Under-18s scrape a win

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Narrogin’s under-18 men’s side.
Camera IconNarrogin’s under-18 men’s side.

Narrogin Junior Association have avoided relegation in the men’s under-18 Country Championship division 2, winning only a single match in Perth over the weekend.

In their first match Narrogin couldn’t be separated from Karratha at the end of play, both sitting on 30 when the buzzer sounded.

Manjimup cruised to victory against Narrogin in round 2, 52-20.

Narrogin came up short against Pinjarra in round 3, 40-36, and couldn’t find their groove in round four against Geraldton, going down 48-32.

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There was more heartbreak for the side in round five as Dongara found a one-point advantage against Narrogin at the end of play to win 31-30.

Narrogin finally found a win in the final match against Australind, 43-35, to place sixth overall.

Ethaniel Bolton was the side’s highest scorer with 41 for the weekend, closely followed by Jake Ogle with 39.

Narrogin’s men’s under-16 side found themselves at the bottom of division 3, without a win from the weekend.

Narrogin’s under-16 men’s side.
Camera IconNarrogin’s under-16 men’s side. Credit: Narrogin Junior Basketball Association

Dwayne Riley finished his campaign with 28 points, including two three-point goals, while Denzel Turner made 20 points for his side in Perth across the championships.

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