Monthly Archives: May 2010

Mixed results for Aussies in Champions Cup

In the end it was Brad Ness and Michael Hartnett who emerged triumphant over the other Rollers in the Champions Cup as their Elecom Roma side finished the best of the Australians in fourth place on Sunday.

Ardossi pursues the Dream

When Australian Brigitte Ardossi was taken at No. 21 by the Atlanta Dream in the WNBA draft last month, the 22-year-old's new coach, Marynell Meadors, lauded her ''fire and passion'' as a factor behind her selection, writes Jesse Hogan in The Age.

Lacey gets first taste of WNBA action

Australian Alison Lacey got a taste of the kind of WNBA action she could be seeing this season after the Seattle Storm took on the Phoenix Mercury in a preseason game on the weekend.

Bulleen named Victorian Association of the Year

Basketball Australia would like to congratulate the Bulleen Templestowe Basketball Club on being named the Basketball Victoria Association of thee Year on Thursday at the Annual Basketball Victoria Awards night.

WNWBL: Flames lead the way after Round 2

The Sydney Uni Wheelchair Flames made a clean sweep of Round 2 of the Women's National Wheelchair Basketball League to lead the ladder ahead of the Perth Western Stars.