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The Rockingham Flames women remain undefeated in the State Basketball League after a scrappy win over the Perth Redbacks last Friday night, while the men had a mixed weekend in their double-header. Chris Boag shone with 20 points and seven rebounds as the Flames women led at every change in a low-skill affair that saw the teams cough up a combined 43 turnovers and shoot at less than 20 per cent from three-point range.
Janelle Adams with 10 points was the only other Flames player to reach double figures, while Maddie Allen did well to manage 26 minutes on court after battling illness during the week and still managed to swat away three shots and pull down seven rebounds. Burrows has spent good minutes on court since ing the Flames from the South West Slammers, and received a season-high 23 minutes court time on Friday night amassing nine points, three assists and two steals. Co-captain Ella Kennedy was also a steadying influence throughout, but Reynolds was most impressed with Boag taking charge on offence and the team pulling through for a win even when not at their best.
But coach Ryan Petrik refused to blame the officials, instead putting the loss down to lethargy on defence and his team being outplayed.
The reality is we lost the game because we started the game half asleep. A return to familiar surrounds on Sunday proved a happier outing for the Flames as they overcame a three-quarter time deficit to record a win over the Goldfields Giants in front of a vocal home crowd.
A lot of it was individual brilliance. Caleb White led the way with 21 points, while Ritchart 19game MVP Luke Travers 16Ryan Godfrey 11 and Justin Beard 10 all impacted the scoreboard, with Beard adding 11 rebounds to register his first double-double of The home side went on an run early in the last quarter before taking the lead, and veteran Jarryd Griffin buried two clutch three pointers late in the quarter to keep the Giants at bay.
The Flames women sit atop the WSBL ladder despite playing only three games, while the men occupy fifth spot with a record. The men face the km trip to Kalgoorlie to face the Giants on Saturday night, while the women have a third bye in just the fifth round of the season. Close menu Subscribe Log In. Today's Paper. Place an Ad. Regional Publications.
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