In the Under-20 division 1 men’s semi-finals, The King’s School managed to remain unbeaten throughout the tournament with a win over Willetton which will see them take on Scots College in the Grand Final. Adam Lulka continued his good form contributing 24 points.
St Luke’s and Berwick College will face off in the Freshman girls final after winning their matches over Lyneham High and Lowanna College respectively. St Luke’s got a combined 27 points from Catriona Henderson and Elles Van Der Maas whilst Tiarni Fallon managed 23 points of her own for Berwick College.
The Championship Women’s Final will be contested by John Paul College and St Joseph’s Catholic College after they both progressed with convincing wins.
John Paul College continued their hot run at the tournament with the same culprits doing the damage in Carleigh Patrick (23 points and 10 rebounds) and Monika Faerber (eight points and a whopping 20 rebounds). Westfields fought hard but were unable to remain in touch despite a strong performance from Raijieli Tanuku.
Jasmine Forcadilla continued her scoring barrage to lead St Joseph’s in an unexpectedly convincing win against Box Hill. Jasmine scored 25 points to go along with her 9 rebounds and 4 assists to remain at the top of everyone’s MVP of the tournament list.
In the men we get the matchup that most casual fans have been longing for with Lake Ginninderra going up against Ignatius Park. The fans will be treated to a matchup of possible future Boomers with Jack White (Lake Ginninderra) and Will Mcdowell-White (Ignatius Park) going head to head.
Mcdowell-White was the talk of the town yesterday with a jaw dropping 49 point performance to come from behind against Sydney Boys High whilst the Lake Ginninderra trio of Bul Kuol, Dejan Vasiljevic and Jack White were too much for Aquinas College to handle.