SEABL Round 1: Road Teams Revel as the CoE P…

Photo Credit: SEABL SEABL MEN It was a weekend for the road teams to begin the season, with Geelong, North West Tasmania and Hobart all beginning their campaigns with back-to-back wins away from home. The Hobart Chargers were arguably the most impressive in Round 1, defeating the Frankston Blues and the reigning champions, the Dandenong Rangers. Facing his old side, Brandon Polk starred for the Blues with 20 points and 9 rebounds but with all five of their starters reaching double figures, the Chargers romped to an easy 72-63 victory. Deba George led Hobart with 20 points and backed it up with a sensational display against Dandenong, recording 35 points and 5 assists while hitting 8-15 from the three point line. Jerrah Young, Hobart’s latest import, also impressed with an average of 16.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists for the weekend. Dandenong played without their superstar, Daequon Montreal and although his import partner, Tony Lewis, racked up 29 points and 9 boards, there was a distinct lack of firepower as they lost 89-108.

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