Narrogin bounces back from big test
Four sides from the Narrogin Junior Basketball Association travelled to Perth last weekend for the final week of the WA Country Championships.
Narrogin topped the boys’ under-13 division 2 pool A ladder, but fell short against Manjimup in the grand final, 31-22.
Max Skerritt finished 10th overall for the division’s highest point scorers, with 42 points from five matches, closely followed by Maurice Ugle in 11th with 37.
In the under-13 boys’ division 3, Narrogin claimed three victories for the weekend, including one against Wheatbelt rivals Northam, 25-19.
They also secured wins against Pinjarra, 27-18, and Australind, 19-10.
Maurice Riley placed third in the points tally for the division with 44.
Neither of Narrogin’s under-15 sides recorded a win in their pool campaigns.
In the second division, Narrogin did manage to thrash Esperance 53-27 in the ranking’s semifinal.
Tommy Ramshaw was the division’s ninth highest score with 38 points, edging out Leon Abraham in 10th with 37.
Mason Riley finished fifth overall for the under-15 division 3 competition, with 52 points.
In the third division, Narrogin fell just short of Mandurah, 38-32, in their ranking’s semifinal.
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