Red Dust Lady Heelers vs Queensland Comets – Friday July 19th 6pm

Perth Wheelcats vs Sydney Uni Flames – Friday July 19th 8pm

Kilsyth Cobras vs Sydney Uni Flames – Saturday July 20th 9am

Perth Wheelcats vs Queensland Comets – Saturday July 20th 11am

Queensland Comets vs Kilsyth Cobras – Saturday July 20th 1pm

Red Dust Lady Heelers vs Sydney Uni Flames – Saturday July 20th 3pm

Perth Wheelcats vs Kilsyth Cobras – Saturday July 20th 5pm

Sydney Uni Flames vs Queensland Comets – Sunday July 21st 9am

Red Dust Lady Heelers vs Perth Wheelcats – Sunday July 21st 11am


Undefeated through eleven games, the Perth Wheelcats will attempt to continue their unbeaten start to the 2019 WNWBL season in round four. Standing in their way will be the Sydney Uni Flames, Queensland Comets and Kilsyth Cobras who will all attempt to their put an end to their unbeaten run.

Currently sitting in third position, the Sydney Uni Flames sit equal on wins with the second placed Sydney Metro Blue Hornets and can jump into second position with a win against any of the Wheelcats, Cobras or Lady Heelers.

Meanwhile, the Queensland Comets and the Kilsyth Cobras will face off in round four with both teams searching for their third win of the WNWBL season. Keep an eye on Leanne Del Toso and Alison Herring to feature heavily for both teams in this contest.

As the Comets and Cobras search for their third wins of the season, the Red Dust Lady Heelers will open round four against the Comets in search of their first. The Comets defeated the Lady Heelers by 26 points in round one, and the Lady Heelers will be hoping that the home-court advantage will give the Western Australian based Lady Heelers the boost that they need.

In all, nine games will take place during round four, and as the season progresses the weekends results will begin to have serious finals ramifications across the league.