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Lightning duo top of their classes

In: WNBL — Monday, 23 Jul, 2018

MAC Adelaide Lightning pair Lauren Nicholson and Chelsea Brook have “scooped the pool” respectively, winning MVP of the SEABL women’s competition and the Halls Medal of SA’s Premier League.


Jul 23

Starling does it again in awards coup

In: SA — Monday, 23 Jul, 2018

ALEX Starling last night immortalised himself in SA’s sporting annals when he won the Premier League’s prestigious Woollacott Medal for the second time, while Chelsea Brook swept through the women’s competition to claim the Halls Medal.


More Southern Comfort

In: NBL — Sunday, 22 Jul, 2018


TASMANIA's bold consortium bid to return as an NBL entity for the 2019-20 season as the Southern Huskies, continues to gather such positive momentum, it's hard to see league owner Larry Kestelman giving it anything but the green light.


Jul 22

FIBA: Fighting In Basketball Acceptable

In: Boomers & Opals — Saturday, 21 Jul, 2018

THE fall-out from FIBA's limp-wristed slap on the hand of the Filipinos involved in July 2's "Melee in Manila" continued today with Nathan Sobey's agent flaying the global federation.


Jul 21

Great week on the grand (NBA) stage

In: Boomers & Opals, NBA — Saturday, 21 Jul, 2018

JONAH Bolden, son of NBL great Bruce Bolden, has won his NBA contract, Liz Cambage has set another WNBA record, Sandy Brondello is coaching in the All Star Game ... Aussie basketball is looking good on that grand stage.


Doing the Eagle crock

In: SA — Saturday, 21 Jul, 2018

FORESTVILLE Eagles again are looking to utilise a Basketball SA bylaw “loophole” to allow ineligible star Daniel Johnson to participate in the playoffs from next weekend.


Melee in Manila: The backlash

In: Boomers & Opals — Friday, 20 Jul, 2018

THE backlash to FIBA’s appalling sanctions from July 2’s “Melee in Manila” has been swift, predictable and totally understandable with so many Philippines players and officials figuratively slapped on the wrist despite their involvement in the heinous and malicious brawl.


Jul 20

Melee in Manila: FIBA's Filipino fiasco

In: Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 19 Jul, 2018

OUTRAGEOUS. FIBA’s sanctions against the Philippines and Australia are so out of whack with the real world that instead of making a statement to resonate around the globe, it instead issued a limp-wristed embarrassment.


Jul 19

Melee in Manila: FIBA's official statement

In: Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 19 Jul, 2018

MIES, Switzerland (FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers) - The FIBA Disciplinary Panel on Thursday announced its decision to suspend 13 players and 2 coaches as well as to impose fines and other sanctions on the national federations of Philippines and Australia. FIBA has also suspended the officiating crew of the game.


Melee in Manila: Racism claim 'nonsense'

In: Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 19 Jul, 2018

ONE positive aspect of FIBA’s comprehensive findings today from the “Melee in Manila” was the complete and total exoneration of the Boomers over any alleged racist remarks.


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