Kendle narrows in on Booker as SEABL's best shooter

Brendan Wrigley
Updated July 1 2016 - 10:05pm, first published 8:24pm

A HUGE 34 points from BENDIGO’s Jeremy Kendle has allowed the Braves spearhead to close the gap on Ballarat’s Roy Booker as the pair compete for the title of the SEABL’s best shooter.  Heading into the two side’s fixtures on Friday night, Roy Booker sat atop of the table, scoring an average of 26.1 points a match.  While Booker managed 20 points against Sandringham, Kendle’s performance against Geelong has bought him to within half-a-point of the Ballarat point guard’s average.

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Brendan Wrigley

Brendan Wrigley

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