REPLAY: Day 3 of Basketball Qld CBSQ Junior tournament

Championship aspirations could be made or ruined today as teams compete for a spot in tomorrow's final on day three of the Basketball Queensland CBSQ Junior tournament.

With the pool stages over, we are now at the business end of the competition with some epic match-ups headlining the quarters and semi-finals at Logan Metro Indoor Sports Centre today.

There have been some impressive performances from some of the state's best young basketball talent over the first two days of competition but now is where legends are made as teams try and earn a place in tomorrow afternoon's championship game.

REPLAYS HERE

Capalaba State College v Marsden

 

Dakabin SHS v Southport SHS

 

Villanova College v Hillcrest Christian College

 

Brisbane SHS v Chisholm Catholic College

 

Moreton Bay College v St James College

 

Ignatius Park College v Hillcrest Christian College

 

Brisbane SHS v Palm Beach Currumbin SHS

 

Southport SHS v St Edmunds (Boys)

 

DAY 3 SCHEDULE

8am: Girls Div 1 - Capalaba State College v Marsden SHS

9.20am: Boys Div 1 Quarterfinal - Dakabin SHS v Southport SHS

10.40am: Boys Div 1 Quarterfinal - Villanova College v Hillcrest Christian College

12pm: Boys Div 1 Quarterfinal - Brisbane SHS v Chisholm Catholic College

1.20pm: Girls Div 1 Semi-Final - Moreton Bay College v St James College

2pm: Girls Div 1 Semi-Final - Kings Christian College v Southport SHS

4pm: Ignatius Park College v Hillcrest Christian College

5.20pm: Brisbane SHS v Palm Beach Currumbin SHS

6.40pm: Southport SHS v St Edmunds 

Originally published as LIVE: Day 3 of Basketball Qld CBSQ Junior tournament



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