Mildura Heat happy to be back home

Mildura Heat’s Nick Kandris drives to the basket in Country Basketball League action against the Kyneton Tigers on Saturday at the Hothouse.Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Heat’s Nick Kandris drives to the basket in Country Basketball League action against the Kyneton Tigers on Saturday at the Hothouse.Picture: Louise Donges

MILDURA Heat celebrated their first home match of the Country Basketball League season with a runaway victory against Kyneton Tigers.

Heat moved to a 4-2 record and retained third place on the North West men’s conference ladder with their second win over the Tigers this season at the Hothouse on Saturday night.

“It was definitely good to be back in front of our home crowd and to see the support for the young fellas,” Heat coach Calvin Henry said.

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