Big V Round 19 Results

Champ Men defeated Wyndham



A huge win 41 point from the Champ Men over Wyndham on Saturday night will hopefully set the tone for the rest of the season. 


It was completed dominance from the first few minutes as the Broncos quickly got to a 13-3 point lead thanks to the intense defence of Dom Kumosz. On the offensive end, Jake Martin started the game hot with 13 points in this first quarter. 


The lead continued to grow in the second quarter as the result became without doubt in a 25 point lead at half time break. A few quick baskets in the third quarter ballooned the lead out to 32 points. However, Wyndham kept the score relatively low but the Broncos still winning the quarter 22-19.


Unfortunately for Wyndham, they became fatigued as the lead then went out to a massive 40+ points, with a 30-17 point quarter to end the game for the Broncos.


This big win could potentially become extremely important in head-to-head, with Wyndham and the Broncos (bef0re their game) were on the same win-loss.


Top Performers:

Pete Puondak: 22 points, 6 rebounds

Joel Rimes & Jake Martin: 21 points

Champ Women defeated by Wyndham



A tough loss for the depleted Champ Women Broncos against an evenly-matched side in Wyndham.


Poor shooting really hurt the Broncos in this match, below 30% from the field and missing 11 free throws. 


For the majority of the match, each team traded baskets and momentum, with the biggest lead for both teams being 7 points (Broncos) and 9 points (Wyndham). It was a 5 point lead to Wyndham with 1 minute to go as Charlotte Lord hit a big 3 to reduce the lead to 2 points. However, the Broncos were forced to foul to send Wyndham to the foul line, as they hit those crucial free throws taking the game.


Top Performers:

Hailey Wynd: 14 points, 15 rebounds

Charlotte Lord: 13 points, 8 rebounds

Youth Women defeated Diamond Valley



Another strong performance by the Youth Women away at Diamond Valley.


Both teams were quite evenly matched throughout the majority of the game. However, the game was won by the Broncos in the second quarter.


A massive 31-8 second quarter for the Broncos put them up to a 29 point lead at half-time, essentially ending the game. 


Diamond Valley rallied in the second half to keep the scoreline the same, with a 34-34 second half.


The Broncos now sit second on the ladder with a 16-4 win/loss.


Top Performers:

Eliza Ogilvie: 19 points, 7 rebounds

Tashia Overby: 13 points, 4 rebounds




Youth Men defeated Warrandyte



As the season comes to a close every game becomes extremely important. 


The Youth Men are just 2 weeks out of the new top 4 (finals were previously top 5) so this is an extremely important win.


It was an even start and the Broncos finally pulled away in the second quarter, with a 13 point lead at half time. Warrandyte held the deficit throughout the third term but it was still an 11 point Bronco lead.


The job was finished with a 29-20 point quarter with the Broncos winning by 20 points in a solid hit-out.


Top Performers:

Elijah Saifaleupolu: 33 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists

Anthony Dell’Orso: 19 points, 9 rebounds

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