BBA, Men - Round 12: Tornadoes Black claims 40-point win over Bulls

On the court: Tornadoes Black notched up a commanding 40-point win over Bulls in Round 12. Photo: Thomas Munday.
On the court: Tornadoes Black notched up a commanding 40-point win over Bulls in Round 12. Photo: Thomas Munday.

Tornadoes Black demolished reigning premiers Bulls in Round 12 of the Bunbury Basketball Association's 2019/2020 Men's competition, earlier this month.

In front by a whopping 25 points at half time, the league leaders stormed home to claim a 90 to 50 win.

Aces White retained second spot on the ladder with a commanding 100 to 59 victory over Eaton.

Devan Craig shot 35 for Aces White, while Eaton's Cody Garett made 19 (including four free-throws).

Alastair Ishigami-Sims (19) and Jaydon Wilson (15) were instrumental in Tornadoes Red's 72 to 54 win over Dunsborough.

In Round 13, Dunsborough faced off against Tornadoes Black at the Geographe Leisure Centre.

After four nail-biting quarters, Tornadoes Black celebrated a well-deserved 54 to 42 result.

Led by Mitchell Keller (20) and Luke Deighton (13), third-placed Aces Sky secured a 67 to 56 victory against Tornadoes Red.

Following a stellar fourth-quarter effort, Aces White claimed a resounding 82 to 66 win over Bulls.

Brody England top-scored for the victors with 28, ahead of Bulls' star Paddy Phillips (26) and former NBL powerhouse Mark Worthington (24).

In Round 11 of the Women's competition, league leaders Dunsborough picked up an 80 to 58 win over third-placed Bulls.

Oilers Adele and Dana East landed 24 and 21 respectively, while Brittany Gliddon top-scored for Bulls with 16.

Second-placed Tornadoes Black recovered to claim a 64 to 63 win over third-placed Aces Sky.

Tornadoes Black's Ebony Bilcich and Aces Sky's Anita Reca both impressed with 18 each.

Dunsborough and Tornadoes Black played out a blockbuster showdown in Geographe, in Round 12.

After a late two-pointer from Javene Fitch (21), Tornadoes Black celebrated a gutsy 61 to 60 win.

Teammate Zaya Black landed 20, while Adele and Dana East (18 and 15 respectively) worked wonders around the court.

Gliddon (27) and Mckayhla Pomare (also 27) guided Bulls to a devastating 97 to 38 victory over bottom-placed Eaton.

Teams will return to the South West Sports Centre on January 14 and 17.