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July 26, 2017
Heading into the final fortnight of the regular season, take a look at where each potential finalist can finish across the women’s competition. EAST WOMEN   Kilsyth Cobras (16-4) To Come:...
July 25, 2017
In a victory over Albury/Wodonga on Friday night, the Mt. Gambier Pioneers extended their unbeaten record at home to 11-0, officially secured top spot in the East Conference and star import Daniel Ale...
July 25, 2017
In the Round 16 report, Roy Ward talks to Auryn MacMillan as Kilsyth’s finals hopes hang in the balance. Kilsyth Cobras have made a habit of making late comebacks this season and perhaps that trait...
July 24, 2017
Persisting with their improbable charge to the playoffs, the Ballarat Rush swept Round 16 to move within two games of the South Conference top four with Jaterra Bonds once again leading the way. Th...
July 24, 2017
Roy Ward talks to Chantel Horvat of the Geelong Supercats about her move back home before heading off to UCLA and covers the media wrap-up. Chantel Horvat is grateful for her season back home in Geel...
July 21, 2017
Find out where you can watch games this weekend via clubs’ live-streams with Geelong Supercats, Mt. Gambier Pioneers, Dandenong Rangers and Kilsyth Cobras broadcasting in Round 16. FRIDAY Rou...
July 20, 2017
Preview Round 16 for the men with top four spots on the line for several teams while the Bendigo Braves take on Ballarat Miners in Game of the Week. Game of The Week – Bendigo v Ballarat Saturda...
July 20, 2017
Preview Round 16 for the women headlined by Nunawading Spectres’ clash with the Albury/Wodonga Bandits. Game of The Week – Nunawading v Albury/Wodonga Saturday 22nd July- 5:30 @ Nunawading St...
July 20, 2017
Two long-serving referees will chalk up incredible milestones this weekend with Tim Mills and Jason Kelly set to adjudicate their 400th games. Mills will reach the mark when Nunawading host Albury...
July 18, 2017
Owning the floor at both ends of the court in a win over Launceston, Kathleen Scheer of the Hobart Chargers flirted with a quadruple-double to take out the Round 15 Player of the Week award. The fo...
July 18, 2017
In the Round 15 report, Roy Ward talks to Lauren Scherf from the Dandenong Rangers as she looks to help cover the absence of some key members of the team over the next few weeks. If there is one side...
July 17, 2017
You can take Sam Short as far away from Ballarat as you like but you won’t stop him taking pride in a Miners’ win. The Ballarat born and bred guard was unable to suit up for his home club in thei...
July 17, 2017
Suffering a couple of injuries and on a five-game losing streak, the Albury/Wodonga Bandits had their backs against the wall this weekend but JT Terrell stepped up to keep their season alive with an e...
July 13, 2017
Preview Round 15 for the men headlined by the Game of the Week clash between South Conference leaders Ballarat and Dandenong. Game of The Week – Ballarat v Dandenong Sunday 16th July- 2:00pm @ ...
July 13, 2017
Preview Round 15 for the women with eight games slated for the weekend as we enter the final month of the regular season. Game of The Week – Launceston v Hobart Saturday 15th July- 6:30pm @ Elp...
July 11, 2017
Peter Hooley has continued his impressive debut SEABL season, following up a Player of the Week award from Round 6 with another in Round 14. On the weekend, he led the Ballarat Miners to an importa...
July 11, 2017
In the Round 14 men’s report, Roy Ward chats to Geelong Supercats coach Leon O’Neill as they gear up for another finals run while covering the absence of Nick Owusu. The Geelong Supercats are a c...
July 10, 2017
A rising star in women’s basketball, the reigning WNBL Rookie of the Year can add another trophy to her cabinet after earning the Round 14 Player of the Week. As the Melbourne Tigers point guard,...
July 10, 2017
In the Round 14 women's report, Roy Ward talks to Tenaya Phillips of the Frankston Blues. There comes a time when a player takes on more responsibility. Whether it is with scoring, minutes, leadersh...
July 7, 2017
Almost half of the Australian Opals team named for the FIBA Asia Cup later this month are competing in 2017, further exemplifying the connection from SEABL through to national selection. Held in In...