3152 people turned out to see the Hobart Chargers defeat Geelong at home in a come from behind victory.
The home team opened the game on a 13-2 run thanks to threes from Muo, Nicholls and Masunda. However, nine points from Nathan Herbert kept the Supercats calm as they finished the first period trailing 22-18.
It was in the second quarter that the Supercats silenced the home-crowd, as they began to dominate the contest on both sides of the floor. Hobart could not get their shots to drop, as they managed just eight points for the quarter. DeMarcus Gatlin dropped 14 points in the quarter for Geelong as they managed a 21-8 second period, helping them to a 39-30 lead at the main break.