CHLOE Morrow has lifted her game to a new level in 2014.

The numbers don't lie.

The talented Frenchville Sports Club Rockhampton Cyclones basketballer is one of the players opposition outfits look to shut down.

Northside Wizards and Suncoast Clippers' defenders will need to be on-guard this weekend as Morrow and her Cyclones teammates head south for their QBL Women's round-nine double-header on the road.

The Cyclones meet the Wizards in Brisbane tonight before travelling up to the Sunshine Coast to face the Clippers in matches they must be expected to win.

Along with US imports Chandrea Jones and Iasia Hemingway, who have both dominated scoring for the fourth-placed Cyclones, and captain Alex Brady, Morrow has been a valuable contributor.

She's consistently spending about 30 minutes on court and is contributing in double figures regularly.

Morrow, 20, has reached double figures on five occasions in 2014, and contributed a valuable 13 in the Cyclones' 81-60 win over Gold Coast Rollers last weekend. Averaging 9.1 points a game, Morrow is well up on the 6.9 points a game she averaged in 2013.

 

QBL WOMEN

ROUND 9

Rockhampton Cyclones v Northside Wizards 6pm today at South Pine Sports Complex

Rockhampton Cyclones v Suncoast Clippers 5.30pm tomorrow at Maroochydore Basketball Stadium

LADDER: Mackay 100, Gladstone 87.5, Ipswich 77.78, Rockhampton 77.78, South West Metro 57.14, Townsville 50, Toowoomba 44.44, Northside 37.5, Brisbane 37.5, Gold Coast Rollers 30, Cairns 25, Bundaberg 25, Suncoast Clippers 12.50.



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