Close games in Junior Classic finals

IN CONTROL: Deloraine’s Jaylen Chilcott directs play in the Launceston Junior Classic tournament in his game against Penguin. Pictures: Phil Biggs ATTACKING: Southern Wolves’ Mya Armstrong looks to go around her Trojans opponent in their game.
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The Launceston Junior Classic basketball tournament wrapped up with finals and play-off games at Elphin Stadium and Newstead College on Sunday.

“It was a big day and we had lots of close games and a few overtime games and good crowds through which was great,” Basketball Tasmana chief executive Chris McCoy said.

EYES FORWARD: Deloraine’s Oliver Burbury looks to pass the ball down court in the game against Penguin.

“There was a double overtime game in the under-10 girls semi-final and an overtime grand finalin the under-16 boys.”

In the combined under16-18 girls’ division 1, Trojans won the tournament with Deloraine runner-up.

Devonport won the under-14 girls division 1 from Dominoes Hobart, theunder-12 girls from Saints Launceston and under-10 girls from Ulverstone.

City of Launceston took out the under-14 division 2 girls from Southern Wolves.

In under-10 girls’ division 2, Ulverstone triumphed with Saints Launceston runner-up.

Under-16 boys went to Southern Wolves with Smithton Saints runner-up whileLatrobe won div 2 from Japara under-14 boys who played up an age group.

City of Launceston triumphed in the under-14 boys from Saints Launceston while the under-12 boys’ division 1 also went to City of Launceston from Penguin Blues.

Division 2 saw City of Launceston share the winnersand runner-up positions.

City of Launceston rounded out a successful tournament by winning the under-10 boys and filled the runner-up position as well.

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