The Parramatta Wildcats senior basketball teams have recorded one win and three losses from round 21 of the 2013 Waratah Championship League competition.
Sunday's final games of the season appear to be the final-ever representative games to be played by the local Association under the auspices of NSW Basketball.
The continuing stand-off between the two bodies has been in place since Parramatta was sensationally expelled by the governing body (BNSW) during the month of July.
The Wildcats men grabbed a powerful 87-64 win over the Maitland Mustangs on Saturday night at the Auburn Basketball Centre to go out in style.
Power forward Jane Warren amassed an amazing tally of forty-three rebounds over the weekend to consolidate her position at the top of all three Leading Rebounding categories in the WCL – an amazing performance from a player in the wooden spoon-winning team.
The Parramatta Association will not be resting upon their laurels and have already put plans into action for an 'Ultimate League' – with the highest prize money on offer outside the NBL.
Full details of the Ultimate League will be announced in late-September, along with a unique player draft.
Women: Maitland Mustangs 63 def Parramatta Wildcats 50 (Juanita Chan 18 points, Emma Bramston 10, Jane Warren 20 boards); Penrith Panthers 57 def Parramatta Wildcats 49.
Men: Parramatta Wildcats 87 (Goran Veg 18 points, 10 boards; Jamie Newth 18 points); Penrith Panthers 96 def Parramatta Wildcats 72 (Goran Veg 18 points, 18 boards, 6 assists; Jamie Newth 15 points; Jordan Lum Kon 15).