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Marianna Tolo's 38 points inspired the Canberra Capitals to an 89-80 win over the Sydney Flames on Sunday afternoon. The Olympian also collected 12 rebounds to complete her second straight double-double, and shot 13 of 19 from the field as the Capitals extended their win-loss record to 2-1 at Bryde. . . Read More
The Canberra Capitals responded to their heartbreaking opening-round WNBL loss with a 70-64 win over Adelaide Lightning at Tuggeranong Stadium Friday night. Still stinging from the tw- point loss last weekend, the Capitals burst out to a 9-0 lead through the aggression and class of Mikaela Ruef. . . Read More
Sara Blicavs is definitely playing the short game when it comes to her basketball career. The 23-year-old Dandenong Rangers forward takes each game as it comes but when informed her 150th WNBL game was due, it brought up longer thoughts on her career, at least for a short time. "I was shocked, had. . . Read More
At the fore of the new-look Canberra Capitals is their very own Big Three. From coach Paul Goriss' first day in charge he said he resented the 'rebuilding' term, and with the dynamic trio of Jazmon Gwathmey, Marianna Tolo and Lauren Mansfield the Capitals have gone from WNBL cellar-dwellers to a . . . Read More
Dandenong Rangers had a case of deja vue in their season-opener with Canberra Capitals in Canberra on Saturday. In last year's season opener against the Capitals, the Rangers fell 17 points behind but came back and won. On Saturday they did largely the same thing, falling behind by 11 midway throug. . . Read More
The new head of the WNBL insists the competition is getting better but concedes there has been a negative vibe around women's basketball in Australia. While other women's sports power ahead in Australia the eight-team 2016-17 competition gets underway on Friday without a TV deal or a naming rights . . . Read More
Women's basketball in Australia has never faced a bigger challenge. The WNBL launches its new season today without either a broadcast deal or a naming rights sponsor. Not only that, but brash, cashed-up competitors like netball, women's AFL, cricket and football have already snatched up commercial. . . Read More
AS A Dandenong junior, Aimie Clydesdale sat in the stands at Dandenong Basketball Stadium and watched the Rangers claim back-to-back WNBL premierships. There were sellout crowds of more than 2000 and games were regularly televised live by the ABC. But in the dozen years since the Gary Fox-led Rang. . . Read More

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