Provide your Primary and/or High school teams with more playing experience by having them play games in our weekly competitions.
Our after school competitions consist of anywhere from 12 to 16 rounds (weeks), followed by a semi finals round and then a grand final round.
We conduct two major competitions each year - competition one runs during school terms 1 & 2 (breaking for holidays), with our second competition running during school terms 3 & 4 (breaking for holidays).
We cater for various levels of experience, for beginners and intermediates with our graded competitions. The majority of games are played at the Brickpit Sports Stadium, Thornleigh, with other games played at indoor courts in neighboring schools; central for everyone.
Competition days for primary school teams (games are played from 5pm onwards)
Mondays - Year 1/2 boys & girls teams
Tuesdays - Year 3/4 girls and Year 5/6 girls teams
Wednesdays - Year 3/4 boys & Year 5/6 boys teams
Competition days for high school teams (games are played from 5pm onwards)
Mondays - Year 9/10 girls teams
Tuesdays - Year 9/10 boys teams
Thursdays - Year 7/8 boys & Year 7/8 girls teams
Fridays - Year 11/12 boys teams (U21 Boys)
Our under 21 boys competition is for players in school years 11 and 12 which also includes boys who have finished school and are up to 20 years of age. This U21 competition concludes at the end of school term 3, and then restarts at the beginning of term 4, going through to the end of term 1, 2016.
Need help starting?
(1) We can attend your school to conduct free clinics to form basketball teams for your school
(2) We will come to your school to conduct a free beginners "managing and coaching a team" course for teachers, students and or parents
(3) We will come to your school to conduct free skills clinics for your players/teams during school lunchtime or after/before school (dates and times subject to availability) to help establish themselves in our competitions
(4) We can provide game coaches (subject to availability) for new teams that do not yet have a qualified or experienced coach. Coaches supplied are most often senior referees and/or current Rep Players, who relate well to the players, know the rules and can teach the parents the rules and how to game coach
After referees have been allocated to games, any available referees that have completed the HKBA game coaching program may be allocated to teams that require coaching assistance.
Click here for costs to play (scroll to botom of web-page).
To enter your teams in our competitions or for further information, contact Michael D'Agostino at Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Basketball
P|(02) 9980 6255
F|(02) 9980 6277