Lukosius
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WA SBL - June 2018

WA SBL - June 2018

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Lukosius  
Earlier this month

WA SBL - June 2018

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Combo  
Earlier this month

2018 WSBL Mid-season Awards (Prediction)

MVP Race

This years race is heating up with league MVP Ali Schwaggmeyer again in great form but is being challenged by a number of players this year.

Anita Brown- Magic - 23.8ppg 8rpg @45%. Brown has stepped into the big shoes of Nicky Gilday and has done a great job carrying this team through injuries.

Sydnee Fipps – Lakeside – 23ppg 5rpg @ 50%. The blonde bomber has improved in her 2nd season for the league leading Lakeside.

Dlesha Lloyd – Flames– 23ppg 9rpg @ 45%. deadly shooter hits 41% from downtown and her mid season arrival has surged rocko up the standings.

Ali Schwaggmeyer- Lakeside – 23ppg 7rpg 4apg @51%. The MVP is perhaps the most complete player post Sam Whitcomb and can beat teams in many ways. Numbers are up but she does have team mates that will take votes off her. Already has 9 games of 20p+ games.

Kayla Standish- Redbacks- 21ppg 10 rebs @50%. What a great addition to the league, the big has post skills but can step out and make 41% from downtown. A high vote getter in all her games 5 x 20+ games so far and seven double doubles.

Honourable mentions: Kisha Lee 22ppg 9.5rpg, Alex Ciabattoni 19ppg, 8rpg,5apg, Jennie Rintala 18.5ppg 10rpg.

MVP: Ali Schwaggmeyer Runner Up: Kayla Standish

Rookie of the Year
Opportunity to showcase some of the new talent in the SBL. Based on

Carla Drennan- Willetton - 6ppg 3rpg @43%. The long guard has found herself moving into the 8 player rotation and providing a scoring threat in her minutes. Career high 20p against Stirling recently.

Jewel Williams- Suns 13ppg 3 rpg @ 45%. After dominating her age group Jewel has been thrusted into a starting role for the surging Suns. The quick PG can beat you off the dribble but also land 37% of her 3pt attempts. A star in the making.

Emma Clarke – Perry Lakes – 10ppg 6rpg @ 33%. The former state and AIS player has returned to her junior club and was a starter in their first few games. Now the 6'1 athletic forward can hit the long ball is a good offensive rebounder.

ROTY: Jewel Williams

Most Improved

Cameron Flynn- East Perth- 9ppg 5rpg @ 31%– The long forward started the season on fire for the young team, former wanneroo product has excelled in her starting role in her second season.

Eryn Fisher- East Perth- 11ppg 7 rpg @ 28% - The combo forward has had to do it all, in her first season as a starter and teams leading scorer. Games of 21p and 19p and 11 rebs. Points and rebounds have almost doubled since her rookie season.

Tayah Burrows- Slammers- 11ppg 3 rpg @ 42%. The combo guard is averaging near 20mins a game in her second season seeing her ppg increase from 5ppg.

Catelyn Jones- Stirling- 8ppg 2rpg @39%. The aggressive scorer has jumped her scoring output from 2-8ppg in her second season. She is deadly from range hitting a great 43% and has become first off the bench for coach Clarkes team.

MIP: Eryn Fisher

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Nah  
Earlier this month

Jewel isn't a rookie. She played last year.

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Anon  
Earlier this month

That's a huge win for Rocko Men’s team. Women are rolling too.

Ugly game but no Hire, Godfrey, Travers, Washingto & Beau Samuelson.

White only going to get better too. Still looked rusty.
Justin Beard is arguably the best 5th option in the league. 3 games 20+ points in a row now. Came up huge in the clutch and did a number on Gavin field.

Could be a dark horse down the stretch.

Perry Lakes solid win. 3 big dogs all firing.

And Mandurah in struggle times... what the hell has happened to Chudier - should have stayed at rocko instead of chasing $$$

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Holmen dominated last night, Purser big too

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Anon  
Earlier this month

All the girls mentioned in Combos Rookie of the Year predictions have played WSBL before this year. All the girls should be considered for Most Improved with probably the winner being Williams.Obviously Combo doesnt take turnovers into account in the analysis.By the way,Flynn played all her juniors with Hawks.

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Combo  
Earlier this month

Anon I was giving the Rookie category a bit of leniency with Clarke and Drennan not playing in 2017. Jewel yes has played in 2017. A true WSBL rookie would be hard to select as most ride the bench. Perhaps best 2 year player.

