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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for forestville_eagles

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Forestville Eagles The Forestville Eagles are a basketball team from Forestville, South Australia that plays in the Premier League. The club formerly played in the National Basketball League (NBL) from 1980 to 1981.
Rachael McCully Flanagan is a guard and played junior basketball for the South Australian Forestville Eagles.
Forestville, South Australia Forestville basketball stadium was demolished in 2001. The Forestville Eagles Basketball Club of the Central ABL conference was named after this suburb.
Brad Newley During the 2005 off-season, Newley re-joined the Forestville Eagles of the Central ABL. In six games, he averaged 24.3 points, 9.8 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game.
Adam Gibson (basketball) During the 2013 off-season, Gibson helped the Forestville Eagles win the Central ABL championship. He had a Grand Final MVP performance with 24 points on 59 percent shooting, with 4-of-6 three-pointers, seven assists, two steals and four rebounds.
Apollo Stadium Apollo Stadium was Adelaide's major basketball arena from 1969 until 1991, being the home court of National Basketball League teams the West Adelaide Bearcats (1979–84), Glenelg Tigers (1979), Forestville Eagles (1981) and Adelaide 36ers, who were the "Adelaide City Eagles" in their first year (1982–91).
Matt Sutton Between 2002 and 2009, Sutton played in the Central ABL for the Forestville Eagles. In 2006, he joined the Adelaide 36ers for the 2006–07 NBL season. He continued on with the 36ers in 2007–08, and in 50 games over two seasons, he averaged 3.3 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game.
Majok Deng Majok Machar Deng (born 1 March 1993) is a Sudanese-Australian professional basketball player for the Adelaide 36ers of the National Basketball League (NBL). After winning back-to-back Central ABL championships with the Forestville Eagles, Deng moved to the United States in 2012 to attend college, where he first played for Indian Hills Community College. In 2014, he transferred to Louisiana–Monroe where he played two seasons of Division I college basketball for the Warhawks and led the Sun Belt Conference in scoring and blocks as a senior.
Cherie Gallagher Raised in Mildura and playing for Mildura Mavericks junior team, Gallagher found herself in South Australia with the Forestville Eagles. This led to her WNBL debut with the Adelaide Lightning. She then had a three season stint with the Townsville Fire in North Queensland. From 2010 to 2016, Gallagher would play two seasons for the Fire, whilst she was a wife and mother of two. On both occasions she helped them reach the Grand Final. After falling short to the Bendigo Spirit in 2013. She would return to the roster two years later and fulfil what she fell short of those years prior, and was crowned a WNBL champion.
Majok Deng Recruited to play college basketball in the United States after impressing with 23 points for South Australia in its losing Australian Under-20 Championship grand final, Deng was earmarked for greatness by his coach at Forestville Eagles, Andy Simons. Deng enrolled at Indian Hills Community College and joined the Warriors men's basketball program. As a freshman in 2012–13, Deng played in 27 games and was one of the first players used off the bench by coach Barret Peery. He averaged 3.8 points and 2.9 rebounds per game. Deng's highlight moment of the season came when he drilled three three-pointers in overtime to help Indian Hills topple Southeastern 104–99.