Two Warwick reserve-grade teams battle each other for victory.
Two Warwick reserve-grade teams battle each other for victory. Emma Channon

Showdown looms for Warwick teams

TWO Warwick reserve-grade teams are unbeaten in the Ag Requirements Regional Basketball League and face each other at WIRAC on Saturday night.

As reported yesterday, Warwick won A grade 112-88.

In the reserve-grade competition this year the women’s league has combined with the men. Lack of numbers meant there would be no women’s competition and the girls from Dalby and Highfields were all fired up to play. The combined games are unique to the regional league and are great for the crowd.

The Dalby women came to Warwick on the weekend after a win against Highfields Women last week.

They opened the first half firing and Warwick White faced a real challenge to beat these ladies on the court, eventually running away in the second half to win 89-58.

Warwick Green faced Dalby Men in the second reserve-grade game.

Sixteen-year-old Josh Cremasco ran away with 25 points to high score in the 70-42 win. He was backed up by Nick Quinn, Andrew Stubbings and Duncan McKenzie, who all scored double figures for Warwick.

The game on Saturday between the two Warwick reserve-grade teams should be fantastic.

As an incentive, a prize is being offered for the best supporter’s outfit.

The prize will not go to a fence sitter, it’s got to be green or white to win.



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