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Tonight's recap is brought to you by JNT Photography! Always there to capture your greatest moments. An acknowledgement of country, an anthem for a team, three great games—this was, indeed, the grand finals of Fredcom Basketball. A-League The first-seeded Mongolians took on the second seed, Googong Hogs Blue. Both teams debuted this season and did incredibly well to get to the finals. It was a back-and-forth affair between both teams, with Googong Hogs Blue capitalising on the Mongolians' defensive lapse and getting ahead as much as 15 points. However, the Mongolians (backed by an excellent crowd) would fight back to eventually even out the score to 51-51. Googong Hogs Blue would make the play that counted, with Richard Allan getting the go-ahead basket. Mongolians only had a few seconds left for a desperation shot but fell short. Googong Hogs Blue won the A-League championship, with MVP honours going out to Morgan Bell, who contributed 13 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 steal. Googong Hogs Blue vs. Mongolians 53 - 51B-League It was a nerve-racking start for both teams as the finals wouldn't allow all players to get the hot hands. The lead switched several times, and no one could consistently get anything going. Lobsters eventually would get the crucial baskets to push the lead by 2, then eventually by four. FC Mules would do all they could, with John Ruman doing his best to carry the team with 13 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. However, it was not enough as Lobsters secured the win with a 5-point lead. MVP honours were given to Jason Turner, who led with 7 points, 4 rebounds and 2 steals.Lobsters vs. FC Mules 33 - 28C-League Ring Stingers versus Bricklayers was a familiar match-up throughout the season, with both teams even in the win and loss records. Ring Stingers started slowly, and this did not help with David Pradela and Raymond Wang feeling hot from the outside. Ring Stingers never lost their composure and would do their best to chip away the Bricklayer's lead over the next three quarters. Significant contributions were made by James McLauchlan, a threat under the basket with 12 points and 3 rebounds, and an assist with the outside shooting from Brett Hanlon, who helped out with 10 points, 1 rebound and 2 assists. In the end, Bricklayers would win with a 15-point margin. MVP was given out to Raymond Wang, who had 14 points, 5 rebounds, an assist and 4 steals. Bricklayers vs Ring Stingers 51 - 36.This concludes the evening. Thank you for participating in this season. We look forward to the upcoming season and hope to improve the Fredcom Basketball experience further. ... See MoreSee Less
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