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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for dandenong_rangers

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Dandenong Rangers Historically one of the better teams in the league, the Rangers have appeared in the Grand Final five times: winning in 2003/04 against the Sydney Uni Flames 65-53, 2004/05 also against the Flames 52-47 and 2011/12 against the Bulleen Boomers 94-70. They lost the 1992 Grand Final against the Perth Breakers 58-54 and in 2005/06 against the Canberra Capitals 68-55.
Dandenong Rangers The Dandenong Rangers are an Australian professional women's basketball team competing in the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL). The club is based in Dandenong, Melbourne, Victoria. Historically, they have been one of the more successful franchises in league history, regularly making the playoffs, but have struggled over the past 2 years to make the grand final, falling short in the preliminary final stage. They are strong rivals with the cross-town Melbourne Boomers.
Leanne Del Toso Del Toso has played for the Dandenong Rangers in the WNWBL since 2008. In the semifinal between her Dandenong Rangers and the Goudkamp Gladiators in 2009, she scored 31 points while pulling down 19 rebounds that saw the Rangers win 81–42. The Dandenong Rangers won back-to-back titles in 2011 and 2012.
Rachel Jarry In 2007, Jarry was listed by Dandenong Rangers as a rookie for the WNBL team.
Sara Blicavs Blicavs began her career, playing for the Australian Institute of Sport. After a brief stint with the Dandenong Rangers, Blicavs moved to the Bendigo Spirit. There, she won her first WNBL championship. For the 2015–16 WNBL season, Blicavs returned to the Dandenong Rangers. Blicavs has been re-signed for a third season with the Rangers.