Sharni-Lee Rowe guides Trouts to win over Flames Black

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The Trouts Karolyn Hartung under pressure with the ball.
Camera IconThe Trouts Karolyn Hartung under pressure with the ball. Credit: Alexander Scott/Pilbara News

The Trouts’ Sharni-Lee Rowe powered her side to victory over Flames Black in round six of the Karratha Basketball Association season.

Taking place at the Karratha Leisureplex on November 17, the round six women’s division one clash saw both side tussle for the lead early.

The Trouts were able to maintain their composure with Rowe leading the way with eight points to guide her side to victory over the Flames 26-20.

She was supported by Karolyn Hartung and Jodi Perry who both scored five points each, while Meisha Norman top scored for the Flames with nine points.

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Meanwhile in the other division one game, NSBC Lynx ran roughshod over the Cyclone Development under-18 side, dominating their opponents by 21 points.

Lynx showed their class as they ran away with the 47-26 victory.

Estee Pinder scored a massive 21 points for Lynx, while her teammates Morgan Mair (10) and Riana Mataira (nine) also made big contributions.

Meanwhile in the men’s division one games, the NSBC Warriors proved too strong for the Karratha Kats overwhelming their opponents 59-33, with Stirling Cagilaba scoring 23 points for the Warriors.

Mayuga Majik scored a 14-point victory over the Trouts 40-26 and the Roebourne Magpies defeated the Pardoo Katz 46-23.

The final game of the round saw Flames Black battle it out against their rivals Flames Grey in a hard fought match.

In the end, Flames Grey defeated Flames Black 30-24.

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