Rams' import Faatimah Amen-Ra A continues to fly the flag for the Dubbo women's basketball side as she contributed a total of 55 points in round nine of the Waratah League basketball competition across their two home games.
It's the Rams' first season back in the competition and despite walking away from round nine without a win, the women's side continues to prevail.
The Rams went up against the Queanbeyan Yowies in their day game where they started off strong.
The team sunk during the third quarter, allowing Queanbeyan to get in front with a strong lead, but their return to the final quarter made for a strong comeback.
It was the Yeowies' who took out the win in the end during their day game with a six point lead, the final score 66-60.
Amen-Ra A scored contributed 25 points to the final Rams score of 60.
In their second game against Wagga Wagga Blaze Amen-Ra A went one-up on her previous performance earlier in the day, contributing 31 points to the end score.
Similar to their first game the Rams' slipped back in the second quarter, making a strong comeback in the fourth quarter.
Wagga Blaze ran away with a seven point lead and an end score of 91-84.
Division one Rams' Men
A dance with the Heat ended in a sad night for the men's side as they also walked away from round nine defeated and without a win in the Waratah League 2019 basketball season.
The Dubbo men's side were defeated 89-62 by the Heat.
The loss against the Heat leaves the Rams' languishing in last place at the bottom of the ladder.
It will be extraordinarily hard for the Rams' to make an overall comeback this far into the competition as they push into the second half of the season.
The Ram's started off strong and similar to the women, the men slipped in the third quarter.
Going into the third quarter Wagga turned up the heat- taking out a strong lead.
It was the Heats' first win of seven games, with their former coach John Norman quitting after last week's 32-point loss to Canberra.