Adnam and Parsons headline in the third week of the competition.
ROUND 3 SEABL MEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Kyle Adnam – Kilsyth Cobras
A monster game from Kilsyth Cobras guard Kyle Adnam has seen him announced as the Round 3 SEABL Men’s Player of the Week.
Adnam averaged 24.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 5 assists over the weekend, but it was his efforts against the highly touted Ballarat Miners opposing Round 1 Player of the Week Roy Booker which stood out from the rest.
Adnam had 33 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in the Cobras 22-point win over the Miners, going 11 of 19 from the field and 10 of 11 from the charity stripe.
It has been a terrific start to the season for Adnam and the Cobras, leading the South Conference with a 4-1 record with Adnam top-five in the lead in scoring averaging 22.8 points per game at 53.4 per cent from the field.
2014 was Adnam’s first season in SEABL, stamping his authority immediately resulting in being named the Australian Youth Player of the Year at season’s end.
– Bendigo import Grant Johnson has the reputation of a big time scorer and it showed as he scored 29 points on 10-18 shooting in the Braves’ win over Nunawading.
– The Spartans remain undefeated, with guard Brendan Teys knocking down 25 points along with six rebounds and four assists in their win over Sandringham.
– BA Centre of Excellence forward Jack White was highly efficient against Canberra with 21 points on 9-13 shooting plus nine rebounds in 28 minutes.
ROUND 3 SEABL WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Sarah Parsons – Kilsyth Lady Cobras
Sarah Parsons was a key contributor in Kilsyth’s 2-0 weekend, with two big games earning her the Round 3 SEABL Women’s Player of the Week honours.
On Saturday night against Hobart, Parsons led the Lady Cobras in scoring with 23 points along with 10 rebounds and four assists in their 19-point win.
The following day against Ballarat, Parsons recorded a triple-double in their whitewash of Ballarat, finishing with 14 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.
Kilsyth move their record to 4-1 winning the last four games, with Parsons currently top five in the league in rebounds averaging 10.5 per game, and leading the league in assists averaging 6.5.
– Canberra Capitals Academy star Steph Talbot was on fire this round with 30 points and 14 rebounds in the Caps’ win over Launceston.
– Opals centre Elyse Penaluna scored 20 points in 21 minutes in BA Centre of Excellence’s win over Canberra Capitals Academy last week.
– Dandenong Rangers centre Jacinta Kennedy was a key contributor against Frankston with 22 points and 10 rebounds, mirroring her game the next day with 21 points and 11 rebounds against the Spectres.