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HEAT SECURE BLANCHFIELD RETURN TO TOWNSVILLE

The Beehive-QSolutions Heat have been buoyed by the return of former Townsville Crocodiles superstar Todd Blanchfield who joins the team as a short-term injury replacement for UK import Jamell Anderson who suffered an unfortunate ankle injury this week.
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U16 & U18 TBI Development Program 2017

2017 Townsville Basketball Development Program
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HOOP DREAMING - ETHAN BETTS

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BAKER READY TO GET COOKING FOR HEAT

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DENNIS' COMPUTERS STEPS DOWN FROM FLAMES

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FLAMES RETAIN FIRE DUO FOR 2017

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McCULLY TO BOLSTER FLAMES IN 2017

In a major signing coup for the Townsville Flames and the QBL, former WNBL superstar and championship winning Fire captain Rachael McCully has been lured out of retirement to pull of the Flames jersey in 2017.
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FLAMES SECURE FIRE STAR FOR 2017

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TOWNSVILLE JUNIORS HOOP DREAMING

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HEAT ADD BRITISH FLAVOUR FOR 2017

The Townsville Beehive-QSolutions Heat are pleased to announce their first restricted player signing for 2017 with the addition of 2016 BBL British Player of the Year Jamell Anderson. Currently with the Cheshire Phoenix in the BBL and a team mate of Heat star Josh Wilcher Anderson will add size and athleticism at the small forward position for the Heat.
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TOWNSVILLE JUNIORS HOOP DREAMING

Townsville Basketball is proud of our college student/athletes, we will be catching up with them in a series of blog posts so you can stay in touch with their careers across the USA! First up we feature Georgia Williams who is currently attending Valley City State University in North Dakota!
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HEAT & FLAMES QUEST FOR GLORY IN 2017

Townsville Basketball is excited to announce a new accommodation partner for the 2017 QBL season with Quest Townsville on Eyre joining forces with the Dennis’ Computers Flames and Beehive-QSolutions Heat to support the QBL program.
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