Basketball New South Wales is excited to announce a landmark streaming agreement with LIGR Systems to live stream a series of Spalding Waratah League Championship Division games during the back-end of this season sponsored by Carney Sports Marketing.more
Basketball New South Wales and Spalding are today pleased to announce the first-time partnership between the two organisations.
This partnership sees Spalding become the Official Game Ball and Official Backboard supplier of Basketball NSW leagues, competitions and teams, as well as the Naming Rights partner for NSW’s premier league – The Waratah League.more
If you love women's basketball, well this Saturday, the Alexandria Basketball Stadium is the place to be. As two NSW All-Star teams featuring players from the 2016 Molten Waratah League competition will play against two visiting USA college teams.more
Basketball NSW is pleased to announce the winners of the Coach of the Year awards for 2015 Molten Waratah League.
The Waratah League Coach of the Year awards are determined by votes from the Head Coach and Team Captain of each team in these divisions. Voters were not permitted to vote for members of their own team.more
Basketball NSW will be hosting a Senior Leagues Competitions Forum on the 25th of July 2015, we are now calling for members from the Basketball NSW community to register their interest in attending the meeting regarding the Waratah League.more
On behalf of Basketball NSW (BNSW), we welcome you to the planning phase for the 2016 Molten Waratah League.
We are now calling for prospect associations to submit expressions of interest for inclusion in the 2016 Molten Waratah League season. The attached document “2016 Team Entry Form” outlines all the conditions of entry for participating in the Molten Waratah League.more
FIBA the sports governing body released the new Official Basketball Rules which came into effect on October 1, 2014. There are some significant changes to the rules that will apply to the Waratah League.more