The Wollongong Roller Hawks were at home for round 3 to the Red Dust Heelers and came away with two victories and now own a 7-1 record to stay at the top of the National Wheelchair Basketball League ladder.
It was a well-played game on Saturday with the Hawks prevailing 70-29. With the Hawks leading players being Brett Stibners with 22 points and 8 rebounds and being well supported by teammate Luke Pople with 16 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.
In the second game of the weekend Stibners scored 12 points, 10 boards and 13 assists while Michael Auprince top-scored with 22 points in a closer clash where the Heelers closed the margin to go down 64-47.
Sydney Metro Blues still hold second place on the ladder of the National Wheelchair Basketball League after two impressive wins over the Adelaide Thunder in Adelaide over round 3.
The first game played on Saturday the Blues lead 60-22 at halftime and went on to take the game 113-53. Joseph Chambers had an outstanding game with 47 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists.
He was well served by teammate C J McCarthy- Grogan with 19 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists.
The Blues played the Thunder a second time on the Sunday and came away with another victory 106-32 after leading 57-16 at halftime. Chambers capped off a great weekend of basketball with 42 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists. He was aided by John McPhail in attack and defence with 16 points, 7 rebounds and 13 assists. The Blues showed off their offensive capabilities with two scores over 100, this is the first time a club has achieved that feat this season.
Sydney Uni Flames have moved to second on the ladder after receiving the bye for round 4.
Sydney Metro Blues have moved into first place on the ladder with three straight wins over the Queensland Comets, Red Dust lady Heelers and the Kilsyth Cobras for round 4. Winning by an average margin of 33.7 points, the Blues showcased their impressive defence, allowing only the Queensland Comets to only get 40 points. Cobi Crispin averaged 20.7 points, five assists and 3.7 steals while Courtney Ryan 15.6 points and 6.3 rebounds and Georgia Munro-Cook 16 points, 4.7 rebounds also impressed.