Yes Flynn was Perry Lakes junior. My mistake.

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Over rated  
Two weeks ago

Pretty selfish by Hire to miss the game on Friday ... for what!?!?!? To accept an award for his community work. Mate you're a professional basketball player - maybe stop focussing on the off court stuff and you might actually be half decent. Egoistical stuff!!!

Feel like Wolves got the better deal in terms of not having him this season, he’s been pretty disappointing this year and from accounts hearing Rockingham seriously regret signing him.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

So it's rumoured the worlds best talent developer and super coach got a 2 weeks suspended sentence for abusing the ref coordinator at their Stirling game. There is a real Lako consistency in reporting about such events by the SBL. If it was any other coach we would have heard about it.

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Truth  
Two weeks ago

Huge win by the suns last night over the spiders. Took it too them and the trio of Davis, Timms and Belger looks to be formidable. Looked like a bunch of individuals against a team unit out there. Look to them to possibly sneak into the 8.

Also, all time dummy spit from Lako today in D1. Played the suns and he got told during the game "You can buy a team but you can't buy a win." Resulted in lako pulling his players off the court until something was done about it, and then abusing the fan after the game. The guy needs to get in line, so unprofessional.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Roberts was fairly average last night. Redhage has been down of late - no at his best. Shaking times down at Belmont

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Andrew  
Two weeks ago

Don't forget the SBL Allstar game's tomorrow at Bendadt :)

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

should be a good day at Bendat tomorrow, heard the bois upstairs have big plans

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Wow Lako pulls his team due to crowd heckling him. Soooo deluded.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Looking at the Div 1 results from today, pretty sure Redbacks won the game though

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Anon  
Two weeks ago

Why is the SBL protecting Lakos behaviour?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Why does the league protect any behaviour like this? How many suspended sentences have we seen over the past few years? Lako, Parsons, Parker. The league needs to start making examples of coaches, the message they are sending out with leniency like this is 'its ok to abuse refs you'll get away with it'

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Parsons and Parker's were atleast advertised and their reputations dragged through the mud by giving the public a forum to have their opinions on the coaches character more than the charges itself.
The Lacko tribunal hearing hasn’t even been confirmed by the league, sweeping it under the rug nicely

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Lako abusing a fan that just told what everyone else says about him. Classic!

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

who won the men's and women's 3-point shootouts?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Andrew Black and Jorjah Smith

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Jorjah as in Georgia? Wow just wow.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

the 3-point contests were much better than the piss-poor ones last year, but clearly a dunk contest is needed for the men. The mini pre 3rd quarter joust between Alexander, Billups and Shabazz was sick.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Dunk contests are rarely fun, and usually get awkward when someone can't land a dunk.

Those 3 put on a display, and nailed every dunk. Very talented, but you wonder if they had a long time to think about if, would the pressure get to them.

Also, good luck convincing and coach to allow a player to participate in a dunk comp...

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Pretty poor social media coverage from the league for the ASG. No score updates, no idea who won MVP's or the 3pt shootouts (unless you follow the teams pages)

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

their was a live stat feed for the ASG and an update on their FB page re the game

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Official Anon  
Two weeks ago

Daniel Alexander won the game MVP

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

fipps or schagmeyer for the womens mvp. which one won

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Found it very interesting Byrnes was the captain for South women.. 11 mins

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Schwag was MVP for womens

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Bayliss was captain of the south women as she was the only three time allstar in their team.

The livestats have errors from the first half, the player scores are incorrect and the minutes for both teams were a lot more even than the livestats show.

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Andrew  
Two weeks ago

I missed the first couple of dunks... Billups' 360 degree dunk and Alexanders off the back wall dunk....

https://www.facebook.com/andrew.burong/videos/pcb.10214326922599219/10214326920959178/?type=3&theater

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Byrnes is Mansfields missus

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Check out sbl.asn.au to stay up to date with all star game and news around the league.....from 2017 lol

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Combo  
Two weeks ago

WSBL Preview Round 13

What a tough round we have here, many close games that mean something come head to head end of season.

