POSSESSION: Warwick Wildcats player Dominic Cremasco (left) in a game against the Harristown Running Rebels.
POSSESSION: Warwick Wildcats player Dominic Cremasco (left) in a game against the Harristown Running Rebels. Nev Madsen

Warwick at home in top of the table Big Q basketball

BASKETBALL: Warwick basketballers will be putting their skills to the test with games on Saturday and Sunday at WIRAC in the Heathley Big Q basketball competition.

Warwick Wildcats assistant coach Jeff Clark said the fortnight between games had enabled A-grade player Josh Cremasco to recover from a hamstring injury.

"In recent weeks, Josh has had limited minutes due to the injury but will be in the starting five this weekend,” Clark said.

"His older brother DJ has a foot injury and his time on the court will be restricted so as not to inflame the injury.

"One of our locals from the reserve-grade competition will get extra minutes due to DJ's injury.”

Clark said the Harristown Runnin' Rebels had only had one loss, which was against the unbeaten Warwick in the first clash between the teams this season.

"We have a team good enough to win. Three points decided the last game,” he said.

Wildcats official Jay Clark is organising a plane throwing competition for children at half-time in A-grade on Saturday.

There will be cardboard available for the children to build planes and the winner will pocket $20.

The Wildcats play the Toowoomba Mountaineers development team tomorrow at 3pm.

The development team will be keen to record its first victory of the season.

Admission to the games at WIRAC is by gold coin donation.

Seats in the stands are available.

Program

Saturday: 5pm Warwick White v Runnin Rebels in reserve grade

6pm Warwick Green v Runnin Rebels

7pm A grade Warwick v Runnin Rebels

Halftime entertainment: Paper plane throwing competition for the children.

Sunday: 3pm Warwick v Mountaineers development team

A-GRADE TEAM: Josh Cremasco, DJ Cremasco, James Legan, James Kuon, Kobe Robinson, James Constanoble, Joshua Clark, one or two to be added from reserve grade.



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