1. Rohanee Cox retires from the WNBL in 2016. The first indigenous sportswoman to win an Olympic basketball medal for Australia.

    'Roey' as she is affectionately known spent the last 4 seasons of her WNBL career at Bryden's Sydney Uni Flames.

    This video was shown at the Flames 2016 annual presentation dinner in honour of the 4 seasons she played out her WNBL career in Sydney. As well as excerpts broadcast on NITV featuring Roey's contribution to the sport.

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  2. Some action of Flames players Casey Samuels 22 points and Roxanne Cox 10 points for Waratah League Leaders Bankstown Bruins over the weekend.

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  3. Rohanee Cox is back with Brydens Sydney Uni Flames for the 2015/16 WNBL Season

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  4. "I'm so excited to have signed again with the Flames and can't wait for the next season to begin"

    Brydens Sydney Uni Flames announce that Tahlia Tupaea, the Flames Fan vote MVP has signed to stay with the team for the next two seasons.

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  5. Here's a video showing some highlights of Katie-Rae Ebzery who will be staying with the Brydens Sydney Uni Flames for the 2015/16 WNBL season.

    Special thanks to Geoff Tripp for use of his photos

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Brydens Sydney Uni Flames are Sydney's only professional women's basketball team. Owned by Sydney Uni Sport and Fitness, they play their home games at Brydens Stadium at the Sydney Uni Sport and Aquatic Centre.

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