Senators @ Lightning

The 7th placed Senators had a timely 2 point victory on the road over Wolves last round, led by Amber Lands 15p 12 rebs to keep them in the hunt for the finals race. The 1st place Lightning beat yet another top 4 team on their way to a win over Tigers. The loss of Zoe Harper before the game meant the Tigers had to scrap to keep pace with the bigger Lightning with the lack of bench depth the difference in the two teams. In Stirling's first match up with the Lightning, the Lightning got away with a close 10 point win, but at home and the addition of ex Stirling big Roscoe, the Lightning should overpower the Senators on the glass and from range. The matchup of bigs Johnson v Grant will be a key in this game.... Lightning by 18.

Suns @ Eagles

The Suns 5 game winning streak came to an end in a 4 v 5 matchup against the Perth Redbacks. Rintala in early foul trouble meant the returning big Jessie Edwards lead the way with 22 points. The Eagles were surprisingly competitive in a 12 point loss to the surging Hawks. Point Guard Bree Fisher leading the way with 22 points. The Suns will be ruthless in bouncing back to maintain a grip on the top 4…. Suns by 30

Wolves @Cougars

The Wolves had a serious dent to their playoff hopes with a close 2 point loss to Stirling. They now sit at 4-10 in 11th place and meet the 9th place Cougars who were spanked at home by 41 points to the Flames. This is a close one but you always look at the team with the best player on the court and the Wolves will struggle to slow the high scoring Kisha Lee… Cougars at home with a great crowd behind them by 11

Tigers @ Slammers

Tigers have had some bad news in the end of season injury to starting big Zoe Harper. The experience Sam Norwood steps into her shoes but they now lack a quality 2nd big. The Tigers were good in their loss to Lightning, playing scrappy junk defence and import Payne relishing her role as a small ball 4. The Slammers got a huge win on the road at Mandurah last round, leading by as much as 20 points to finally win by 3. This game again is tough to pick with Bunbury a lot better at home. Bayliss, Fisher and Van Kleef all in good form. 3rd v 8th… But im going with the 8th placed Bunbury at home by 6.

Hawks @ Magic

Teams heading in opposite directions on the ladder with the Hawks surging in the back half of the year and Magic dropping down to 6th. Hawks need this win which may see them sneak into the 8 at the end of the round, a loss again puts them in danger of not defending their championship this year. Magic will still be without Milo but a better scoring spread against Slammers lead by Palusna dropping 19 points.
A great battle in the middle in this one. Palusna v Burton will be great to watch.. Im going with the home team.. Magic by 8.

Eagles @ Senators

The 7th placed Senators could find themselves out of the 8 if they drop this one. Coming off a tough Friday game v Lakeside this is a danger game for Coach Clarke. The Trio of Land, Martin and Johnson will be too much for the baby eagles… Senators by 17.

Lightning @ Suns *** Game of the Week***

The 1st placed Lightning head up the hill to take on the 5th placed suns who have shown that they can compete with the heavy weights this year. Both teams coming off a game the night before. Lakeside hope to repeat the 97-78 win in their first matchup this season. Grant and Roscoe v Edwards and Rintalla, Swags v Ciabattoni and a bunch of bench matchups means that Lakeside have a real tough road game here. Both teams in form, both teams with scoring punch. I can see an OT in the making. Lakeside with Fipps the difference maker in this one… Lakeside by 5.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Another championship winning coach also received a suspended sentence this season which wasnt publicised.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

ok I'll bite, who? not Lacko again?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Buccs getting a very favourable whistle tonight. Hard to win when its 5 vs 8

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Vigs has been in foul trouble in almost every game since he has came back from England. Maybe adjust?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

yeah 20 to 21 foul conunt buccs v redbacks - favourable whistle haha

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Nic Lawrence  
Two weeks ago

Actually thought the refereeing in Mandurah was great tonight #Lol

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Student Athlete  
Two weeks ago

The referring favoured Mandurah tonight, tough win by the hawks in the circumstances!

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Anonymous  
Last week

Giants' Big 3 dominated against Hire-less Flames

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Anonymous  
Last week

Foul count doesn't tell the story. Every time redbacks started to make a comeback the Buccs shots free throws

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Wow Andrew Black is an absolute sniper. Someone respect the man!!!! 7/8 3s down in Bunbury last night - leading the league in 3 point percentage and he's certainly getting them up.

Hayden Noeohdroerk's biceps seem to be getting bigger too! Applecross Jetts member of the month I heard. Happy days for Willetton!!!!!!!!!!

