Wolf pack finds the Magic formula

Working out: Sam Ramasamy at the gym.
Working out: Sam Ramasamy at the gym.

It was a victorious night all round in Mandurah for the Wolfpack, with the women’s side back on the winner’s list after a 64-42 win over the Magic.

In the men’s game, fifth-placed Mandurah took it up to the visitors early to win the first quarter 26-24.

But it would be the home side’s only end-of-quarter lead, as the fourth-placed Wolves stepped up to take control of the game.

The visitors hit 10 three pointers ” six of which came from Salinas ” at a formidable return of 52.6 per cent from the arc.

It proved a winning difference, with the sides evenly matched across most major statistics.

The Magic hit seven triples at an inferior 28 per cent return.

Reece Langford produced his best game of the season with 17 points.

Damian Matacz returned a double-double for the sixth week running to land 20 points and 11 rebounds.

For the women, Nikita Martin and Casey Lockwood top scored on 12 points.

Chelsea Burns brandished her variety of tricks to land nine-points, nine-rebounds, six-assists and four-steals.

Alex Kerr popped up to hit 10 points.

The Wolves face another long road trip this weekend, when they head south to face the South West Slammers.