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Glover returns for second season with Eltham Wildcats

26 Mar
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“It means a lot to represent such a prestigious club like Eltham."

Sydney Kings' two-time NBL champion Angus Glover will return for his second NBL1 South season with the Eltham Wildcats, the club announced on Tuesday. 

In 2023, Glover was a key contributor for the Eltham Wildcats who made their first-ever finals appearance in NBL1 - averaging 18.70 points, 6.74 rebounds and 3.87 assists per game on 47 per cent shooting from the field, to help the Wildcats advance to the semi-finals.


Eltham Wildcats head coach Craig Stratford is excited to have 25-year-old Glover back to help lead the group in 2024. 

“He [Glover] is that special player who can impact the game at both ends of the floor, after an excellent season with us in 2023 he was always a priority signing for us," Stratford said in a club statement.

“Angus has a great connection with our basketball community, playing with a contagious passion for the game and also makes the time to share his knowledge and experiences with our younger athletes.

"It's great to have him with us again in 2024.”

After a successful first year with the Wildcats in 2023, Glover is ready to help take the team to another level.

“It means a lot to represent such a prestigious club like Eltham," King #219 said.

"Even more so being here last year and having the opportunity to build on what we did.

"I wanted to return because we have unfinished business as a team. We were right there last year so we want to go further."

Being a Wildcat extends further than just on the court according to Glover.

“Another big reason for returning is how tight this club is from seniors all the way down to juniors," the Illawarra junior said.

"It’s a family club and can’t wait to see it grow again in 2024.” 

Glover and his Wildcats tip-off their season on April 6 at Montmorency Secondary College against local rivals the Diamond Valley Eagles.

Stay up to date with all the harbour city club's off-season news here.


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