Loyal captain believes team is fit for state league glory

Queensland Times 4th May 2015 DEDICATED Ipswich Force captain Zarryon “Zee” Fereti could have headed to Wellington to pursue a possible career in the New Zealand National Basketball League. He was planning to go. However, after some intensive Crossfit training and with his partner from Ipswich, Fereti decided to stay for another Queensland Basketball League…

Ipswich teams display early strike Force

David Lems | Queensland Times 3rd May 2015 IPSWICH Force teams made impressive starts in this year’s Queensland Basketball League, overpowering Gold Coast opponents. The Force men won 121-98 with American import James Legan nailing six three-pointers in his 46 point haul. Captain Zarryon Fereti (29) and vice-captain Jason Ralph (19) also made valuable contributions…

Giles honoured at the start of her 20th season

Bundaberg News-Mail 4th May 2015 IN KYLIE Giles’s 20-year playing career in the Queensland Basketball League she has played in front of packed stands with noise thundering through the rafters and in empty stadiums where the echo of the ball being bounced is clearly heard.   And on Friday night at WIN Stadium the Bundaberg…

Bree nose best joining Force

David Lems | Queensland Times 4th May 2015 THE first thing you notice about Ipswich Force newcomer Bree Farley is the distinctive face mask she wears on court. Having broken her nose four times since 2010, the South Australian basketballer had it specially moulded. “I don’t love it because it gets a bit hot,” she…