Miners break down top teams in impressive home wins

Greg Gliddon
Updated April 21 2024 - 4:48pm, first published 2:44pm
Abbey Wehrung returned to her best form with 24 points, including six from seven from three-point range. Picture by Adam Trafford
Abbey Wehrung returned to her best form with 24 points, including six from seven from three-point range. Picture by Adam Trafford

THE Ballarat Miners have sounded a warning to the rest of the NBL1 South competition, with both the men and women's teams taking down top side's Ringwood Hawks in Saturday night's matches at Selkirk Stadium.

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Greg Gliddon

Greg Gliddon

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