It’s another big weekend ahead for the Workforcexs Kilsyth Cobras (8-6) and the Workforcexs Kilsyth Lady Cobras (9-6) as they take on Frankston in Frankston on Saturday night before returning home on Sunday to take on Bendigo.
The Workforcexs Lady Cobras split the results of last weekend’s game defeating Ballarat at home on Sunday by eight points after a disappointing 70-35 defeat by Nunawading on Saturday night.
After shooting at only 15.9% from the field against Nunawading, Sam Drescher (25pts, 20rbds & 4as) and Brittany Renton (21pts, 11rbds) came out on Sunday and together helped to defeat Ballarat.
This Saturday nights opponent the Frankston Lady Blues (9-6) went down to league leader Knox last Wednesday night by just seven points, Jessica Thompson (19pts, 10rbds) and Alana Bell (17pts, 5rbds) were the Lady Blues best performers and will need to the players Kilsyth watch out for come this weekend’s match.
The Bendigo Young Lady Braves (3-11), like the Workforcexs Lady Cobras suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Nunawading going down 76-48; Elise Strachan was their best with 14 points.
With Kilsyth now sitting in fourth position and only five weeks till play-offs, this weekend’s games become of extreme importance, Sam Dresher is the key to stopping the Workforcexs Lady Cobras, and if she continues her outstanding form of the season thus far Kilsyth will go a long way to winning both games.
The Workforcexs Lady Cobras tip off at 12.30pm Sunday July 3 against Bendigo on Hugh McMenamin Court.
The Workforcexs Kilsyth Cobras went down in two close games last weekend to fall to third position just in front of Sandringham. Nunawading defeated Kilsyth by 8 on Saturday night while Ballarat got over the line by 13 on Sunday afternoon.
Like the Workforcexs Lady Cobras the Workforcexs Cobras need to finish the weekend with two wins to cement their position in the top-four. They come up against a Frankston Blues side (5-10) who were comprehensively beaten 95-64 by Knox last Wednesday night, then return home on Sunday afternoon to face the Bendigo Young Braves (2-12) who fell six points short of Nunawading last week.
If Zach Taulien, Adam Knott and Stephen O’Brien can continue their good form Kilsyth will a long way to winning their matches this weekend.
The Workforcexs Cobras tip off at 2.30pm Sunday July 3 against Bendigo on Hugh McMenamin Court.
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