Basketball Players Selected For The 2019 SPP The State Performance Program (SPP) involves the systematic and progressive identification, selection and development of athletes in the Under 15 to Under 18 age groups, in the aim of preparing players to represent Queensland at the Australian Junior Championships. Congratulations to the following players: North Queensland SPP Athletes…
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 chatted with our three Queensland referees; Michael Coccetti, Jacqui Dover and Jordan Napper who attended the Under 20 Nationals, held in Gosford in early February.
QLD Youth Basketball Athletes and their Australian Development Camp Experience At the end of January, 10 Queensland athletes flew down to Canberra to participate in Basketball Australia’s Australian Development Camp (ADC) at the Australian Institute of Sport. We caught up with the attending athletes to see what they got out of ADC, and what advice…
Congratulations to the boys who were selected from the 2018 Under 18 State Championships for the All-Star 5 and MVP. Athletes were selected by a criteria that measured their impressionable individual performances
Congratulations to the girls who were selected from the 2018 Under 18 State Championships for the All-Star 5 and MVP. Athletes were selected by a criteria that measured their impactful individual performances that supported team results, relative to the expectations of that team. All athletes at the Under 18 State Champs performed exceptionally well.
Congratulations to the boys who were selected from the 2018 Under 16 State Championships last week for the All-Star 5 and MVP.
Congratulations to the girls who were selected from the 2018 Under 16 State Championships last week for the All-Star 5 and MVP.
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!
The Vicinity Centres Aussie Hoops program is Basketball Queensland’s junior game development program for primary school aged children. The nationally accredited program encourages kids aged 5 – 10 to live an active lifestyle whilst also fostering a lifetime of involvement in basketball.