Returning from the Apple Isle with two big wins against ladder leader Launceston and the improving NW Tasmania Thunder, Kilsyth’s Sarah Parsons is rewarded with her second POTW award with two stellar performances. In the Cobras huge win against the Tornados Sarah had 26 points @ 65%, 9 Rebounds and 6 assists. Backing up the next night against the Thunder Sarah had a massive 17 rebounds to go with her 20 points and 6 assists. The two wins keep the Cobras in touch with a top three finish.
Other notable performances were;
qFrankston Blues Marita Payne helped the Blues to their 5th win of the season with a 26 point and 14 rebound haul against the Bandits.
qSpectre Jenna O’Hea helped herself to 23 points, 7 assists and 5 rebounds in her teams 94 – 57 win over the Bandits.
qThunder Emily Fryters 24 point and 12 rebound haul against the Cobras led the Thunder’s scorers but her effort was not enough to get the Thunder over the line.
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Your Kilsyth Cobras play host to the Eltham Wildcats in the NBL1 Game of the Week on Saturday night. The Cobras look to defend home court in a key late season doubleheader, with the Women needing a win to stay in postseason contention, while the 11-6 Men look to continue their rapid rise up
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