Senior Broncos Results - Round 15

Senior Women def by Keilor

Hume City – 75

Keilor – 82

BreAnna Brock – 27 points, 15 rebounds

Azia Bishop – 19 points, 6 rebounds


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An unfortunate loss for the Senior Women against Keilor. It was the Thunder who got the jump early on with their full court pressure going up by 10 points in the first before a time-out settled the Broncos down to stop the flow and eventually cut the lead down to 3 points at half time.


Both teams traded goal-for goal in the first part of the third quarter before Azia Bishop went down with an injury. Keilor then pounced getting the lead back up to 10 points but BreAnna Brock stepped up on both ends of the floor. 


Undermanned and fatigued, the Broncos continued to push and won the last quarter but unfortunately not the game.  



Next Home Game:

Saturday 13thJuly

Vs Werribee 6pm. 

Senior Men def Keilor 


Hume City – 90

Keilor – 85

Jordan Coleman – 28 points, 8 rebounds

Lee Jeka – 18 points, 13 rebounds


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A big rivalry game was on the cards, with Keilor trying to win their way into the top 4 for finals. 


The first quarter was a high scoring contest as both teams tried to apply early pressure to gain momentum, which Keilor got with a late 3 pointer.


That momentum continued for Keilor in the second quarter as they upped the lead to before the Broncos kicked it up and went on an 18-4 run to ending up leading at half time. 


It was a see-sawing affair in the third quarter, with the Broncos taking a 1 point lead into the final break.

Both teams locked down defensively, with baskets becoming hard to come by as the clock went down. Jordan Coleman all but sealed the game, making 3 free throws off a 3 point attempt foul, giving the Broncos an 8 point lead with 90 seconds to go.

This win made in 9 on the trot.



Next Home Game:

Saturday 13th July

v Werribee, 8pm

Senior Men def by Chelsea

Hume City – 95

Chelsea – 96


Jamal Shabazz – 24 points, 5 rebounds

Jordan Coleman – 18 points, 10 rebounds


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The Senior Men could not get their 10th win in a row against the Gulls at Chelsea. 

A 27-18 first quarter looked as if the Broncos would run away with it but Casey quickly made up the margin and trailed by 2 at the final break.

A buzzer beater from Chelsea unfortunately have the Broncos their first lost in quite a few weeks. This could end up being a good thing, giving the Men more motivation to back up the next few rounds heading into the business end of the season.

Youth Men def Sunbury


Hume City – 127

Casey – 106


Nick Korakas – 28 points, 8 rebounds

Spencer Taylor-Jones – 27 points, 12 rebounds


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A quick-paced game at Sunbury ended up being in the Broncos favour as they continued their good form into the pointy end of the season.

The Broncos were looking for revenge as last time Sunbury got the win on our home court and the Youth Men put together a great team effort to gain their seventh win of the season.

This game had an interesting state line, with the Broncos only scoring 5 points off turnovers, and their biggest scoring run was 6 points; but the Broncos had 80 points in the paint and 38 points from the bench.


Next Home Game:

Last Game away Saturday 5pm @ Altona

Youth Men def Corio Bay 

Hume City – 68

Sandringham – 63


Marshall Kearing – 24 points, 21 rebounds

Ben Phelps – 12 points, 11 rebounds


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This game was a complete contrast to Saturday’s; low scoring and defensive. 


Having to play a different game (then against Sunbury) the Broncos made sure to grab the lead early and held onto it throughout the entire match.


Corio Bay ended up winning the last quarter and almost looked to steal the game before a Nick Korakas 3 pointer helped the Broncos to a 5 point lead with 11 seconds to go.


The Youth Men are finishing off the season nicely, winning 4 of the past 5 games and playing their last match away at Altona Saturday 5pm. 


Youth Women def by Waverley & Ringwood


Hume City – 58; Waverley 72

Tash Overby – 22 points, Tegan Hindle – 10 points


Hume City – 54; Ringwood 57

Jess Azzopardi – 20 points, Georgia Keighran – 8 points


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A disappointing week win-loss wise for the Youth Women, going 0-2 for the weekend.


There were some sparks of great play and shooting from Jess and Tash as the Youth Women go close to beating one of the best teams in the division in Ringwood.


With only 1 game to go for the season, hopefully it will end on a high with a home game on Sunday against Bendigo.



Next Home Game:

Sunday 14th July

v Bendigo, 12pm.

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