Business end of U14 Boys Club C'ship

Business end of U14 Boys Club C'ship

Semi-finals of the U14 Boys Club Championships kick of this afternoon as the competition heats up in line the weather in Kalamunda, WA.

Competition started on Monday with 24 teams competing in 3 minor round games before being split into the Championship (top 2 teams in each pool) and Shield division (bottom 2 teams in each pool). After another two round games the top 8 teams in each division went into quarter finals late yesterday afternoon.

The Shield division quarter finals had spectators on the edge of their seat as Darwin Cyclones and Albury Cougars went into overtime after drawing 58-all at the end of the fourth. The Cougars proved in overtime they were just that notch above scoring 7 against Darwin's 4 sending them through to the semis. In another close win Southern Tigers managed to take down Bankstown Bruins while both the Penrith Panthers and ithe Maroochydore Clippers had comfortable wins.

The Championship division saw an increase in intensity as the top 8 clubs entered the elimination round on their way to the medal matches. Hills Hornets had another comfortable win over the Perry Lake Hawks as they cemented their title as the team to beat. Host State, WA's, other medal hope in the Lakeside Lightning also suffered a loss going down to the Melbourne Tigers. Dandenong Rangers had a dominating performance over the Eltham wildcats while another close game at the end of the night saw Illawarra Hawks edge past the Canberra Gunners in the final minutes of the game.

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