For the Lady Bandits, Mokube added 21 points, 12 rebounds and 5 assists in support of Harmons big outing. Barber would also finish with 12 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists.
For the Blues, it was much of the same in the final quarter as they quickly put the result beyond a doubt as Linton and Lewis drained consecutive triples to bury the Bandits. Linton landed his fourth trey of the game before Lewis fed Muldrow for the crowd-pleasing alley-oop dunk. With Frankston in complete control, Harms was able to rotate through his bench as his side romped to a big 26 point victory.
Muldrow continued his outstanding season in providing 16 points. Trist and Lewis did not play a lone hand, with Linton compiling his best offensive game for the Blues this season in pouring in 14 points with 4 assists. For Albury-Wodonga, Hassan contributed a game-high 30 points and 5 rebounds.
The team won thrice in 4 last matches, having lost only to Mount Gambera. Moreover, BA Coe have already won Albury Wodonga away this season. The team won Canberra in the last match and they must go on winning in this match. The team won Canberra in the last round at home, however, there were four losses in a row before. BA Coe take the position in the play-off zone. Albury Wodonga are rather weak in this championship, being in the lower part of the fixture list.
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Whatever coach Andrew Harms said to his troops at the break worked, with the Blues back and firing on all cylinders in the third period. While Hassan kept the scoring ticking over for the Bandits, Trist and Lewis put on a show. Trist scored the first 5 points on an 8-0 run that was capped by Lintons big triple from the wing. Trist and then Lewis threw down some big dunks, with the Melbourne United forward finishing a three-point play to push the margin out to 20 points.
While Reid was the star for the Blues, Barr added 17 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals, but shot a cringe worthy 2-16 from beyond the three-point arc despite going 11-12 from the free throw line. Ross added 13 points in just 14 minutes on court, restricted by foul trouble.
The hot shooting Blues went cold, with Albury-Wodonga making inroads into the lead to close to within 6 points at half time. Rashan Hassan was doing his best to keep the Bandits in the contest, making a living on the weak-side block. Scoring dried up for both sides, with Albury-Wodonga reverting to a zone to try and stem the tide.
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The Bandits were simply blown away by a stunning first half from the Blues, the home team outscoring the Border outfit 69-40 to have the match wrapped up by the main break.
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Ross scored for the Blues to edge back ahead, but when Harmon scored and converted a three-point play with 1:05 left, the Lady Bandits had stolen the lead by 3. With Richards sidelined, and Nankervis fouling out on a moving screen mid-way through the final quarter, the Lady Bandits started to own the paint. Barr made both at the free throw line to get back to within 1, but Albury-Wodonga remained firm to register a demoralising 2 point win. Albury-Wodonga continued to chip away at the lead to get the margin back to single digits. Harmon, Kristi Mokube and Olivia Barber combined to tie the game up at 77 with a little over 2 minutes to play.