Tag Archives: WBC

WBC Preview Part Two

The current top five teams on the WBC standings will all fancy their chances of not only gaining a top six play-off berth but also winning the round robin series. Harbour Breeze and Waikato Wizards have a slight advantage as they both have yet to play the Junior Tall Ferns. These games regardless of the result are recorded as wins to the opposition as the JTF fixtures are none competition games. Continue reading

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WBC Preview Part One

The second WBC tournament is being held in Auckland this coming weekend.

Five of the teams boast a 3-1 record following the first tournament held in Christchurch early last month and barring a collapse in form should have no problem securing a top six berth and a place in the play-offs. Continue reading

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Blair and Tini return to Harbour Breeze

The Harbour Breeze welcome back two US based players for the second WBC tournament being held in Auckland next weekend.

Brooke Blair and Jaycin Tini both graduated from Rangitoto College last year and have enjoyed successful freshman years at their respective junior colleges in the US. Continue reading

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Womens Basketball Championships – Day 2

Womens Basketball Championship – Day 2

At the end of day two Canterbury and Auckland/Counties were  unbeaten just Rotorua Vols looking for a win. Continue reading


Womens Basketball Champs – Day 1

WBC Results – 1st Tournament in Christchurch

Day 1

Capital Flyers 52 – Stella Beck 19pts/9 rebs, Margaret Scott 8pts

Waikato Wizards 69 – Natasha Lenden 18, Miriam Stevens 16/8 Continue reading


Harbour Breeze team news

The Harbour Breeze embarks on its quest to win the 2014 National Womens Basketball Competition next weekend, May 2-4.

The first of the three tournaments to decide the WBC will be held in Christchurch. The four times championship winning Breeze take a familiar line up south. Chelsea Terei and Anna Lacey will assume point guard duties, the off guard responsibilities sitting with Junior Tall Fern Ella Fotu, Claire McCurran and Shinae Blair. Continue reading

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