AJ with 58 points across two games in QBL

July 31, 2018 | Sydney Flames news

Photo Credit: Rob Williams

In the opening round of finals in SEABL, Launceston beat undefeated Bendigo, 84-77,  to go straight through to the preliminary final in two weeks.

Alex Wilson contributed an impressive 23 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.

Sydney Uni Flames, Assistant coach, Mark Alabakov led the Melbourne Tigers to a big Victory over Sandringham 89-54. They will now face Nunawading in the first semi on the weekend.

In the QBL with only one regular round to go, Amanda ‘AJ’ Johnson had two dominant games, contributing to Ipswitch defeating both Mackay, 88-63, and Rockhampton, 79-73.

Against Mackay, AJ recorded 24 points, going 10 better against Rockhampton with a huge double-double; 34 points and 17 rebounds.

Tahlia Tupaea returned home from the Four Nations Tournament in China following a successful campaign.

With Flames coach Cheryl Chambers at the helm, the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals had 5 wins and a loss, going down to China in the final game of the tournament, 70-49.


Game 1: W, 78-62 vs Argentina

Game 2: W, 66-42 vs Serbia

Game 3: W, 68-58 vs China

Game 4: W, 50-38 vs Argentina

Game 5: W, 65-52 vs Serbia

Game 6: L, 49-70 vs China


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