Review

Miners women continue to build, men lose third heartbreaker

Greg Gliddon
Updated May 19 2024 - 7:30pm, first published 11:14am
Chloe Bibby has continued her brilliant run of form with 37 points against the Melbourne Tigers. Picture by Adam Trafford
Chloe Bibby has continued her brilliant run of form with 37 points against the Melbourne Tigers. Picture by Adam Trafford

THE Ballarat Miners women are well-and-truly back in the hunt in the NBL1 South season after a third successive win, this time holding off the Melbourne Tigers to win by nine points.

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Greg Gliddon

Greg Gliddon

General news and sports journalist

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