Author: WBA

A 56-point haul from Amber Merritt was the cherry on top of a very sweet weekend for the Perth Wheelcats. Perth won all three games against the Sydney Uni Flames and continued their unbeaten start to 2024. Merritt’s season high haul on Saturday night followed a 30-point,...

The Perth Wheelcats have bounced back from their losses to Darwin, taking two wins on the home court of the Wollongong Roller Hawks.  The two sides fought out three hotly contested games with the Roller Hawks taking a 68-59 win in game one with Shawn Russell...

The Salties have solidified their NWBL title aspirations with three wins over ladder leaders the Wheelcats at home in Darwin. Game 1 went down to the wire with the Salties coming away with a 70-66 win aided by four players in double figures while for the...

The success of any sporting team, especially one competing in a national competition, doesn’t happen overnight.  Just arriving at the start line can take years of planning, and even longer visualising.  It’s why the Darwin Salties can’t wait to play in front of their home crowd this...

In a humble Lidcombe basketball gym that hosts everyone from casual hoopers through to the Sydney Kings, you’d be hard pressed to find a better one on one battle than the one that played out between Annabelle Lindsay and Georgia Munro-Cook on Sunday afternoon. In game...

It’s only round two, and only one match up but it might very well have produced two contenders for game of the season.  Darwin’s first game against the Wollongong Roller Hawks turned into an epic double-overtime battle in which both sides refused to back down. The Salties...