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It will hardly go down as one of their most convincing results, but for North-West Thunder coach Phil Thomas, a win is a win.
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The Thunder stayed in the SEABL South conference top four with a 85-78 win over Kilsyth at Ulverstone, but the margin belied the fight the home team had to show to stop itself from giving the game away.

Thanks to a 14-6 run to end the third quarter and a strong start to the final term, the Thunder appeared to be sitting pretty with a 15-point lead and seven minutes remaining in the contest.

But from nowhere the Cobras, who were embarrassed by 40 points in Hobart the night before, suddenly burst into life with a barrage of three pointers.

Led by Joel Naburgs, the visitors reduced the margin toone point with just under two minutes leftto leave the crowd stunned.

Fortunately for the Thunder, the long-range bombing ceased long enough for them to regain their composure and ice the game from the free-throw line.

It’s not the first time that Thomas has watched his team almost snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, and he was at a loss to explain why it keeps happening.

“We are serial offenders and I don’t know what it is,” he said.

“Teams just make the big shots against us –last week it was Hobart, this week it was Kilsyth.

“They’re making shots that statistically they don’t make during the game then all of a sudden in the last quarter they are going down.

“But it was a strong win in the end and quite frankly as I said to the boys, I’m not too concerned about how it looks or how we have to get the job done, the fact we won the game and got the points gives us a real buffer on Kilsyth.”

Gary Johnson staged a physical battle with Cobras centre Tim Lang to end the game 22 points, with Garrett Jackson adding 19 points on just 11 shots.

However it was the performance of Mason Bragg that drew the most praise from Thomas, with the point guardduelling with NBL-listed player Kyle Adnam to finish with 18 points and eight assists.

Court leader: Point guard Mason Bragg advances down the court with Kilsyth’s Avery Johnson by his side. Picture: Cordell Richardson.

“Mason’s been really good for about two months now, and one of our best players in the team,” Thomas said.

“He and Adnam had a good battle all night and they have probably broken even over their two encounters this season.”

Naburgs finished with a game-high 23 points for Kilsyth, with Adnam adding 21 and Lang 18.

The Thunder will get another thorough examination of their credentials this Saturday night when they host East conference leaders Bendigo.

Garrett Jackson finished with 19 points and 14 rebounds.

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