Lady Cobras (11-6) return home after winning the Tasmania double last weekend defeating both Launceston and NW Tasmania. The Lady Cobras have now won 4 of their past 5 games with wins over Ballarat, Bendigo, Launceston and NW Tasmania, three of these teams being serious contenders for the League Championship.
Sarah Parsons pick up the Week 15 Player of the Week for her performance averaging 23pts, 13rbds and 6 assists. Her form has surely caught the attention of WNBL scouts and along with Clare Papavs have been solid contributors to the team in 2008.
A Lady Cobras win will go close to securing a place in the finals and give them a win over every team sitting above them on the ladder.
Erica McMenamin will also become the youngest SEABL player to play 200 games on Saturday night as Kilsyth play the Spectres. The game is scheduled to tip off at 6.15pm.
Cobras (7-12) play their most important game of the season as they take on the AIS to revive any hopes of finals in 2008 they must win. Kilsyth are in a similar position to where they sat in 2007 and were able to contest the Grand Final. This game is a must win to draw level on wins with the AIS and keep the slim hope alive.
Gerard Leonard (28.5ppg), Joe Werner (19.5ppg & 13rpg) and the team gave their all last weekend in Tasmania but were unable to come away with the victory, missing Jon Croft through injury hurt the Cobras chances and they hope he will return Saturday night to take on the AIS.
With the game scheduled to tip off at 8.15pm a large crowd is expected following Erica McMenamin’s 200th game. The Cobras will need your support to get this all important win against the dangerous AIS. After already dropping a game on the road to the AIS early in the season the Cobras will be keen for some revenge.
Don’t miss your opportunity to catch some great SEABL action this weekend.
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