Bulls continue playoff charge

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Travis Durnin led the way for the A-Men league leaders on Friday night.
Camera IconTravis Durnin led the way for the A-Men league leaders on Friday night. Credit: Jon Gellweiler

Bulls continued their imposing run at the top of the Bunbury Basketball Association’s A-Men standings after defeating Tornadoes Red 89-78 on Friday night.

Travis Durnin led the way for the victors with 25 points, who had the game in their keeping well before the final whistle – although Red ended with a 15-3 offensive run to add respectability to the final margin.

In other A-Men fixtures, Aces Sky and Tornadoes Black recorded emphatic victories over Aces White and Dunsborough Oilers respectfully.

Things were rosier for the Oilers in the A-Women, who recorded their sixth win in a row after taking care of Tornadoes Red 85-77, with a late third quarter 9-0 run proving decisive.

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League leaders Tornadoes Black found things a little easier in their clash against Aces Sky, prevailing 73-35.

Bunbury Basketball Association - Round 17 (tonight at South West Sports Centre)

A-Men: 7pm Eaton Eagles v Dunsborough Oilers, Bulls v Tornadoes Black; 8.30pm Aces White v Tornadoes Red.

A-Women: 7pm Tornadoes Black v Aces Sky; 8.30pm Tornadoes Red v Dunsborough Oilers.

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