QBL Round 12 Wrap-up v Rockhampton

Dennis’ Computers Townsville Flames 73 def Rockhampton Cyclones 68

The Townsville girls handed the Cyclones a shock loss, with the lead going back and forth in the opening half before the visitors held a six-point lead going into the halftime break. The Flames fired up at the end of the third quarter, coming back from 10 points down to start the final quarter ahead by three points. Townsville held on to their advantage to take the win, thanks to a number of Rockhampton errors and sharp shooting from a number of Flames players. Lisa Braunberger top-scored for Townsville with 17 points with team-mate Simone Page on 16. Shanavia Dowdell had a game-high 20 points.

TEAM

P

W

L

PCWon

Gladstone

14

13

1

92.86

Mackay

14

11

3

78.57

Rockhampton

14

11

3

78.57

Bundaberg

14

11

3

78.57

Ipswich

14

9

5

64.29

Gold Coast Rollers

14

8

6

57.14

Northside

13

7

6

53.85

Brisbane

15

7

8

46.67

Townsville

15

6

9

40.00

Cairns

15

4

11

26.67

Toowoomba

13

2

11

15.38

South West Metro

13

1

12

7.69

Maroochydore

14

1

13

7.14

 

Townsville McDonald’s Heat 84 def Rockhampton Rockets 73

The Heat made it two-from-two for the Townsville teams, with this close match that saw the home side lead for much of the match, the Rockets coming back to take the lead at the end of the third quarter. Townsville were too strong and bounced back to seal the win. Chris Cedar put up 28 points for Townsville, while Ryan McDade shot 20 for Rocky.

TEAM

P

W

L

PCWon

Rockhampton

14

11

3

78.57

Mackay

14

11

3

78.57

Ipswich

14

10

4

71.43

Cairns

15

10

5

66.67

Northside

13

8

5

61.54

Townsville

15

9

6

60.00

South West Metro

13

7

6

53.85

Gold Coast Rollers

14

7

7

50.00

Bundaberg

14

5

9

35.71

Brisbane

15

4

11

26.67

Toowoomba

13

3

10

23.08

Gladstone

14

3

11

21.43

Maroochydore

14

3

11

21.43

 

 




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