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SEABL Round #9 - Chargers Vs Nunawading Spectres

Mens Game

Chargers 86 - - - 82 Spectres

There was never a doubt that going up against the top ranking team would be a challenge for the Chargers. Nunawading played a strong first half, but the boys were able to match them, resulting in a tied game when the half-time bell rang.

"We can't give up 50 points in halves every week. We haven't been a great side defensively this year"
- Craig Moller, Men's Player

While both sides showed equally strong offence and defence in the first half, the Chargers were able to bring just a little more power to the court, outscoring the current league leaders by 2 points in the third and last quarters.

This week's charge was led by imports Craig Moller with 28 points, Zac White with 23 points and Tre Nichols with 20 points.


Womens Game

Chargers 66 - - - 84 Spectres

The women's team faced a tough game this round, facing off against the number two team in the league. Unfortunately on Friday night, the Spectres showed why they are so close to the top of the ladder, outscoring the Chargers in every quarter of the game.

"Nunawading are a hell of a team"
- Dwain Davie, Women's Coach

The girls didn't go down without a fight however, with strong performances from Sharna Thompson with 26 points and 5 of the team's three-pointers, Kathleen Scheer with 22 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 blocks and Kylie McCauley with 9 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, and 4 steals.