Olympians went into the break at the top of the table in men’s division one basketball, hanging on to first place despite going down 95-75 to second- placed Chapman Valley on Monday, narrowing to two points the gap to second. Trades beat Hawks 81-63 on Tuesday to be level on six points, with Hawks a place higher in fourth on percentage, while Pumas beat bottom team Stateside 88-54 on Wednesday. Stateside held on to their six-point lead at the top of the table in the women’s top division with a 56-44 win over Pumas, who dropped to fourth with a convincing 73-26 win over bottom side Hawks taking Trades third. Olympians beat fifth-placed Chapman Valley 76-55 to remain in second. Senior fixtures start back up on January 11. Holiday clinics with Basketball WA Mid West development officer Dan Hunt have sold out.