With the Spinners Tournament having finished earlier today, Gold Coast Rollerblaze Wheelchair Basketball found themselves in fourth place in competition that featured eighty-nine teams.
The team opened against the Toowoomba Bushrangers, whom they beat in a close game by a score of 32 – 30. Their second game was against Rockhampton, which they lost 29 – 15. Going into the match for third place against Coffs Harbour, the team lost 22 – 15. Ben Noonan was named as a A Grade All Star Five as a result of his performance in the tournament.
Frenchville Rockwheelers Wheelchair Basketball also participated in the tournament, with teams competing in the premiere grade and the A grade. The premiere team finished with a pair of wins and a pair of losses. The wins were against Franchise by a score of 28 – 10, and ADC Green by a score of 34 – 22. The losses were both close ones, with the Rockwheelers always in the game. The first was to the Australian Gliders by score of 31 – 29. The second was to Feed the Heat by misleading scoreline of 36 – 25.
In the A Grade competition, the Rockwheelers did really well with three wins and one loss in a competition where their passing skills were critical in their ability to win. Their first game saw them beat Rolkerblaze 28 – 12. Their second game was against Coffs Harbour, which they drew 22 – 22. Their third game was against Thomoz Thomahawks, which they won 27 – 21. The Rockwheelers finished their tournament play with a 38 – 20 win against the Rollong Thunder.