South West Slammers import Brittany Hodges has been named in the WA South side for the Women’s State Basketball League all-star games for Lifeline WA.
The talented young player has scored 173 points and made 112 rebounds in her first eight games of the regular season.
She will be joined in the side by Nici Gilday and Carly Boag from the Mandurah Magic, Stacey Barr from the Willetton Tigers and Ali Schwagmeyer from Lakeside Lightning.
The side will be coached by Randy Miegel from the Mandurah Magic.
The north all-stars team will be coached by Deanna Smith from Perry Lakes with Hawks players Antonia Edmondson and Natalie Burton also named in the side.
The Perry Lakes pair will be joined by Stirling’s Kisha Lee, Joondalup’s Shani Amos and Perth Redback Emilee Harmon.
The Swish SBL all-star games for Lifeline WA will take place at the Bendat Basketball Centret on WA Day, June 5 as part of the festival of basketball.
Entry is a donation to Lifeline with heaps of activities, games and prizes on the day.
To donate for Team South to Lifeline WA click here.