Media Wrap Up – Round 3

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 Round 3!

Mermaids’ bonus inclusion as former WNBL player signs on

by Justine McCullagh-Beasy (Warrnambool Standard)
ONE run with Warrnambool Mermaids was all this former WNBL player needed to commit for the entire Big V season.

Keilor Thunder make a noise in the Big V’s top flight

by Lance Jenkinson (Star Weekly)
Keilor Thunder is the surprise Easter leader in the Big V basketball men’s state championship.

Talkin’ about a Coleman

by Lauren Bordin (Shepparton News)
Shepparton Gators continue on their merry way this season, notching up two more wins across the weekend.

Ballarat enjoys wins at home in Youth League competition

by The Courier
Ballarat Rush has celebrated a 13-point victory over Dandenong in a battle between two teams trying to secure their first win of the Big V youth league season.

Warrnambool Seahawks overcome Geelong Supercats on the road in Big V battle

by Justine McCullagh-Beasy (Warrnambool Standard)
WARRNAMBOOL Mermaids can match it with the Big V division one powers – if they play to their potential.

Craigieburn Eagles bring home victory for Big V vet

by Tara Murray (Star Weekly)
Craigieburn Eagles celebrated Robert Toller-Bond’s 200th Big V game in style, upsetting ladder-leaders Coburg Giants.

Melton Thoroughbreds gallop home 

by Tara Murray (Star Weekly)
Melton Thoroughbreds had to come from behind to notch their second win of the Big V women’s division 2 season.

Hot start for Heat 

by Andrew Brookes (Sunraysia Daily)
MILDURA Heat must build on the momentum of an impressive start to the Big V Division 1 Women season, coach James Madigan says.
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