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Tropics to take on Pool Sharks

HEADED FOR THE SEMIS: The second last round of the Kingaroy Basketball season tips off tonight.
HEADED FOR THE SEMIS: The second last round of the Kingaroy Basketball season tips off tonight. Aiden Burgess

THE second last round of the Kingaroy Basketball season tips off tonight as teams prepare for their semi final showdowns in two weeks time.

Tonight's A-grade action gets underway from 6pm when the Tropics and Pool Sharks play off.

Tropics will endeavour to bounce back from a last round loss to Kings while the Pool Sharks will look to keep their winning momentum going after an impressive last round victory against CTC.

Kings take on the Thunder in the second A-grade fixture of the night.

The Kings earnt a vital win against Tropics last weekend while the Thunder will look to return to their winning ways after consecutive losses.

The third and final A-grade match up pits Cougars against CTC.

The Cougars were impressive in their victory against the Thunder last week while CTC will aim for an improved performance after their last start loss to Pool Sharks.

A-grade ladder: 1.Thunder - 32 2.Cougars - 27 3.Pool Sharks - 26 4.Tropics - 21 5.Kings - 20 6.CTC - 17. B-grade ladder: 1.Purple People - 25 2.Black Panthers - 23 3.Maroon Maulers - 20 4.Red Rockets - 15 5.Yellow Suns - 15.

Tonight's draw. Court 1. A-grade. 6pm: Tropics vs. Pool Sharks. Duty - Kings. 7pm: Kings vs. Thunder. Duty - Pool Sharks. 8pm: Cougars vs. CTC. Duty - Thunder. Court 2. B-grade. 6pm: Black Panthers vs. Red Rockets. Duty - Maroon Maulers. 7pm: Maroon Maulers vs. Yellow Suns. Duty - Red Rockets. Bye - Purple People.

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