Club Basketball Overview

Canterbury Club Basketball

Canterbury Basketball is one of the few Associations that have a comprehensive Club Basketball programme. Competitions are divided into Winter Club (Saturdays/Sundays), where teams must be a part of an actual club to enter, and a Midweek competition which are Team based and may or may not belong to a club.

A club must have feeder teams to be eligible to participate in the Premier competitions. Clubs are becoming more geographically based and beginning to link with our Junior clubs around the city.

Secondary Schools can also be a club and fit into the schoolclub category again having to have younger teams to be eligible. Most top schools play in the U23 grade or the U20 grade and will have U17 teams to feed these.

To get information on our main Senior Clubs click on the Senior Club tab and the individual club webpage links. Most clubs have team and contact detials listed here.

To get information about Junior Clubs click on the Junior Club Link

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2015 CBA Club Champions

CBA Club Champions 2016

Men's Premier Champions: Gators

Women's Premier Champions: Lincoln University

Men's U23 Champions: Lincoln University Bulls

Women's Division 1 Champions: Royals Dark Horses

McDonald's Thompson Trophy Champions: Christchurch Boys' High School

McDonald's Whelan Trophy Champions: Rangi Ruru Girls' School

Men's Division 1 Champions: Pioneer Placemakers

Men's U20 Champions: Burnside-Checkers

Women's U20 Champions: Wolverines

Boys' U17 Champions: Burnside High School

Girl's U17 Champions: Christchurch Girls' High School

Boys' U15 Champions: Cashmere High School

Men's Midweek: University

Women's Midweek: Pioneer Saints

Boys' Yr 7-8 All Stars: Pioneer Pacers

Girls' Yr 7-8 All Stars: Wharenui Gators

Boys' Yr 5-6 All Stars: Eastern Wolverines

Girls' Yr 5-6 All Stars: North Canterbury Tar Heels