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Anonymous  
Last week

no foul count doesnt always tell a story - being in front at every turn is usually a good story of chasing from behind

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Anonymous  
Last week

Suns men giving Lakeside an absolute belting. Lakeside locals did not show up; It was the Alexander and Isenbarger show with 56/87 shots coming from the two. The local group shot 5/31 at 16% from the field. If they want to push deep this year, they are going to need more from the locals and not rely heavily on Isenbarger and Alexander.

Nothing but credit for the Suns, who simply took Lakeside out of their game plan and ran them out of steam.

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Anonymous  
Last week

interesting calls in Mandurah sat-night , and interesting ejection of a former magic coach from stands

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Anonymous  
Last week

Jason Kyle?

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Kale Arma  
Last week

Hayden's arms are not big LOL, barely 16inch biceps. Perhaps go to a better gym than Jetts small fry HAHAHAHAH LOL!!!! Dumbbells probably only go up to 50kg. LOL!!!

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Anon  
Last week

Surprised the foul count was even for buccs and redbacks considering the Redhage and Hu$$ey flop show they love to put on

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Anonymous  
Last week

^ Thanks Ben for the insight

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Anonymous  
Last week

Ben going for three peat

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Combo  
Last week

WSBL Round 14 Preview

Wolves @ Redbacks

The 4th placed Redbacks come off a break and meet a Wolves team that was missing three starters in Amos, Martin and Ironmonger in their 20p loss to the Cougars. The Wolves season is nearly all but over however they are only a game out of 8th spot. Reds will be all over them in this one especially if any combination of Wanneroo's big 3 are missing.... Reds by 25.

Tigers @ Hawks

The Hawks season continues to be a mathematical equation sitting in 10th spot on 5 wins with the Slammers currently holding 8th also with 5 wins. A big win down in Mandurah on the back of a Farnworth 25 point game. Cougars (5 wins) hold the head to head (2 wins) and Slammers beat Hawks in round 9 by 15. Hawks have 8 game left and would need to pinch one game outside of Slammers, Wolves, Senators wins. Talk of the loss of Lauren Jeffers and her 10p 4 assists average no longer playing will put a serious dent in their finals run especially defensively. The Tigers are locking up their top 4 with a solid 12 point win over Slammers in Eaton. No easy task, Parkers girls held off the home team behind Cotton and Payne combining for 38p and 19 rebs. Tigers have Norwood to slow Burton in this one.. Tigers by 12.

Cougars @ Lightning

The cougars moved into 9th position with solid 20p win over a Wolves team missing 3 starters and a coach. At home Cockburn seam to play at another level. Kisha Lee dominated the game finishing with 29p and 12 rebs. The Lightning continue to pace the competition with two big wins over the weekend. Against Stirling the lightning were pushed to the final buzzer winning by 5, with Jane Johnson causing issues inside and out on way to a 22 point game. On the back of the double header the Lightning faced a top 4 contender in Suns at home. The lightning bounced back into dangerous form and it was a 2nd quarter run behind three consecutive triples from Ali Swagmeyer (14 points in 90 seconds!) that lead to a 49-30 half time lead. The guards of Swags 19p, Fipps 21p and Byrnes 16p dominating the Suns backcourt. Lightning in fine form and their run to continue… by 22.

Magic @ Flames

The 6th placed Magic lost again at home to the Perry Lakes and continue to miss the presence of Milo in the big games. Her return soon will make them a dangerous lower seed but can’t drop too many more games. The Flames had the bye and will be ready for this one. D’lesah Lloyd could be the best one on one player in the league. Her 24p 8.5 rebs shooting 42% from 3 could of pushed her to MVP favourite had she not come in late. Flames are way too quick in one, at home…by 17.

Eagles @ Slammers

The Eagles had their closest loss of the season going down by 7 to the Suns in Morley. The addition of 6’1 import Lacondra Johnson (20p 7 rebs in 25 mins) has made this team competitive (who would of thought ). The Slammers would be seething with the loss at home to the tigers and this is a must win game to keep a grip on the finals run. Slammers way to desperate.. by 18.

Flames @ Suns **Game of the Week**

The Flames will be coming off a Friday game and head up the hill to take on the suns. Key match ups of the Flames Allen v Edwards and Rintala and Lloyd and Harrison v Ciabottoni. Home court makes this a closer contest, the flames have the edge in the guard department and cover well in having only one big. If Suns are legit contenders this is the game they must get after losing to Lakeside at home last round… Flames by 14.

