Basketball

  • Blazers rack up second win

    Deniliquin Giants travelled to Maryborough for the second round of the CBL’s north east conference basketball action on Saturday night. After mixed results the previous weekend, coach Matt Johnston was looking for greater consistency in the Blazers game versus the Giants. After a slow start, Maryborough began to push the ball up the court a […]

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  • Mixed bag for Maryborough Blazers

    The Palmer Electrical Maryborough Blazers started the new season with mixed results. The Blazers entered the weekend without Brady Neil after he injured his ankle but welcomed Michael Duncan and Wallace McGinty for their first games in Blazers uniforms. On Saturday night the Blazers took on the Shepparton Gators, and after a slow start Maryborough […]

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  • Semi final finish for U14s at basketball state championships

    The annual Under 14 Basketball State Championships were held over three days in Bendigo and the Maryborough boy’s team acquitted itself well at the event. The team played some very tough opponents, had four very good wins, culminating with a semi final against Traralgon. This was the team’s eighth game for the weekend and the […]

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  • WIN FOR TIGERS

    In A men of the Maryborough Basketball Association last week, Tigers defeated Scribes to take second position on the ladder leading into the finals. Cam Rinaldi and Jayden Hooper led Tigers in offence, smart defence by T. Stewart and B. Collicoat kept the pressure on the Scribes offence. Ty Stewart and Lachlan Edwards kept Scribes […]

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  • MATTHEW’S MEDAL

    Maryborough basketballer, Matthew Dellavedova was awarded his third Jack Worrall Medal on Friday night. The 2009 medal, and a range of other awards, were presented by the Goldfields Region Sports Association at its annual awards dinner at the Maryborough Highland Society. Matthew also won the medal in 2006 and 2008 for his impressive list of […]

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  • Supa IGA Blazers go down fighting

    The Maryborough Supa IGA Blazers have gone down fighting in their Country Basketball League – North East Conference semi final. In what was always going to be a tough ask against the undefeated Corio Bay-Barwon Bullets, the Supa IGA Blazers performed well. The opening quarter was fast paced as both teams tested each other defensively. […]

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  • Blazers get through to finals

    The Maryborough Supa IGA Blazers have finished in fourth place on the Country Basketball League – North East Conference ladder. After a weekend of mixed results the Supa IGA Blazers snuck in by the smallest of margins. With Shepparton needing to defeat Maryborough by 15 points or more in the final home and away game […]

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  • TWO ROAD VICTORIES

    The Maryborough Supa IGA Blazers made it two victories from two outings on the road, facing off against Swan Hill and Deniliquin in last weekend’s action of the Country Basketball League – North East Conference. On Saturday night, the Blazers travelled to Swan Hill to take on the Summertime Pool Flyers. The Supa IGA Blazers […]

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  • ALL ABLAZE

    The Maryborough Supa IGA Blazers started 2010 off in style with a convincing 26 point win against the Wangaratta Warriors on Saturday night. In extremely hot conditions the Supa IGA Blazers jumped the Warriors in the first quarter and built a big lead, which they then held onto for the rest of the game. Big […]

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  • ANOTHER WIN FOR SUPA IGA BLAZERS

    The Maryborough Supa IGA Blazers claimed another victory in the North East Conference of the Country Basketball League after defeating the Wangaratta Warriors last Friday night. The Blazers made the trip to Wangaratta slightly undermanned with big man Jason Stewart unavailable, however the inclusion of Shane O’Connor for his second game of the season gave […]

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