Women’s day basketball makes a return to competition after a break from the holidays.
Players are stepping up and helping out as some teams are playing short due to illness and injury.
In the first game back players took to the court in a three on three competition.
The full time score of Ricksteel 26 to D.A.M Farming 44 is a reflection of the hard work put in by all players across both teams.
Ricksteel were inaccurate around the goals as D.A.M Farming’s Madi McCartney and Hayley Young played terrific games.
Sarah Tyler and Karissa Schumann top scored for Gold with ten points each.
Lauren Hughes contributed 10 points to her team, The Great Western Shoppe in game two against Fosters Mens and Ladies Wear.
Fosters Mens and Ladies Wear’s Katrina Hope continues to improve each week as she listens and absorbs assistance whenever it’s given.
The Great Western Shoppe fell short to White, 20-30.
Next week sees The Great Western Shoppe taking on D.A.M Farming in game one and Fosters Mens and Ladies Wear against Ricksteel in game two.