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Mirboo North basketballers shoot high

LAST Tuesday night the Mirboo North Junior Basketball Association held its grand final night for three of the six age

groups.

 

U10 Girls Black 7 defeated Orange 5 with Hayley Eden voted the MVP.

U10 Boys, Orange 13 defeated Green 10 with Jesse Chila voted MVP.

U12 Girls, Blue 18 defeated Pink 17 with Meg Harris voted MVP.

U12 Boys, Yellow 41 defeated Black 31 with Jack Couper voted MVP.

Thursday night on December 3 saw the older age groups contest the flags.

U17 Girls, Black 47 defeated Yellow 26 with Jamie Chila voted MVP.

U17 Boys, Green 50 defeated White 28 with Jayden Hohmann voted MVP

The association committee would like to express our sincere thanks to all the parents, coaches, players, scores, referees, top washers and co-ordinators for all the support they give this wonderful competition we have in Mirboo North.

Please keep a look out for our autumn season commencing in March.

Registrations will have to be completed online in February.

Also a very special Thank you to Pam Pincini and her crew which once again fed all our hungry basketball families on the night with her chaplaincy barbeque.

Premier: U10 Boys Orange, back row from left,Will Mc Donald, Sam Bradley, Jake Stothart, James Mc Donald and coach Shona Chila. Front row from left, Jesse Chila, Logan Anders and Isak Hose.

Premier: U10 Boys Orange, back row from left,Will Mc Donald, Sam Bradley, Jake Stothart, James Mc Donald and coach Shona Chila. Front row from left, Jesse Chila, Logan Anders and Isak Hose.

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