SEABL Women: Rangers bite Kilsyth
The Dandenong Schweppes Rangers have extended their win streak to 3, defeating a surging Kilsyth Cobras outfit at Dandenong Stadium Saturday night.
The two teams had met previously in Round 11, with the Cobras inflicting a painful loss on the Rangers - Head Coach Larissa Anderson making sure her team didn’t fall the same way again.
Dandenong started the game in scintillating form, piling in 28 first quarter points to the Cobras 23, Clare Papavs (13 points) again the catalyst for Dandenong’s offensive attack. Kilsyth, displaying the class that see’s them sit second in the South Conference, slowed the Rangers down in the second period, reducing the margin to 2 points at the half.
Steph Cumming (18 points) combined with Aimie Clydesdale (13 points) in the third period to lift the Rangers on offense. Faith Probst causing havoc at the defensive end, frustrating the Cobras up the floor. Dandenong holding a 7 point advantage heading into the final period.
Dandenong continued to apply the pressure in the fourth quarter, dominating the glass and filling the lanes in transition. The Rangers comfortable winners 78-63, holding onto first place in the East Conference.