The final round of the Peninsula Homecourt Tournament is now completed
The final round saw Frankston Blues and Mornington Breakers tie.
In the Spida Spin Move Challenge between Frankston and Western Port it was the Blues who came away with the win.
For the Blues the scoring was led by Ryland Mclaren again with 25, followed by Jordan Thompson and Allicia Vu with 21
For the Steelers Thomas Horne came away with 16 points.
In the Gordon Catch and Shoot Challenge it was the Mornington Breakers that came out on top of the Southern Penn. For the Breakers, Noah Dagher and Jake Georgiou led the way with 12 points.
While for the Sharks, Thomas Lewis led the way with 10 points
FDBA Basketball Development Manager spoke about the third round.
“This week’s challenge put our players footwork, balance and finishing to the test.”
Once again, it was impressive to see how many of our athletes put on their Blues uniform and went out to compete.
Congratulations to Ryland, Jordan and Alicia for recording some great scores.“
Round 1 Friday 10th April
- Frankston Blues v. Mornington Breakers (67-67)
- Southern Peninsula Sharks v. Western Port Steelers (60-50)
Round 2 Friday 17th April
- Frankston Blues v. Southern Peninsula Sharks (177-48)
- Mornington Breakers v. Western Port Steelers (50-5)
Round 3 Friday 24th April
- Frankston Blues v. Western Port Steelers (114-8)
- Mornington Breakers v. Southern Peninsula Sharks (180-63)
Tie-Breaker Sunday 26th April (REQUIRE. DETAILS TO COME)
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Round 1 tie. The ‘team v team’ scoring system has changed. Winner will receive 3 points, draws both will receives 1 points, loser will receive 1 point.