Scoretable provides education, training, development and guidance for all levels of scoretable roles and levels of skill (grass roots through to the elite). The scoretable officials allow the Associations and individuals to stay on top of their game. There are various functions on a scoretable, each one as important as the next. These include Chair, Scorer, Game Clock, Visuals and Shot Clock (or sometimes called 24-second clock). Please see the attached resources for a brief description of each role.
With basketball competitions being held throughout the state all year round, opportunities are always available for those looking to become a scoretable official. See Events section to the right of this page to view upcoming courses.
Scoretable courses are run throughout the year, with development pathways in place to allow career progression from junior club basketball to QBL, right through to the international level of officiating. This development strategy is in line with Basketball Australia’s officials’ development framework.
The following survey, which is anonymous, will assist the National Scoretable Committee understand the motivations for people to get involved, and stay involved, as Basketball Scoretable Officials and this will assist the Committee to:
- Review recruitment strategies, and
- Review our current education and development programs to ensure they are contemporary and accessible for all.
Click here to take the survey.