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U19 Girls Basketball vs AIS - Match Report

26 January 2018

The U19 Girls Basketball squad returned from the Christmas break to face AIS away from home.

  • Basketball Match Report

The BIS squad was severely depleted due to Year 11 and Year 13 mock exams. Nina Donnelly, Maika Pedersen and Faith Charnock were all drafted in from Year 10 for their first ever senior basketball match.

The game started at a manic pace, with both teams sprinting up and down the court. BIS had a huge number of shots but were unable to make many shots count. At half time BIS led 6-4. The second half continued much the same as the first, BIS had numerous opportunities to score but our shooting accuracy wasn’t good enough. AIS hit a 3 pointer and the game slipped away with BIS losing 15-10.

Back to training after trips week with a full squad restored and our focus: SHOOTING!

Player of the match: Saebom Park U19 Captain

Jonathan McLoughlin, PE Teacher