The Jayco Australian Opals produced the perfect send off for retiring legend Jenni Screen, thrashing Mozambique 88-36 to complete and clean sweep of their tour of Japan tonight.
The curtain has fallen on the career of one of the Jayco Australian Opals most unheralded heroes, with Jenni Screen announcing her retirement from women’s national team program following the final game of the team’s tour of Japan against Mozambique tonight.
The Jayco Australian Opals have made it two wins from two games on their tour of Japan, posting a comprehensive 91-52 win over Japan B in Akita today, highlighted by a brilliant first-half shooting performance from veteran Belinda Snell.
Two clutch free throws from Leilani Mitchell have secured the Jayco Australian Opals a thrilling 80-79 win over Japan in the opening fixture of their four-game tour in Akita tonight.
The Jayco Australian Opals took time from their busy on court schedule to get out and about in the Central Coast community today, getting themselves acquainted with the basketball-mad region.
The injury woes of the past two years appear to be behind Jayco Australian Opals star Penny Taylor if her recent performances in the WNBA for the Phoenix Mercury are anything to go by.
The Jayco Australian Opals have named a 15-player squad for their final domestic camp of the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women preparation to be held in Terrigal on the New South Wales Central Coast.
The 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women has come into sharp focus for the Jayco Australian Opals as they enter into the busiest phase of their preparation for the tournament in Turkey, tipping off in late September.
Australian Boomers duo Patty Mills and Aron Baynes have moved a step closer to their first NBA Championship after the San Antonio Spurs recorded a convincing 112-92 win over the Miami Heat in NBA Finals Game 3.
Australian Boomers duo Patty Mills and Aron Baynes are heading to the NBA Finals and a match-up with the Miami Heat after sealing the Western Conference crown on Sunday, defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Australian sports fans rejoice – ABC2 has today announced that the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup and FIBA World Championship for Women will screen on free-to-air television for the first time, as we follow the fortunes of the Australian Boomers and Jayco Australian Opals.