Basketball Queensland is excited to announce a new chairman of the board, Nicola Ellis, as Allan Woodford steps down, taking a new position as the CEO of Northside Wizards Basketball Association. Allan declared his resignation to be a ‘tough decision’ but is confident he made the right choice. He said that his decision to move…
Whether you’re a long-time player of the sport or someone who has just picked up the “rock”, playing Basketball has lasting health, social and mental benefits that can help produce a happy and healthy life. Have a read of just 7 benefits of playing basketball! 1. Burns Calories The game of basketball revolves around the…
Basketball Queensland would like to officially announce the coaching team who have been appointed to coach the 2019 U20’s Men and Women’s State Teams! We would like to congratulate all our coaches and managers on their appointment, and wish them and their teams every success at the National Championships next year!
Your child loves the game, he wants to be the next Ben Simmons and win Rookie of the Year in the NBA or she wants to be the next Liz Cambage dunking in the All Star game of the WNBA, or maybe it is a gold medal at the Olympics they dream of or just the feeling they get when they hit a game winner at the buzzer.
Kids basketball is a great way for kids to build friendships, develop teamwork skills, get active and, most importantly – have fun. Sport has to compete with technology and video games for kids’ leisure time, so it’s more important than ever to foster and adopt ways to make kids basketball enjoyable and fun.
We caught up with Penny Bairstow, mother of one of Queensland’s most prominent basketball families to find out how she and her family got into basketball!
We catch up with Warwick Cann, Basketball Queensland’s newly appointed Game Development Manager to hear how he got into basketball and what he hopes to bring to his new role.
After concluding a successful series of State Championships, Basketball Queensland is pleased to unveil the inaugural QBL Accelerated Referee Program, which will seek to sooner prepare a small, driven, high-potential group of our up-and-coming officials for the demands of QBL officiating.
We’re coming close to the school holidays, which means less time on the basketball courts – with BQJBC and CBSQ also going on a short hiatus for the break. However, this doesn’t have to mean you can’t keep active!