Media Wrap Up – Round 9

Each and every week, a number of wonderful external media outlets cover Big V in many different ways. Here’s a snapshot of what’s online from last week’s round of fixtures!

Big V basketball: Mildura Heat strives on without star player

Angus DearloveSunraysia Daily

Mildura Heat Division 2 Men’s 11-point Big V Basketball win over Craigieburn on Saturday night at The Hothouse without Calvin Henry instilled belief that the team can win without their star man.


We can do better than that, coach says

Angus DearloveSunraysia Daily

A win is a win, but Mildura Heat Division 1 coach James Madigan was far from satisfied.


Target now on women

Angus Dearlove – Sunraysia Daily

With nine wins on the trot from 11 Big V Basketball games, the Mildura Heat Division 1 women are flying.


No rest for undefeated

Angus Dearlove – Sunraysia Daily

Execution. That’s the focus for the Mildura Heat Division 2 men for their Big V Basketball clash with Craigieburn tonight at the Hothouse.


Clontarf Academy pupils play basketball with Warrnambool Seahawks basketballer Xavier Johnson-Blount

Jessica Howard – Warrnambool Standard

Clontarf Academy pupils have enjoyed shooting hoops with returning Warrnambool Seahawks basketballer Xavier Johnson-Blount. 


Werribee Devils’ Jenkins steamrolls opposition

Lance Jenkinson – Star Weekly

Werribee Devils import Alisia Jenkins was nigh on unstoppable in a 109-62 victory over Whittlesea Pacers in the Big V basketball women’s state championship at Eagle Stadium on Saturday night.


Warrnambool Seahawks and Mermaids both hosting lower-ranked sides in Big V opportunity

Gus McCubbing – Warrnambool Standard

Now is the time for the Warrnambool Mermaids to snap their eight-game losing streak, according to coach Louise Brown.


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