Suns @ Senators

The Suns have to back up after a bruising Sat night game to play Sunday at 12pm at Warwick. Senators have a big chance to take them in this one and secure a playoff bid. The addition of the Throns girls has given Stirling depth and 3pt shooting and the play of Johnson is improving to being an inside/out threat. Senators will jump on this one by 11.

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Anonymous  
Last week

WSBL - FINALS PREDICTION - STANDINGS

1. LAKESIDE
2. FLAMES
3. PERTH
4. SUNS
5. TIGERS
6. SENATORS
7. MAGIC
8. HAWKS

9.COUGARS
10.SLAMMERS
11.WOLVES
12.EAGLES.


1- LAKESIDE VS HAWKS

2- FLAMES VS MAGIC

3- PERTH VS SENATORS

4- SUNS VS TIGERS.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Lightning
Flames
Redbacks
Tigers
Suns
Magic
Hawks
Senators

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Anonymous  
Last week

Lakeside junior Dan Grida has signed with Illawara on a full time contract.

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Backsored  
Last week

Good to hear random be very honest on the radio show last night about the flames edfort in kal last weekend. Refreshing to see someone not afraid to hold back despite it bwing his own ckub. I thought he and darrsh worked well together too

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Anon  
Last week

Where are the links to the SBL Slam show?

Their website (98five.com) has the 29th May edition as the latest one.

There has been two since then.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Decent radio episode, Trav is definitely becoming more confident and good to get a co-host on to bounce off one another. Can imagine it's tough doing a radio show solo...

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Anonymous  
Last week

For someone putting their hand up to promote the SBL, given the circumstances, Trav is doing a great job and can only go from strength to strength

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anon  
Last week

The website and coverage of the league is a travesty. Couldn't they find some Uni students that wanted to show off their work on the website and a couple of Journalist they could throw some free lance work to for exp.

Idk but its been bad for years and no hope in sight.

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Anonymous  
Last week

lol. Is that a joke?

The social media of both SBL and WABL have gone through the roof as of the last two years. If you want proof, look at what was getting put out in 2015/16.

Introduction of specialty rounds, coverage weekly, radio show, generally improvement of quality.

You make it sound like volunteers are just knocking on doors?

Why don't you email BWA and tell them your thoughts, instead of on here where no one will see it. Or did you just want to vent with no retaliation?

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Anonymous  
Last week

or volunteer to assist the SBL yourself with their coverage?

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Anonymous  
Last week

I agree, I think the media coverage is pretty good and come a long way in the last few years!

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Anonymous  
Last week

enough of the kevin white stories please. its not like he has been ripping it up either . see ya kevin

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anon  
Last week

I will volunteer when I am done playing ;)and give back as much as possible as it is the only way this league will improve.

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Anonymous  
Last week

^ Are u a good player?

Whats your stats?


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Anonymous  
Last week

^^^ maybe a player interview now then? that would improve coverage!

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anon  
Last week

Pretty sure every player in the league would do an interview how bout one of you guys go to a training session and conduct one. Not one player is going to turn you down.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Need his/hers stats before we do interview.

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Anonymous  
Yesterday

not a good weekend for Ettridge and the Wolves

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Andrew  
Yesterday

Sometimes happens when you've been on such a long winning streak. I'm sure the wolves will rebound.

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Anonymous  
Yesterday

Hawks on a role - 4 in a row after losing 5 in a row

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Anonymous  
Yesterday

On a role? ...

A role?

ROLE?

Cmon bruh..

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Anonymous  
Yesterday

they beat two teams ahead of them on the ladder, not a bad weekend for them

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Anonymous  
Yesterday

i'll tell ya what's on a role - that Hawks stock "defense" PA chant lol

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Andrew  
A few hours ago

LOL

Anon reply#692670

It's on a ROLL not ROLE :)

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Anonymous  
A few hours ago

Huge wins for the Hawkies.

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Anonymous  
A few hours ago

Nice weekend for the hawks, but lets not pretend them sitting 10-8 and fifth with that squad is a success. If the finals started this week they play the Lightning without home court. Not sure many would be tipping them

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Anonymous  
A few hours ago

Would actually finish above Lakeside and have home court as Hawks have the head to head ...

Encouraging signs but still far too early to be making calls with plenty of games to go.

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Anonymous  
A couple of hours ago

Tigers have Cody, Johnson and Jackson to add.

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