Home advantage for Bendigo

THE Interact Us Young Braves and Elgas Lady Braves will play their first home games of their Big V seasons on Saturday night.

The Young Braves are searching for their first win in round three of the Youth League One Men’s competition after suffering losses to the Werribee Devils and Keilor Thunder.

They will host the Western Point Steelers who are also looking for their first win.

The Young Lady Braves on the other hand, who play in the Women's Victorian Youth Championship, have already tasted success. 

In their first game they defeated Frankston and last week had a runaway victory against Geelong.

On Saturday night the Young Lady Braves hope to turn their round one fortunes around as they again face Dandenong.

Last time they met the Rangers won 86-64. 

The Young Lady Braves play at Bendigo Stadium at 6pm and then the Young Braves will take to the court at 8pm. 

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