Read a recap of Day 3 from the 2016 Under-20's and Ivor Burge Championships in Ipswich, Queensland.

Written by volunteers from Ipswich Basketball Association. Photo courtesy of Kangaroo Photos.

For a full review of the Day 2 games as well as the draws, ladders and top performers, click here.

Vic Navy continue to prove themselves as the team to beat in the U20's Men, moving to 4-0 with a big win over interstate rivals Vic White yesterday.

Behind the play of guys like Isaac White, South Australia sit 3-1 while a win for ACT over WA and NSW's victory against ACT have ensured all seven teams in the competition have a win.

In the U20's Women, Vic White and Vic Navy remain undefeated and now have a two-game advantage over the rest of the ladder. NSW pushed Vic White all the way on Day 3 behind the play of Madeleine Norris (20 points) and Abbey George (11 points, nine rebounds) but fell by three points while WA will be looking to end their three-game losing streak against Queensland today.

The South Australia Ivor Burge Men are 3-0 after a big win over Tasmania in which they scored 112 points with Wayne Kinross (29.3 points) and Keenan George-Dent (20.7 points) combining for 50 points a game.

NSW suffered their first loss of the tournament to Vic Metro but their 3-1 record still places them above Vic Metro's 2-1 record. WA have been gallant despite their 0-4 record and will be looking to achieve success against Vic Metro today.

In the Ivor Burge Women's competition, Vic Metro moved clear on the ladder with their third straight win, meaning they have now beaten every team on the ladder. NSW sit second and Vic Country third while South Australia are winless and fourth despite some strong performances from the likes of Amy Howard and Roslyn Thomas.

For draws, results and LiveStats, click here.