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For Nick Scott, the toughest part of making the Under 23s World Championships has been the waiting.

The Wollongong Roller Hawks have claimed two important home wins this weekend over the Red Dust Heelers to extend their record to 7-1 and maintain first place on the NWBL ladder.

When the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team takes the court in Germany tomorrow morning it will be all business as the side builds towards the World Cup qualifiers later this year.

The Wollongong Roller Hawks will have home court advantage for the third straight round when they host the Red Dust Heelers in Round 3 of the NWBL.

The Wollongong Roller Hawks remain atop of the NWBL ladder despite dropping a game to the much improved Sydney Metro Blues.