For adults (aged 16 and up), PCYC Young runs a weekly basketball competition. Participants will play as part of a team and take on opposing squads each week. These games are fun and friendly, with an element of friendly competition.
Basketball NSW is the governing body for basketball in New South Wales. Basketball NSW is an affiliated member of Basketball Australia (BA), the national governing body. Our aim is to grow, develop and promote the game by supporting our members, stakeholders and the basketball family in general.
Basketball Australia’s official junior game development program for 5 – 10-year-olds. Basketball NSW's High Performance Pathway offers a number of development tours for athletes in both Country & Metro Associations. The aim of the D-League is to identify talented players and coaches in a tournament-style environment.
Basketball NSW has made some changes to the format for 2021 due to the disruptions caused by COVID-19. 2021 D-League Dates: →31 October (Penrith) – U14 Boys & Girls and U18 Boys & Girls. →7 November (Barker College) – U14 Boys & Girls and U18 Boys & Girls. →14 November (Penrith) – U15 Boys & Girls and U16 Boys & Girls.
Australian Junior Championships (AJC) Basketball Australia conducts the Australian Junior Championships throughout the year, and Basketball NSW sends representatives from both Metro and Country to the U16 and U18 AJCs, and combined teams to the U20s. Australian Junior Championships provide young basketballers with the opportunity to play in an elite tournament representing their club, school or state on the national stage.
Basketball NSW is committed to safeguarding children and young people in sport. We work with the sector, NSW Office of Sport , NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian and Play by the Rules plus other child safety agencies to help create child safety in basketball in NSW.
COVID-19 Information. Basketball NSW continues to work closely with the NSW Office of Sport, NSW Health and other government agencies as we plan for the full return of basketball in NSW. Our localised plan for the return of basketball in NSW is in line with the Federal Governments National Principals for the Resumption of Sport, the AIS Framework for Rebooting Sport in a Covid-19 Environment with Basketball Australia’s Return to Basketball Guidelines providing a strong reference point.
Basketball is an all-inclusive sport with opportunities to play across all genders, ages and disabilities. Basketball NSW head office is located at Homebush Business Village, the office is open Monday-Friday from 9-5 pm, and if you need to get in touch please, contact us here: Units 27-28 Homebush Business Village. 11-21 Underwood Road.
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