Whittlesea Pacers left the best to last as they overcame the Werribee Devils in overtime in Big V women’s division 1.

The Pacers and Devils traded blows throughout the game, with the Devils off to a fast start before the Pacers hit back.

After trailing by six points at quarter time, the Pacers led by one point at half time.

The two teams traded baskets in the second half and finished 75 points apiece.

The overtime period was all the Pacers, as they outscored the Devils 15-5 to win 91-81.

Youngster Last-Tear Poa top scored for the Pacers, scoring 22 points, coming off the bench.

She was one of four Pacers players to score double figures.

The Pacers then backed it up on Sunday, defeating Camberwell Dragons 91-76.

A 31-17 third quarter from the Pacers proved to be the difference in the result.

Poa was again the top scorer for the Pacers, scoring 20 points, as four Pacers scored double figures, showing their spread.

The wins are important in the context of the season, helping cement their spot in the top four.

The Pacers men’s side also had a good weekend, defeating the Sunbury Jets in division 1.

It was a high scoring first half for the Pacers, who scored 66 points for the half.

Despite losing both the third and fourth quarters, the Pacers held on to win 104-90.

Dominic Bruno top scored with 32 points.