Basketball: Wildcats duo take time out from finals to visit Hills Raiders


Wildcats players Mason Bragg and Corban Wroe.
Wildcats players Mason Bragg and Corban Wroe.

PERTH Wildcats players took time out from their finals preparations last week to visit youngsters from the Hills Raiders Basketball Association.

Corban Wroe and Mason Bragg were at the outdoor courts at the Mundaring Recreation Grounds for an hour.

“They played shooting ball games with the Hills Raiders players whose ages ranged from seven to 17 years old,” a club spokesman said.

“Afterwards at the meet and greet Corban and Mason were kind enough to sign posters, Wildcats clothing, basketballs and allowed players to take individual and group photographs with them.

“Corban and Mason were very friendly and engaged well with the players, many of whom stuck to them like glue for the whole hour!

“The association would like to thank the Perth Wildcats, especially Corban and Mason, for their appearance and wish them all the best for the NBL grand final series.”