The Dandenong Rangers have moved into outright second on the WNBL ladder after a convincing 88-79 win over the Adelaide Lightning to start their western road trip.
WNBL Round Six was a weekend of big numbers from the big stars of the league, with some familiar faces in the running for the WNBL Fansí Player of the Week.
April Sykes led the way for the home side with 26 points, including a three-pointer in the final seconds that sent the crowd into a frenzy. Katie-Rae Ebzery scored 20 points while Ellyce Ironmonger made good use of her extended...
Spearheaded by impressive performances from Suzy Batkovic and Joanne Hill Adelaide Lightning handed The Tradies Canberra Capitals their first home loss of the season, defeating the ACT side 93-81.
It was only a matter of time before the name Suzy Batkovic appeared in the same sentence as WNBL Fansí Player of the Week, with the reigning WNBL MVP taking the honours for Round Five.
Round Five was the weekend of the stars, with a host of Opals stars putting their names in lights to be named WNBL Fansí Player of the Week.
A 27-point master-class from Suzy Batkovic has ensured the Adelaide Lightning continued on its winning way, cruising to a 74-55 victory over the Bulleen Boomers in Round 5 at Adelaide Arena.
Adelaide Lightning's injury list lengthens ahead of Sunday's clash against Bulleen. Nadeen Payne is the latest casualty, set to miss Sunday's match.
Former Adelaide Link Lightning Champion and three-time Olympian, Rachael Sporn, has been announced as an inductee into the South Australian Sports Hall of Fame.
ADELAIDE should regain starting off-guard Amy Lewis for Sunday's WNBL home game with burgeoning Bulleen after she missed Saturday's 75-65 road victory over West Coast.
The Alcohol.Think Again West Coast Waves lost by 10 points to a quality Adelaide Lightning side lead by Opals players Suzy Batkovic and Jennifer Screen at the Sandpit on Saturday night. 75 Ė 65.
The home side stayed...
Ex-Lightning champion Erin Phillips will return to Adelaide with a WNBA championship under her belt and has plans to catch a Lightning game whilst shes here.
Plagued with injury the Lightning managed to steal two wins over the weekend, beating the Thunder on Friday night 72-62 and Townsville on Sunday 80-65.
WNBL Round Three saw the stars come to the fore, with some of the biggest names in the game putting in performances that has them in the mix for the WNBL Fansí Player of the Week!
In the third round of the WNBL, Suzy Batkovicís absence from the Adelaide Lightning was not missed, as Jennifer Screen, with 23 points, put on an impressive shooting display which saw the Lightning overcome the Townsville Fire 80...