Big V 2013 Stats Course

Tracey Teunissen will be running a Level 1 Stats Course at the Frankston Basketball Stadium on Saturday 9th of March.

With both a theory session and a practical session this is your chance to get qualified heading into the 2013 Big V season!

When: Saturday 9th of March

Where: Frankston Basketball Stadium

Time:    Theory- 10:30am to 1pm

       Practical- 1:30pm to 3:30pm

To book your place call Tracey Teunissen on 0411 265 526 or via email at ttstats@optusnet.com.au




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