With only two rounds left of D-League until play-offs every game is vital, however the Workforcexs Cobras went down in all three matches played over the weekend, with the men losing to Knox on Saturday night and Nunawading on Sunday while the woman went down to Nunawading on the Sunday as well.
The Knox Raiders defeated the Workforcexs Cobras by 15 points on Saturday night after a dominant 28-18 third quarter, the first half was evenly contested with the Raiders taking a five point lead into half time.
Knox shot at close to 70% from the field in the third quarter to lead by 15 points at the final change; Kilsyth did their best to pull back the margin in the last but had no such luck, going down 79-64.
Yesterday afternoon the Workforcexs Lady Cobras were defeated by 18 points by Nunawading after another poor shooting performance, shooting at just 31.3% from the field compared to Nunawading’s 43.3%.
A poor second half saw Kilsyth outscored 36-22 in their 62-44 loss; Nunawading shot at 60% from the field in the last quarter to seal the win, the Workforcexs Lady Cobras now find themselves outside the top four with just one week to play before play-offs.
The Workforcexs Cobras also find themselves falling to fifth on the ladder after going down by 10 points to Nunawading on Sunday afternoon, 75-65.
Nunawading got away to fast start leading by 11 points at half time, Kilsyth did their best to make a comeback with an 18-13 last quarter but left it to late, Nunawading dominated defensively with 33-23 boards. Daniel Tomada was Kilsyth’s best with 22 points and 9 rebounds.
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