Wolves set to lead the pack

The superior percentage of the two sides will likely take them to the No. 1 position in their respective leagues pending a successful round against the Stirling Senators away on Saturday and Lakeside Lightning at home on Sunday.

For the men, it would be the first time since 2012 they had held top spot.

The side is coming off a 107-76 demolition of East Perth at Joondalup Basketball Stadium last Saturday.

Damian Matacz led match scoring with 20 points, shooting at a near-perfect 9-10 in the field.

Recently-announced SBL All-Star Kevin Davis took 17 points and 13 rebounds.

Joel Questel put on one of his better shooting performances to hit 11 points, while leading the game with five assists.

The women�s side disposed of the Eagles with even greater ease than the men in a 93-45 victory.

The 48-point margin marked their biggest win of the season, led by All-Star Rebecca Mercer�s 23 points.

Shani Amos added 13 points in a solid all-round performance that included seven rebounds and a game-high six assists.

Nikita Martin hit 20 points.