MUVJBL Girls: Championship Division teams

THE final four teams have qualified for the Melbourne United Victorian Junior Basketball League (MUVJBL) championship division across both the Under 18s and Under 16s Girls.

In the Under 18 Girls, three of the higher ranked sides in their respective pools advanced, with Frankston, Melbourne and Warrandyte all moving through, while third placed in Pool A, McKinnon also advanced after a four-point win over Waverley.

Under 18 Girls Crossover Round Results:

Frankston (59) defeated Eltham (41)
Waverley (42) defeated by McKinnon (46)
Melbourne (58) defeated Werribee (40)
Warrandyte (43) defeated Ringwood (37)

Championship division:

1. Altona
2. Bendigo
3. Broadmeadows
4. Bulleen
5. Dandenong
6. Dandenong 2
7. Diamond Valley
8. Frankston
9. Geelong
10. Hawthorn
11. Keilor
12. Kilsyth
13. Knox
14. McKinnon
15. Melbourne
16. Nunawading
17. Nunawading 2
18. Pakenham
19. Southern Peninsula
20. Warrandyte

In the Under 16 Girls, the top two ranked sides in Pool A and B beat Melbourne and Dandenong’s second sides, with Bendigo and Ringwood advancing. In the later pools, both third placed sides got up in upsets, with Southern Peninsula and Sunbury both recording comprehensive wins over Wangaratta and Casey respectively to move through to the championship division.

Under 16 Girls Crossover Round Results:

Bendigo (52) defeated Melbourne 2 (41)
Ringwood (48) defeated Dandenong 2 (45)
Wangaratta (52) defeated by Southern Peninsula (62)
Casey (42) defeated by Sunbury (59)

1. Altona
2. Ballarat
3. Bellarine
4. Bendigo
5. Bulleen
6. Dandenong
7. Diamond Valley
8. Eltham
9. Frankston
10. Hawthorn
11. Keilor
12. Kilsyth
13. Knox
14. Melbourne
15. Nunawading
16. Ringwood
17. Sandringham
18. Southern Peninsula
19. Sunbury
20. Waverley

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