Spartans White off to great start in men’s second division basketball competition

Neale HarveyKalgoorlie Miner
CBC’s Sam Morrow.
Camera IconCBC’s Sam Morrow. Credit: Madeleine Clark/Kalgoorlie Miner

Spartans White are setting an impressive standard with four wins and a draw through the early rounds of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Basketball Association’s men’s division two competition.

CBC are tied with the division leaders on 14 points.

However, Spartans White have a game in hand and are yet to lose a match — despite a close call in round two against Saints, 50-50.

CBC’s record includes two defeats, with Spartans Green holding down third spot with three wins.

In the men’s third division, CBC and Olympians have identical 4-1 win-loss records to hold down first and second place, respectively, from Spartans (three wins).

Games in the women’s second division have been underpinned by the consistent form of CBC with five wins.

The Collegians are a game clear of Olympians, with Franchise a further two games off the pace.

Women’s division three teams Slammers, CBC and Olympians are locked on four wins.

CBC’s big start in the men’s first division has been built on the offensive consistency of Sam Morrow and Miles Tierney.

The pair hold the top-two spots for scoring efficiency — Morrow leading the way with 152 points heading into this week’s round.

Tierney (132 points) was next-best from Franchise’s Jerome Reid (126) and Olympians’ Jarrod Donaldson (119).

In the top women’s division, Alex Clinch-Hoycard defied Spartans’ rough start by racking up a competition-best 160 points.



Division 2:

Spartans White 14 points; CBC 14; Spartans Green 11; Franchise 9; Saints Black 9; Olympians 8; Saints 6.

Division 3:

CBC 13 points; Olympians 13; Spartans 11; Olympians 9; CBC 6.


Division 2:

CBC 16 points; Olympians 13; Franchise 8; Saints 6.

Division 3:

Slammers 15 points; CBC 15; Olympians 14; Spartans 7.

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