Basketball Australia – rewiew

Basketball in Australia keeps us interested during the summer. The SEABL Women championship is underway and we are following what’s happening. Here’s what to expect this week.But first – a few words about the standings and where the different teams are positioned in it.Dandenong is leading the Southern Conference with 14 wins and 7 losses. They are followed in the playoff zone by Bendigo (14 wins, 7 losses), Launceston (12 wins, 9 losses) and Hobart (11 wins, 9 losses). Out of the playoff zone, there are Ballarat, Frankston and Melbourne Tigers.In the Eastern Conference Geelong are leading the table with 17 wins and just 4 losses. They are the team with the best stats in the SEABL at the moment. They are followed in the playoff zone by Kilsyth (17 wins, 4 losses), BA CoE (8 wins, 4 losses) and Sydney (12 wins, 9 losses). Out of the playoff zone currently are Nunawading, Canberra, Sandringham, and Albury.On Friday we will witness the game between BA CoE and Hobart. On the next day, we will witness a lot more games in the SEABL. Geelong faces Albury, while Dandenong will test themselves against Launceston. Melbourne Tigers will have to deal with Bendigo, while Nunawading will face Canberra.In other games from the SEABL for the day, Ballarat is facing BA CoE, while Frankston will meet Hobart. In the last game of the day, Kilsyth will face Sydney.These are the games we will see in the SEABL Women in Australia this week. Dandenong, Bendigo, Geelong and Kilsyth are looking certain for a participation in the playoffs. They are almost unstoppable in the league at the moment and we don’t see how they would not qualify for the most decisive part of the season. Everyone else will fight for the other places which guarantee a playoff participation.