POWER PLAY: Wagga Heat star Scott Hare goes on the attack against Bankstown rival Steven Batey at Bolton Park Stadium. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
WAGGA Heat are riding a wave of confidence after demolishingmetropolitanforce Bankstown at Bolton Park on Saturday.
Heat coach Allan Mullins said the star-studded Wagga outfit had entered the game respectfully wary of their powerhouse rival’s potential.
“Heading intothe game we were a bit concerned becausethey had been semi-finalists the last few years,” he said.“We thought they would be strong, so we prepared very well during preseason and heading into the game.”
Mullins pointed to the squad’s “massivedefensive” effort as playing a crucial part in paving the way for the Heat to record a 76-51 win.“Our confidence is definitely up now,” Mullins said.
Among the Heat’s standout performers were American import Gage Daye, who added 28 points to thetotal.
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