In a high-scoring showdown, the Southside Rebels division one men's team toppled the ladder-leading City Rockets last week 90-81.
While it was a usually impressive evening for Rockets big names Sejr Deans and Lachie Brewer, who scored 27 and 24 points respectively, the Rebels shone as a unit.
Big Hugh King led the charge with 21 points, with Moses Van Den Berg (17 points), Thomas Foster (14pts), Raymond Young (14pts) and Ty Stewart (10pts) all following suit.
The South East Devils experienced a similarly high-octane evening, trouncing the Japara Renegades 120-71.
Jamie Mesman led the former with 25 points - he was joined in the scoring bonanza by Marshall Evans (23pts), Joshua Apete (21pts), Lachie Cocker (20pts), Jackson Lowe (16pts) and Sam Gibbons (10pts).
Jai Lette was the top-scorer for the Renegades with 19 points.
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The Japara women's team also had a less than ideal outing against the Westside Trojans, who rolled them 72-30.
Scoring 34 points for the Trojans, netballer-footballer-basketballer Ashlea Mawer continued to prove to be a jack of all trades, master of each.
Mawer wouldn't be the only baller to drop 34 on the night, with Devils Patterson's Lisa Patterson doing the same in a 53-43 win over Rebels Red.
This was in spite of a decent effort from Rebels' Alitta Abraham, Naomi Cartledge and Ava Drew, who scored more than 10 points apiece.
Kai Li Chong raked in 25 points for Devils Smith, but her team was ultimately felled by a comprehensive Rebels Blue side 59-32.
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