MT GAMBIER 76 (Burdon 19, Davis 14)
Lost to
BENDIGO 77 (Yearby 30, Tanner 17)
Both teams started well, and the lead changed 20 times throughout the game.  Bendigo import Yearby hit a three pointer with 3mins to go, but the Braves went scoreless for the remainder of the game but eventually held on as the Pioneers struggled to convert down the stretch.
MVP – Deilvez Yearby (Bendigo)

ALBURY/WODONGA 93 (Ferguson 28, Opacic 26)
NW TASMANIA 71 (Gary 18, Gaff 15)
The Bandits were outstanding in the first quarter, getting out to a 20pt lead thanks to superb shooting from Ferguson and Opacic.  The impressive shooting display continued for the remainder of the game as the Badits shot at 50% from the field and outscored the Thunder in all four quarters.
MVP – Jazzmarr Ferguson (Albury/Wodonga)
CANBERRA 59 (Lacey 19, Miller 12)
Lost to
KNOX 90 (Massingale 28, Philip 20)
Despite the home side holding a slight three point advantage at the first quarter buzzer, the game belonged to the visitors after that point as the Raiders outscored the Gunners by 34 points over the next three terms.  The inside pairing of Lester Strong and John Philip were dominant, both recording impressive double-doubles and helping the Raiders to win the rebounding count 55-32.
MVP – Lester Strong (Knox)
SANDRINGHAM 82 (Muhlbach 31, Wilcher 16)
FRANKSTON 81 (Henry 22, Long 14)
Frankston led by 11pts with 5mins to play, and looked to have the game, but allowed the Sabres to score 16pts to close the game and force overtime behind the brilliant play of import Beau Muhlbach.  The Sabres kept the momentum into overtime and sealed the win with a free throw with 50secs remaining.
MVP – Beau Muhlbach (Sandringham)

GEELONG 99 (Barrett 21, Wilson 18, Owusu 18)
HOBART 83 (Armstrong 23, Polk 23)
Hobart produced three solid quarters of basketball to have a 4pt advantage with 10mins to play, but were completely outplayed in the fourth quarter as the Supercats scored a confidence boosting come from behind victory. Owusu and Barrett led the charge in the fourth as they scored 29pts as a team and held Hobart to 9pts in the fourth.
MVP – Kimmani Barrett (Geelong)

KILSYTH 76 (Blair 25, Lang 24)
BALLARAT 72 (Bruce 19, White 13)
The return of Tim Lang to the Cobras line-up was a welcome addition for Kilsyth as his presence in the paint helped them achieve the win and remain undefeated.  The Miners put up a gallant fight but struggled to convert key baskets in the final minutes of the game.
MVP – Tim Lang (Kilsyth)

NUNAWADING 68 (McDonald 14, Conn 13)
HOBART 57 (Harris 14, Polk 10, Armstrong 10)
For the second game of their two game weekend the Chargers were completely out played in the fourth quarter.  Hobart led early in the first quarter and only trailed by 1pt at three quarter time, but once again could not deliver the points in the final term.
MVP – Shane McDonald (Nunawading)
DANDENONG 94 (Harms 15, Barker 15, Jois 15)
NW TASMANIA 74 (Gary 18, Haywood 17)
NW Tasmania was competitive in the first half and only trailed by 5pts after the second quarter.  But tiredness entered their game and the Rangers lifted their intensity to outscore them 47-32 in the second half to secure a comfortable victory.
MVP – Lucas Barker (Dandenong)