'It hits home': Why the JackJumpers' win meant so much

Ben Hann
Updated February 18 2024 - 1:00pm, first published 12:54pm
JackJumpers coach Scott Roth embraces Scott Harris, from SHE foundation, after their win against Perth Wildcats. Picture by Simon Sturzaker/Getty Images
JackJumpers coach Scott Roth embraces Scott Harris, from SHE foundation, after their win against Perth Wildcats. Picture by Simon Sturzaker/Getty Images

Having locked in third spot on the NBL ladder and playing a Perth Wildcats side missing Bryce Cotton, there wasn't much on the line for the Tasmania JackJumpers at face value.

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Ben Hann

Ben Hann

Digital Sport Journalist

A passionate sports lover, devoted to writing detailed stories about the best people and sporting events that Launceston has to offer. Follow me on Twitter at @BenHann6 or email me at ben.hann@austcommunitymedia.com.au for any stories.

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