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White breaks the ice against Eagles

Kate FieldingSouth Western Times
Bulls’ Travis Durnin amassed 35 points in the ladder leaders’ win on Friday night.
Camera IconBulls’ Travis Durnin amassed 35 points in the ladder leaders’ win on Friday night.

Aces White claimed their first win in the men’s Bunbury Basketball Association competition on Friday night thanks to impressive efforts from youngsters Brody England and Devan Craig.

The young guns combined for 30 of their team’s 68 points in the 12-point victory over Eaton Eagles in round seven action.

The result sees the Eagles remain at the bottom of the ladder.

Convincing wins continued in the other men’s matches, with ladder leaders Bulls claiming a 59-point victory over Dunsborough Oilers.

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Despite an impressive effort from Oilers’ Matthew Mansfield with 25-points, Bulls’ widespread of dominant scorers proved too tough to overcome.

Travis Durnin (35 points), Paddy Phillips (31 points), Tom Harper (24 points) and Clive Weeden (20 points) are showing little sign of slowing down as the Bulls cruise through the season.

Tornadoes Black’s Matthew Leary and Jason Smith (24 points each) led their side to a 23-point win over Aces Sky in the final men’s match.

In the women’s round, the Oilers were too good for a depleted Tornadoes Red side with youngsters Beige Harris (28 points) and Dana East (22 points) proving unstoppable.

While Tornadoes Black are still unbeaten after Jasmine Barrett (27 points) led her side to a 30-point win over Aces Sky.

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