NBL1 Women v. Nunawading Spectres

Frankston Blues 90 def Nunawading Spectres 78

The Frankston Blues have ridden some hot outside shooting to a win in their opening match of the season, overcoming a spirited effort from Nunawading at home.

It was a tight game from the outset, with the score locked at 21-21 to close the first quarter.

Blues forward Darcee Garbin was looking for her shot from the first tip, which played a huge role in Frankston being able to pull ahead after the first term.

Garbin finished the game with 30 points, including six deep bombs, and was helped by the ever-reliable Tessa Lavey, who ended the game with 23 points and nine boards.

Spectres guard Izzy Wright did her best to push her side towards a comeback, tallying 23 points, however a cold shooting night from behind the arch (3-20 as a team), saw Nunawading finish round one without a W.

NBL1 Men v. Nunawading Spectres

Frankston Blues 83 def by Nunawading Spectres 94

The Frankston Blues reintroduced David Andersen to the fans Saturday night, along with new Blues recruits Lucas Barker and Dillon Stith

In front of a sell-out crowd, the Blues Men were simply unable to overcome the Nunawading Spectres.

For the Blues, Lucas Barker lead the scoring with 20 points, followed by Lachlan Barker with 17 points.

For the Spectres, Dain Swetalla lead the way with 35 points, followed by Simon Conn with 14 points.