under-19s no one looks likely to stop Blazers.

Blazers thrashed Rangers 67-3, with Alysha Ryder, Megan Dyson and Kelly Ugle the stand-outs.

Second placed-Royals were far too strong for third-placed Cats, winning 56-14.

Royals’ Melita Davey, Shaylee Annear and Cats’ Abbey Kitchen made the most of their time on the court, named best players.

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