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BENDIGO BANK BRAVES
The Bendigo Bank Braves at home went down to Sandringham who finished too strongly for the home team. The foul line shooting was the major difference as the Braves did not take advantage of getting into the paint and collecting fouls. From the charity stripe the shooting was dismal at 11 of 24. Zach Atkinson was the star with 18 points and 17 rebounds.
Bendigo Braves 75 v Sandringham 82 Stats
v Hobart at Hobart 8.00pm 27th June
v North West Tassie at NW Tassie 8.00pm 28th June
v Geelong at Geelong 8.00pm 4th July
v Ballarat at Bendigo Stadium 8.00pm 11th July
v Kilsyth at Kilsyth 8.15pm 19th July
BRAVES MAJOR RAFFLE
The Bendigo Braves major raffle was held with player Chris 'The Goat' Adkins taking 1st Prize.
We thank Armstrongs Trailers and Fitzy's Hardware for the donation of the $4600 first prize.
and everyone that purchased tickets.
1st $4,600 Armstrong Trailers and Fitzpatricks Home Hardware Prize - Chris Adkins
2nd $230 Samsung Galaxy Tablet - Kellie Smyth
3rd $150 Bendigo Stadium Braves Game Hospitality Package - Sandra Gillies
Kerryn Harrington 17 points v Sandringham
CHAMPIONS IGA LADY BRAVES
The Champions IGA Lady Braves had another fast start blowing Sandringham away in a 44-22 first half. From there coach Jonathan Goodman provided the opportunity for all 12 players to have decent court time. A good all round performance with 23 points from the bench. Kerryn Harrington the highest point scorer with 17.
Bendigo Lady Braves 75 v Sandringham 62 Stats
v Hobart at Hobart 6.00pm 27th June
v Launceston at Launceston at 6.00pm 28th June
v Geelong at Geelong 6.00pm 4th July
v Ballarat at Bendigo Stadium 6.00pm 11th July
v Kilsyth at Kilsyth 6.15pm 19th July
INTERACT US YOUNG BRAVES
The Interact Young Braves had an impressive win after a slow start against Whittlsea who were three rungs higher on the ladder. On the back of Daniel Hansen with 24 points/20 rebounds and Kyle McMulin 9 points/13 rebounds the team won the final three quarters. Jake Willcocks had his best game with the Young Braves also hitting 24 points.
Young Braves 86 v Whittlesea 60 Stats
v Camberwell at Camberwell 2.00pm 29th June
v Hume City at Broadmeadow 1.00pm 6th July
v Sunbury at Bendigo Stadium 2.00pm 13th July
v Camberwell at Bendigo Stadium 8.00pm 19th July
v Altona at Altona 1.00pm 27th July
ELGAS YOUNG LADY BRAVES
The Elgas Young Lady Braves had their first loss in 8 games against ladder leader Knox. A total of 25 turnovers to just 14 from Knox proved the difference in a low scoring 3 point defensive slog. The loss leaves Bendigo still well entrenched looking for the double chance in their conference. Caitlyn McLachlan was the game MVP by a mile with 22 points & 15 rebounds
Young Lady Braves 48 v Knox 45 Stats
v Waverley at Waverley 8.15pm 5th July
v Ballarat at Bendigo Stadium 12.00pm 13th July
v Ringwood at Bendigo Stadium 6.00pm 19th July
v Kilsyth at Kilsyth 12.30pm 20th July
Zack Atkinson 18 points and 17 rebounds
Daniel Hansen was in fine form offensively and defensively with 24 points and 20 rebounds
Caitlyn McLachlan 22 points and 15 rebounds against Knox