The Future Development Program (FDP) is the entry-level tier of the High Performance Program. The program focuses on the identification and support of athletes aged 12 – 13 years of age and on the development of aspiring elite coaches.
Australian Indigenous Basketball (AIB) has announced a roster of 12-players who will represent the 2018 Apunipima Australian Indigenous Men’s National Team (All Stars) in the 5th Annual Trans-Tasman Basketball Series.
Basketball Queensland had 4 teams – North and South Girls and North and South Boys go over to the US for the 2018 USA Development Tour from the 29th June to the 10th July. All teams competed in an NCAA Accredited Tournament, visited UCLA and Loyola Marymount University, went to Disney and California Adventure Park and got to see many other famous US attractions.
Youth basketball can be classified as players from 12 – 16 years of age. This is a pivotal time, as it is generally around this age that athletes consider perhaps taking their basketball career to the next level.
July is a busy month for our elite athletes in Queensland, with the U16 Nationals for Men and Women at the Sunshine Coast and the Talent Development Program and College Development Tours going over to the USA.
By Madi Crowley Basketball Queensland Referee Development Manager. The Queensland Basketball League (QBL) is the highest standard of basketball that Queensland has to offer, excluding our National League teams, so it follows that it is refereed by the best officials in the state.
By Peter Pollock, Basketball Queensland Coach Development Manager. Coaching can be a tough task sometimes! It’s a competitive environment that requires a lot of time and resources into preparing your team and your players.
Basketball Queensland would like to congratulate to Tamuri Wigness from Cairns Basketball and Blake Jones from South West Metro who have both been selected for the Australian Crocs