Bree Davy was the hero for Raiders under-18s as her basket in the dying seconds guided them to a thrilling two-point victory in round three of the Albany Basketball Association women’s A-grade competition on Tuesday night. The tense 38-36 win against Griffins was the Raiders’ first victory this season and it came after an absorbing battle. Griffins led by four points early on in the contest before Raiders found their feet, netting 10 straight points, eight coming from Brodie Dixon, to open up a six-point advantage. Georgina Ravenhill halted the momentum momentarily but Raiders knocked down another seven straight points, with another six in a row from Dixon, to push the deficit to a game-high 11 points. Griffins scored six of the final eight points in the opening half to reduce the margin to seven at half-time. The margin was back to three early in the second half, but Raiders responded with a flurry of baskets to push their advantage back into double figures. Griffins knocked down 14 of the next 19 points to trim the margin back to two with three minutes left. When Rhiannon Williams-Jolley hit a jump shot with a minute left scores were level. Raiders hung on to possession in a scrappy final minute, missing multiple shots, before Davy grabbed a loose ball under the basket and laid it in to secure a thrilling victory. Dixon knocked down 13 points in the first half on her way to 16 for the game while Abbi Gibson and Kleo Proudfoot added seven each in the win. Danielle Carne hit 14 points for Griffins, as she tried to get her side back into the game and Phoebe Thornton added eight but their side was left to rue a slow start. Bethel Breakers remain undefeated after a 33-25 win over Sonics Blue with Dixon dropping 12 points and Alethea Patterson adding 11 in the win while Casey Griffiths knocked down 12 for Sonics Blue. Indi Weeden hit four threes on her way to 22 points for Infernos as they emerged convincing 57-37 winners over Railways to remain undefeated. Rylee Davis was Railways’ top scorer with 12 but they fell to a third straight defeat. Barking Owls won their second straight game with a 44-24 victory over Sonics as Abbi Gibson led the way with 18 points while Lily Wisher-Saa was a strong support with 11. Ava Williams knocked down 11 points for Sonics, including three from long range.