The Rockingham Flames men have delivered impressive results over the weekend securing double weekend wins against the Slammers and Magic. Mandurah Magic have struggled to gain momentum with consecutive losses this NBL1 season. Rockingham Flames were also on the hunt to snap their three-game losing streak at the Friday night game. The Flames led by only a point at quarter-time but by the second quarter, they put up 31 points to 14 before going on to lead 54-36 by half-time. Despite the Magic putting up a fight the Flames continued to outscore Mandurah eventually increasing their lead by 49 points to 39 in the second half, before winning 103-75. The Slammers did all they could at the Saturday night game against the Rockingham Flames, but it wasn’t enough to secure the eventual 117-62 win against the Flames. Unfortunately for the Slammers, these Flames inside the Mike Barnett Sports Complex, known as the “Hot House”, were wearing black-and-red singlets and unable to be doused by a firefighter. There were moments during this game where Shane Goff’s side displayed tremendous heart — from Manyiel Wugol’s composure beyond the arc, to Pharell Keats’ hustle mid-court. Most of this work was unfortunately undone during a lamentable final quarter, when the Slammers scored a paltry four points and conceded 30 to the hungry reigning national NBL1 men’s champs. Rockingham Flames Travis Durnin 11 points, 11 rebounds, Rivar Evans 10 points, one rebound, one steal and Cody Hill six points, one rebound, two steals all coming off the bench to play some of their best basketball of the season to date. Buay Tuach top-scored for the Slammers with 18 points and six rebounds while hitting 4/7 from downtown. Ben Stevens added 15 points, 15 rebounds and three steals, and Manyiel Wugol nine points, three boards and three steals. The Rockingham Flames will take on the Eastern Suns at Ray Owen Sports Centre on Saturday, June 10 at 8.30pm.