Trouts White too strong for Northern Spirit Lynx in Karratha Basketball Association

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Trouts White overpowered Northern Spirit Lynx in the second half by six points in round 18 of the Karratha Basketball Association.

The two sides could not be split at half-time at the Karratha Leisureplex on February 24 with both teams on eight points apiece.

Trouts found another gear in the second half outscoring their opponents 9-3 to come out on top 17-11.

Trouts’ Jaye Wilson led with four points with plenty of support from Rhyse Marsh and Rebecca Cohen who scored three points each.

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Lavinia Cagilaba’s seven points gave Lynx hope but it was not enough.

In the other women’s game Trouts Blue demolished Cyclone Development 20-0.

Meanwhile in the men’s division one competition table-toppers Flames Div 1 Grey downed Flames Black by five points in a back-and-forth affair.

Jake Levey scored 11 points for Flames Grey to lead the side to victory 35-30

Mayuga Majik proved too strong for Coral Trouts running away with a 21-point victory, 53-32. Majik’s Preston Snook scored 25 points for his side.

Meanwhile, Pardoo Katz claimed a 17-point win over Trouts 37-20 and in the final game of the round Northern Spirit Suns overwhelmed Bandits 40-28.

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