Werribee Basketball Association partners with The Tigers Clubhouse

The Werribee Basketball Association is pleased to announce a new partnership with The Tigers Clubhouse in Hoppers Crossing for the Senior Domestic Competitions and the Big V Representative Programs.

It’s an exciting time for the WBA with stage 1 (8 courts) of the redevelopment delivered & operational with a further 4 courts plus gymnasium due in May 2016.

The Senior Domestic Competition comprises of over 100 teams across Men’s and Women’s, and the Big V Representative Program has Senior Men, Senior Women and Youth League Men and Women’s teams.

“We are delighted to welcome The Tigers Clubhouse to the Werribee Basketball Association family as a Major Partner and look forward to our Senior members and supporters becoming a part of The Tigers Clubhouse family,” said President, Paul Jones.

“The Tigers Clubhouse recognise Werribee Basketball Association as the leading basketball and indoor sport provider for Players, Coaches, Officials, Volunteers and Spectators in the Wyndham community, and will look forward in providing the all Senior Domestic and Representative Players, Coaches and Support staff the opportunity to become a member of The Tigers Clubhouse. Additionally, our Grand Finalists will receive vouchers to The Tigers Clubhouse, and the Referee Program will be provided with special Referee Shirts to wear during the Senior Domestic Competition. It’s great to have The Tigers Clubhouse with us,” added Jones.

“It a very exciting time at Werribee Basketball, with a number of other announcements to be made soon, along with the opening of Stage 2 of the redevelopment in May 2016” said Jones.

For further information please contact Jason Kelly, Competitions & Participation Manager, via info@werribeebasketball.com or 97425440.


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