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Rockingham Flames women celebrate victory against Mandurah Magic

Tyra PetersSound Telegraph
Mandurah Magic women have recorded their second loss of the season.
Camera IconMandurah Magic women have recorded their second loss of the season. Credit: Facebook

The Rockingham Flames women’s team are a force to be reckoned with this season after their latest win against the Mandurah Magic on Friday night at Mike Barnett Sports Complex.

Rockingham Flames had won against rivals Goldfield Giants and Lakeside Lightning, while the Mandurah Magic lost to the Perth Redbacks in last weekend’s games.

Rockingham led 23-18 in the opening quarter before extending the gap by a further 13 points by half-time and going on to defeat the Magic 87-65.

The Flames are now at 4-3 wins for the season, while the Magic slip to 3-2.

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Rockingham Flames secure their fourth consecutive win in the round six clash.
Camera IconRockingham Flames secure their fourth consecutive win in the round six clash. Credit: Facebook

Rockingham Flames import Mehryn Kraker marked her return with 21 points, seven assists and three rebounds in her first appearance of 2023. Casey Samuels added 18 points, five boards and four assists and Marissa Pangalos 12 points and three rebounds.

Kat Tudor top-scored for Mandurah in her best performance of the season with 23 points, six rebounds and four steals. Casey Mihovilovich put up another 21 points, six boards and five assists in her 536th appearance.

Rockingham Flames will take on the Perth Redbacks at Mike Barnett Sports Complex on May 13.

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