Two Panthers in SEABL

It was great to see two of our Panthers on the court against each other in the SEABL clash on Saturday in Albury between the Albury Bandits and the BA Centre of Excellence.

Ben Kearins has moved up into the SEABL for the first time this year and has been a valuable recruit for the Bandits. On Saturday Ben played 28 minutes and notched up 10 points

Playing in the opposition onĀ invitation for the weekend fromĀ Australian U19 coach was Penrith youth league men star Adam Lulka. Adam had great stats for his first match at this level also playing 28 minutes and scoring 21 points.

We wish Ben the best of luck for the remainder of the season in Albury and welcome Adam back home to the Panthers youth league for next weekend.

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