Teams aim to prove points

THE Grafton Basketball Vikings will be looking to bounce back when they take on Armidale in the Waratah State League this weekend.

The juniors registered some mixed results at the weekend but get a shot at redemption on Sunday.

Grafton’s under-16 side claimed three out of four games at Coffs Harbour but the news wasn’t as good for the under-14s who notched just one win from four against Tamworth.

The under-12s produced a good effort but dropped two of their three matches.

The highlight was the 73-19 thumping handed out to Bellingen.

“As the results show the boys have points in them and more wins are just around the corner,” Pat Hagan said.



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