But despite the win, the Lady Cobras will be playing for their season this coming Saturday at they take on the Dandenong Rangers in a must win game. A win will ensure 4th position and a home final a loss could see them eliminated from the 2009 SEABL finals.
Amy Denson (26pts, 14rbds) bounced back with an impressive game against WNBL player Marita Payne (14pts, 13rbds) who restricted the Lady Cobra in their previous match up.
Like their previous match up, Frankston jumped out of the blocks and were able to build an early lead. In a high scoring opening term Frankston led 22-18 with Hannah Zaecvz (11pts) and Payne leading the way.
Hayley Moffatt (16pts) and Sarah Parsons (21pts, 5ass, 4stls) found their range in the second as the Lady Cobras turned a four point deficit into a six point lead at the half. The Lady Cobras 28 point quarter was one of their biggest of the season.
Kilsyth rolled on in the third, stepping up the defensive intensity to restrict Frankston to just 10 points for the quarter while scoring 23 points of their own to extend the margin to 19 going into the final term.
Despite a final quarter run from the Blues led by Kylie Reid (18pts) the margin was to great and Kilsyth to committed. The Lady Cobras recorded their 11th win of the season to remain in 4th position.
The Lady Cobras will play their final regular season game at home this coming Saturday 1 August 2009 against the Dandenong Rangers. A win is a must for Kilsyth, a win will guarantee 4th position and a home final, a loss could see them miss out on the playoffs all together.
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