View: Mobile | Desktop
FOLLOW US:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  RSS
Men Women
Australia Internationally

Hugh McAuliffe

Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover Australian basketball. Please send us an e-mail.

Australian Basketball (Women)

WNBL Standings
 1. Townsville 17-7 
 2. Perth 16-8 
 3. Dandenong 15-9 
 4. SEQ 15-9 
 5. Sydney 13-11 
 6. Bendigo 12-12 
 7. Adelaide 10-14 
 8. Melbourne 8-16 
 9. Canberra 2-22 
State Standings
Big V
 1. Hume City B. 14-1 
 2. Ringwood H. 14-3 
 3. Knox R. 13-2 
 4. S.Peninsula S. 13-3 
 5. Diamond VE 9-6 
 6. Waverley F. 8-7 
 7. Bulleen B. 7-9 
 8. McKinnon C. 6-9 
 9. Warrandyte V. 5-10 
 10. Melbourne T. 2-13 
 11. Eltham W. 2-14 
 12. Whittlesea 1-16 
Premier League
 1. Norwood F. 13-1 
 2. N.Adelaide R. 10-4 
 3. Southern T. 10-4 
 4. Forestville E. 9-5 
 5. W.Adelaide B. 9-5 
 6. Sturt S. 8-6 
 7. Woodville W. 7-7 
 8. Eastern M. 3-11 
 9. S.Adelaide P. 1-13 
 10. C.Districts L. 0-14 
 1. Rockhampton C. 10-1 
 2. Mackay M. 9-3 
 3. Logan T. 8-3 
 4. Cairns D. 6-3 
 5. Townsville F. 5-3 
 6. Bundaberg B. 5-4 
 7. Gold Coast R. 5-5 
 8. Ipswich F. 4-5 
 9. Brisbane C. 4-7 
 10. Gladstone PCP 3-6 
 11. Suncoast PC 2-6 
 12. Toowoomba M. 2-7 
 13. SW Metro P. 2-7 
 14. SC Rip 1-7 
 1. Rockingham CF 9-1 
 2. Willetton T. 8-1 
 3. Perry Lakes H. 6-2 
 4. Joondalup W. 5-1 
 5. Cockburn C. 5-5 
 6. Lakeside L. 4-4 
 7. Perth R. 4-4 
 8. Stirling S. 4-6 
 9. Kalamunda E.S. 3-5 
 10. Mandurah M. 2-6 
 11. East Perth E. 1-8 
 12. SW Slammers 0-8 
 1. Nunawading S. 11-3 
 2. Dandenong R. 9-4 
 3. Geelong S. 9-5 
 4. Ballarat R. 6-7 
 5. Brisbane S. 6-7 
 6. Albury LB 2-13 
 7. Canberra C. 1-12 
 1. Launceston T. 12-3 
 2. Kilsyth LC 11-0 
 3. Bendigo LB 6-6 
 4. Frankston B. 5-9 
 5. BA CoE 4-3 
 6. Hobart C. 4-8 
 7. Sandringham S. 4-9 
 1. Newcastle H. 11-1 
 2. Manly Warr. SE 7-4 
 3. Sutherland S. 6-4 
 4. Norths Bears 6-5 
 5. Hornsby S. 6-5 
 6. Illawarra H. 5-3 
 7. Sydney C. 5-6 
 8. Hills H. 1-9 
 9. Bankstown B. 0-10 
Full Standings
Points Per Game
  Avg: 20.8
 1. Batkovic-B., Towns.20.8 
 2. Whitcomb, Perth19.4 
 3. Hooper, SEQ18.5 
 4. Griffin, Bendigo17.9 
 5. Ebzery, Sydney17.7 
 6. Mitchell, Adelaide17.4 
 7. Mansfield, SEQ15.9 
 8. Cumming, Dandenong15.8 
 9. Stallworth, Wisla15.7 
 10. Richards, Bendigo15.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 11.9
 1. George, Townsville11.9 
 2. Ruef, Adelaide11.7 
 3. Griffin, Bendigo10.0 
 4. Richards, Bendigo9.1 
 5. Batkovic-B., Towns.8.8 
 6. Ibekwe, Girona8.8 
 7. Hooper, SEQ8.6 
 8. Laney, Perth7.8 
 9. Bishop, Canberra7.6 
 10. Penaluna, Melbo.7.1 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 5.5
 1. Wilson, Bendigo5.5 
 2. Mansfield, SEQ5.5 
 3. Mitchell, Adelaide5.3 
 4. Madgen, Melbourne4.2 
 5. Montgomery, Canbe.4.0 
 6. Ebzery, Sydney3.9 
 7. Laney, Perth3.7 
 8. Snell, Bendigo3.6 
 9. Tupaea, Sydney3.5 
 10. Lavey, Perth3.4 
Steals Per Game
 Samantha WHITCOMB
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Whitcomb, Perth2.8 
 2. Mitchell, Adelaide2.1 
 3. Griffin, Bendigo2.0 
 4. Allen, SEQ1.8 
 5. Snell, Bendigo1.8 
 6. Blicavs, Dandenong1.4 
 7. Standish, Adelaide1.4 
 8. Ibekwe, Girona1.3 
 9. Montgomery, Canbe.1.3 
 10. Tupaea, Sydney1.3 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2
 1. Tomlinson, Perth2.0 
 2. Batkovic-B., Towns.1.3 
 3. Penaluna, Melbo.1.3 
 4. Bishop, Canberra1.1 
 5. Stallworth, Wisla1.1 
 6. Tinkle, Sydney1.1 
 7. Richards, Bendigo1.1 
 8. George, Townsville1.1 
 9. Allen, SEQ1.0 
 10. Swords, Sydney1.0 

