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WNBL Standings
1. Sydney UF 16-5
2. Adelajde F. 15-6
3. Canberra C. 15-6
4. Bulleen B. 12-9
5. Dandenong R. 12-9
6. Townsville F. 10-11
7. Perth L. 3-18
8. AIS 1-20

WNBL Stats Leaders
1. H.Grima (Boom) 19.2
2. N.Porter (Light) 18.6
3. R.Camino (Fire) 18.4
4. J.O'Hea (Rngrs) 18.1
5. R.Cox (Fire) 18.0
1. H.Grima (Boom) 11.1
2. T.Gahan (Light) 8.9
3. C.Francis (AIS) 8.4
4. J.Crouse (Fire) 8.2
5. A.Bishop (Caps)
1. E.Phillips (Light) 4.9
2. D.Glaubitz (Boom) 4.6
3. S.Milner (Boom) 3.9
4. K.Veal (Flames) 3.6
5. S.Woosnam (Ligh) 3.6
1. T.Beatty (Rangers) 2.8
1. E.McInerny (Rngr) 2.6

Canberra celebrating WNBA title 2007

Canberra Capitals 2006-07







Kellie Abrams (175-G-88)
Tracey Beatty (202-C-79)
Tully Bevilaqua (164-G-72)
Jessica Bibby (169-G-79)
Abby Bishop (189-F/C-88)
Caitlin Cunningham (192-C-86)
Michaela Dalgleish (179-F-83)
Natalie Hurst (163-G-83)
Kylie Langi (178-G-80)
Donna Loffhagen (185-F-78) NZ
Kiera Shiels (190-C-88)
Peta Sinclair (187-F-83)
Jackie Stiles (175-G-78) (173-G-78) USA - left the team due to injury during the season

   WNBL Finals: Back-to-back for Canberra!
The Canberra Capitals have won their second consecutive WNBL title after a 73-59 victory over the favourite Sydney Flames in the 2006/07 WNBL Grand Final. This is a great achievement for the Capitals who won this trophy without Lauren Jackson. Canberra's Tracey Beatty (202-C-79)  has been voted the game's Most Valuable Player.
The game was very close during the first hald (39-39), Canberra took a five-point lead at the end of the third quarter (50-45) but a 15-0 run in the last period really sealed the win for the Caps. Natalie Hurst (163-G-83) was the game's leading scorer with 15pts but the MVP of the game was Tracey Beatty who recorded 12pts 6/11FG 12rbs and 3bs. Four other Canberra players scored in double-figures: Tully Bevilaqua (12pts 8rbs), Jessica Bibby(11pts), Donna Loffhagen (10pts) and Kellie Abrams (10pts). Natalie Porter (185-F-80) led the Flames with 15pts but like the entire squad she was glued in Canberra defense: 5/17FG. The entire Sydney team only shot for 30.0%FG in this game! Trisha Fallon (190-F-72) put an end to a brillant career with 13pts and Michelle Musselwhite (176-G/F-82) added 11pts
Canberra Coach Carrie Graf, who was also was named Coach of the Year, attributed the win to her teams dedication and hard work.
"This goes out not only to this team but every player I have ever coached," she said. "The players make me the coach I am."
While Sydney coach Karen Dalton put the loss down to a misfiring offence.
"I think the better team won on the day," she said. "They shot the ball better than us and that's what it comes down to in these games. I don't think we responded very well offensively. Our offensive execution in the second half wasn't fantastic. I think we gave up to many offensive rebounds, missed alot of foul shots and we just didn't execute offensively and get the ball into the right people's hands enough."
All the players will now enjoy a well-deserved break except Canberra's 18-year olds Abby Bishop (189-C-88) and Kiera Shiels (190-C-88) who will be back on the court as soon as tomorrow in the U20 Nationals tournament in Ballarat.
WNBL Grand Final:
Sydney Flames - Canberra Capitals: 59-73
Natalie Porter 15pts 5/17FG Trisha Fallon 13pts 4/10FG
Natalie Hurst 15pts 4/6FG Tracey Beatty 12pts 6/11FG 12rbs 3bs

   WNBL: Hollie Grima named MVP and All-Star Five Team
The WNBL is proud to announce Bulleen Melbourne Boomers centre Hollie Grima (190-C-83) as the 2006/07 WNBL Most Valuable Player. Simultaneously, Grima has also been selected to the WNBL All-Star Five for the first time along with Erin Phillips, Sharin Milner, Carly Wilson and Natalie Porter.
Hollie Grima finished the regular season as the League's leading points scorer and the League's leading rebounder.  She netted 403 points at 19.2 points per game and pulled in a season high 234 rebounds at 11.1 per game, including a League-leading 8.4 defensive rebounds per game. In addition to 37 assists, 22 blocked shots and 18 steals in an average 39.7 minutes (of a possible 40 minutes) per game on court, Grima was also the League's only player to average double figures in rebounding.

The All-Star Five:
Erin Phillips (173-G-85) - Adelaide Lightning
Sharin Milner (162-G-80, college: Troy) - Bulleen Melbourne Boomers
Carly Wilson (180-G-82) - Perth Lynx
Natalie Porter (185-F-80) - Sydney Uni Flames
Hollie Grima (190-C-83) - Bulleen Melbourne Boomers

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