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Canberra Capitals legends ready for final dance
Jess Bibby was a few minutes away from retiring from basketball through injury a decade ago. But one phone call from Canberra Capitals coach Carrie Graf ensured she will walk away from the game a WNBL legend. Fittingly Bibby, the league's games record holder, and Graf, the most successful coach in. . . Read More
Kelsey Griffin has two training sessions to prove her fitness for this weekend’s crucial final round of the WNBL season. The Bendigo Spirit star has missed the past two rounds because of a hamstring injury. Her expected return would be a much-needed boost for the Spirit, who need to win their fina. . . Read More
LEILANI Mitchell has staked a massive case for WNBL Player of the Week honours after steering Adelaide Lightning to two road wins and seventh place. Mitchell, the diminutive Lightning livewire, led Adelaide to a scorching 88-62 win over the Boomers in Melbourne on Saturday at the State Basketball. . . Read More
The stage is set for the Canberra Capitals to farewell two WNBL icons next week after they fell just short of a second win in three days against South-East Queensland on Sunday. Buoyed by a first win of their campaign against Perth on Friday, the Capitals were looking to throw another spanner in . . . Read More
Bendigo Spirit has lost control of their finals' fate after a disappointing loss to Adelaide Lightning at Bendigo Stadium on Sunday. Lightning and Australian Opals' point guard Leilani Mitchell tore the Spirit to shreds with 35 points and six assists while shooting 14 of 19 shots and playing all 40. . . Read More
Melbourne Boomers had too few players, Adelaide Lightning had too many stars in their clash on Saturday night. The Lightning won 88-62 as imports Kayla Standish (26 points, nine rebounds) and Mikaela Ruef (17 points, 13 rebounds) controlled the paint while Opals point guard Leilani Mitchell (17 poi. . . Read More
THE State Basketball Centre will be the scene of some soul searching this week after the Melbourne Boomers produced a horrible effort against Adelaide Lightning. Coach Guy Molloy said the Boomers’ injury list was no excuse for the 88-62 loss on Saturday night, the Boomers’ ninth straight loss. . . Read More
Ding dong, the gorilla-sized monkey the Capitals have carried for 21 games is dead. The Capitals threw it off their shoulders by shocking third-placed Perth Lynx to win 80-77 in a thriller at AIS Arena on Friday night. In coach Carrie Graf's third-last game in charge, the Capitals 'bigs' Abby Bisho. . . Read More



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