Play-Off bracket1

Next Round Schedule

Round 16 (Regular Season)

Norwood F. 99% Jul.2 C.Districts
Southern T. 95% Jul.2 S.Adelaide P
Sturt S. 73% Jul.2 Eastern M.
Woodville W Jul.2 W.Adelaide B 53%
Forestville Jul.2 N.Adelaide R 59%
Big V
Ringwood H. 70% Jul.3 Diamond VE
McKinnon C. 80% Jul.3 Eltham W.
Waverley F. 86% Jul.3 Melbourne T
Bulleen B. 78% Jul.2 Whittlesea
Knox R. 57% Jul.2 S.Peninsula
Hume City B 92% Jul.2 Warrandyte V
Diamond VE 75% Jul.1 Warrandyte V
Logan T. 90% Jul.2 SC Rip
Rockhampton 94% Jul.2 SW Metro P.
Gladstone P 52% Jul.2 Brisbane C.
Townsville F 74% Jul.2 Suncoast PC
Toowoomba M Jul.2 Ipswich F. 59%
Mackay M. 90% Jul.1 SW Metro P.
Cairns D. 85% Jul.1 Suncoast PC
Bundaberg B Jul.1 Brisbane C. 53%
Bendigo LB Jul.2 Nunawading S 56%
Launceston T 70% Jul.2 Dandenong R
Albury LB Jul.2 Kilsyth LC 95%
Frankston B 59% Jul.2 Sandringham
Ballarat R. Jul.2 Geelong S. 62%
Hobart C. Jul.1 Dandenong R 66%
Geelong S. 61% Jul.1 Bendigo LB
Canberra C. Jul.1 Brisbane S. 78%
Sandringham 50% Jul.1 Ballarat R.
Bankstown B Jul.3 Hills H. 81%
Hornsby S. Jul.3 Sutherland S 58%
Sydney C. Jul.2 Newcastle H 84%
Norths Bears Jul.2 Manly Warr 55%
Hills H. Jul.2 Illawarra H 82%
Big V: Ardossi new Altona ace - Feb 13, 2012

  follow us on Facebook Twitter

Liam Twomey

Appearing in the Williamstown, Altona and Laverton Star.

WOMENS basketball in Altona is about to receive a facelift. No longer is the club prepared to lose talented players to high profile rivals from the states north and east.

The Gators are making changes to become a western suburbs powerhouse and the ball is already rolling with the signing of Australian basketball star Brigitte Ardossi (188-F-87, agency: Josep and Nicolas, college: Georgia Tech).

The 24-year-old began her career as a junior in Altona before being forced to leave in search of more challenging opportunities. She went on to play WNBL for the Canberra Capitals, WNBA for the Atlanta Dream and college basketball for Georgia Tech.

Now Ardossi will return to her former club for the coming season, eager to ensure future talented juniors are not forced to move around like she was.

I played for the Altona Gators when I was really young and they didnt really have a higher division team that I could progress to. That made me leave the club, Ardossi said.

It made me realise that the western suburbs doesnt really have a successful team in a high division that our girls can really aspire to play for. I feel like coming back and playing will bring the profile up. The next goal will be to bring this team up to Championship Division.

Ardossi also plans to educate some of the juniors at Altona about the opportunities basketball can lead to outside of Australia.

For me not having those avenues in the West, college just seemed like the only option. The only time I made a state team was in under 20s so I was under the radar and a late starter but I knew that was my goal, she said.

Ill be telling them about that because it is a great option. There is only one Victorian state team that girls in this area can make and the sad reality is not everyone can make the team but there are also other options.

Ardossis Altona teammates are already hard at work preparing for the new season in the hope of improving on their semi-final showing in last years Big V competition.

Assistant coach Elisha Hogan said the club was rapt to sign Ardossi and was hopeful it would lead to an improvement on last seasons semi final defeat.

The girls have been back into it now for a good month. We are at Altona beach every Monday doing fitness and we have recruited a couple of other girls as well. We are working hard and we are looking forward to getting started.
Courtesy of:


Ally Malott
Ally Malott agreed terms with Dandenong - 2 days ago

Dandenong Rangers (WNBL) strengthened their roster with addition of 24-year old American forward Ally Malott (193-92, college: Dayton, agency: Interperformances).The last season Malott played at Botas (KBSL) in Turkish league. In 7 games she averaged 7.0ppg, 4.4rpg and 1.9apg. The last (15-16) summer she played at Washington in WNBA. In 9 games she averaged only 1.8ppg and 1.3rpg. Last year Washington Mystics selected her as 0th overall pick in WNBA draft. The former University of Dayton...   [read more]

New York Liberty welcomes back Allen, ex SEQ - 3 days ago

New York Liberty landed 24-year old Australian international guard Rebecca Allen (185-92, agency: LBM Management). It is actually her comeback to New York Liberty as she played here before. Allen played most recently at South East Queensland in Australian WNBL. In 20 games she averaged 11.5ppg, 5.6rpg, 1.1apg and 1.8spg (in top 4) last season. She helped them to make it to the semifinals. It was a very successful season in her career as she was selected to All-Australi...   [read more]

Abby Bishop
Abby Bishop leaves Storm to chase dream of playing for Australia in 2016 Rio Olympic Games - 5 days ago

Storm forward Abby Bishop (6'3''-C-88, agency: LBM Management) left the team after its loss in Dallas on Thursday. She flew to her native Australia to join her national team's training camp in hopes of remaining in contention for a spot on the Rio Olympic Games roster. Bishop, who's 6-foot-3, represented her country at the 2012 London Olympics. There was question she'd return to the lineup, according to new coach Brendan Joyce, because she was ruled out for three months while on a course...   [read more]

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12

Site Map: Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2016 Eurobasket Inc. Disclaimer

Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site !
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.