Noosa Basketball well represented at State Level

Noosa players are being recognised as a force at State Level.

* Noosa was well represented at the QLD Primary School Championships in Townsville recently with Jade Gower playing for the Sunshine Coast girls team and Jackson Birmingham, Tallis Buntain, Riley Curtis and Declan Fitzpatrick representing the boys.

The girls team finished 9th of 10 teams and the boys finished 7th of 10 teams.

Jade Gower was awarded the most determined player by her coach.

Tallis Buntain was awarded the best team player by his team.

Riley Curtis was selected in the QLD schools State team.

* We also had a strong representation at the QLD Open School Championships in Cairns with Sam Webster, Braedyn Pfeiffer and Connor McDonald all making the Sunny Coast team


Cordel Bellette was given a huge opportunity to join the Under 18 Emerging State team.  Cordel was scouted at the Under 18 State Championships at the Gold Coast in January when the State Coaches watched the Div 2 Semi Final against Townsville. 

Team members came from Brisbane, Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast, the team trained over a period of 6 weeks to prepare for the Nunawading Tournament.  The Tournament comprised of teams from all over Australia and it was a great experience for all of the boys to play with and against some of the best basketballers in Australia in their age group.  The team will continue to train  in specialised SPP Training sessions to sharpen their skills.  

Great Effort Cordel - just goes to show Cyclones - you should always try your hardest and play to the best of your ability becasue you just never know who is watching and what exciting opportunities they may present to you.


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