SBL: Willetton men and women score dominant wins over Slammers

Nicholas Cody. Picture: June Halliday
Nicholas Cody. Picture: June Halliday

ANOTHER week, another win for the Willetton Tigers women with a 42-point win against the South West Slammers, 87-45.

Louella Tomlinson was the leading scorer with 20 points, as well as her eight rebounds, three assists and one blocked shot.

Emma Lobb’s defensive skills were on display, nabbing four blocked shots, five defensive rebounds and five steals, as well as two points, one offensive rebound and two assists.

Kate Malpass played a massive role with nine assists, 14 rebounds, one steal and 13 points, showing exactly why the Tigers won.

Desiree Kelley’s fourth quarter display brought three three-pointers in a row, nine rebounds, three assists, four steals and 16 points.

Zoe Harper’s strong positioning in the keyway delivered 14 points.

The men equally dominated against the Slammers, winning with a 21-point margin, 102-81.

The first quarter struggle didn’t impact a dominant second quarter after the Tigers pushed ahead.

Damien Scott bagged eight assists, seven rebounds, three steals, oneblocked shot and 17 points.

Kyle Armour scored 21 points, reigning in three defensive rebounds along with three assists, two steals and one blocked shot.

Nicholas Cody back from his three-on-three tournament in Penang put in an awesome game, with 10 rebounds, one assist, one blocked shot and scoring a massive 22 points.

Willetton Basketball Stadium will host Mandurah Magic this Saturday, tip off 6pm for the women and 8pm for the men.