Mandurah Magic’s Casey Mihovilovich has 400th career appearance

Mandurah Magic’s Casey Mihovilovich has 400th career appearance

In just over 25 minutes of game time, ‘Milo’ notched up 10 points and five rebounds as the Magic improved to 2-1 this season.

Mihovilovich’s 400th game puts her in sixth overall on the WSBL’s all-time games list, but she could reach as high as second by the end of the season, with Tracey Richter currently occupying that position on 409.

She is some way off Sue Williams’ record of 512 and she told the SBL website she did not intend to hit that mark.

“With two kids and full-time work as a director of a local government, I high-five myself when it is Friday just because I have made it through the week,” she said.

“Sue as the record-holder is safe, but I will take the record for doing it playing for one club.”

Adijat Adams and Annette Davis led the way on Friday night at Eaton Recreation Centre, scoring 26 and 22 points respectively.

The men were not as lucky, going down to the Slammers 109-104 despite 26 points from Daniel Florance.

Taylor Mullenax was lively in support, netting 22 points.

It was another narrow defeat on Sunday at Mike Barnett, going down 113-104 to the Goldfield Giants.

Trevor Setty claimed 27 points and Mullenax 24 in the nine-point loss which left Mandurah with a 1-4 record.

Next up, the 13th-placed men will take on the eighth-placed Tigers on Saturday night at Mike Barnett.