Chargers 108 - - - 106 Pioneers
The boys smashed a wicked close game on Friday against the Pioneers on Friday. They managed to out-score the Mount Gambier side by a small margin in the first, however falling behind on the second and third.
"The 2018 team is a solid unit, and we're really starting to shoot goals and finish games. "
- Anthony Stewart, Men's Coach
Our Chargers didn't go down however. We managed to score more points than the Pioneers in the last quarter, with Hobart side's unstoppable defence keeping the opposition at bay in the last half ultimately leading them to victory.
We saw impressive performances from Tre Nichols with 36 points, and Craig Moller with 27 points. Our main man Tre continues to hang onto the number 2 spot in the SEABL with a game average of 27.3 points, but still smashes the total match points with a huge 246 points.
Chargers 84 - - - 71 Sydney Sparks
The girls played a tight game of offence against the Sydney Uni, out-scoring them in the first and second quarters while SU clawed back in the second half.
"Not much has gone our way, and the league's gotten tougher, but I think we're playing good basketball and competing with the top teams"
- Dwain Davie, Women's Coach
The game saw Kathleen lead the charge with 23, Brittany Smart score 19 points, and pocket-rocket Sharna Thompson score 17 - one point per year of age.