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It's groundhog day in the WNBL as the Canberra Capitals and Townsville Fire prepare to square off for the second time in eight days. It may be the same opponent but the Capitals are chasing a vastly different result after they were thrashed 93-60 in Townsville last weekend. Coach Paul Goriss said . . . Read More
When it came to playing basketball Penny Taylor loved the work, the journey and the grind of playing at world level. Taylor's skills and fundamentals were as defined as anyone in the history of the game and her resume seats her among the greatest players. As a competitor, there were few who could m. . . Read More
THE Townsville Fire are confident a mystery foot injury won’t prevent import Natasha Cloud from making the trip to Canberra this weekend. Cloud was impressive in last weekend’s 93-60 rout of the Capitals in Townsville, with eight points, five rebounds, and eight assists, but she’s been forced to . . . Read More
Adelaide Lightning had a 0-15 season record and few people expecting them to break their streak in two Victorian road games this weekend. Instead they won both, causing shock as many expected the WNBL's youngest and lowest paid side to go without a win this season.. . . Read More
The Canberra Capitals snapped a four-game losing streak on Sunday night with a gutsy 76-73 road win against Sydney as Kate Gaze starred off the bench. Gaze was flawless from beyond the arc, nailing six from six to finish with at 18 points, shooting at 75 per cent from the field during her 20 minute. . . Read More
SHE came to Australia to improve her game but Asia Taylor never expected to have so much fun doing it. Taylor, in the mix for the first MVP of the Year award won by a Sydney Flames players since Natalie Porter back in 2008, has now claimed two Player of the Week awards and made six Teams of the Wee. . . Read More
ADELAIDE Lightning limped into the WNBL’s Christmas break on a 0-14 win-loss record but are looking ahead to 2017 with renewed enthusiasm and optimism. Facing the in-form Sydney Uni on Brett Maher Court on Thursday night, the challenge could not be any greater, the Flames arriving after trouncing . . . Read More
Unlike for other players, the start of the 2016-17 Women’s Japan Basketball League season didn’t necessarily represent a fresh start for Jx-Eneos Sunflowers star player Ramu Tokashiki. The 25-year-old forward/center has basically been on the court for nearly two entire years, having also played for. . . Read More



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