Elite Development Camp

The DVBA are holding an Elite Development Camp for female and male athletes that are U14, U16 & U18 this upcoming Monday, 1st October.

This session is designed to build athlete’s skill level through advancing their individual skills and to learn/advance team-play strategies through more game-time experience. Athletes will be taught by experienced coaches that have helped develop the game of many stand out Victorian players in a 10:1 athlete to coach ratio. The session goes for 2 hours with aspects on: - Shooting in game like situations - Individual offense in 1 on 1 situations - Team play strategies via 3 on 3 - Effectively playing off the on-ball - Team play strategies via 5 on 5, both O & D!

Come join a high calibre coaching panel to receive top level coaching ahead of the upcoming Junior Eagles tryouts. Our coaches will be:

- Alan McAughtry o Director of Coaching for Diamond Valley Eagles o Former NITP Coach o Former NITP Coach o Head Coach of Boy’s and Girl’s Victorian Metropolitan State teams o Australian Junior Assistant Coach 2009-2017 o Former Head Coach of our Senior Championship Men’s Eagles team.

- Ross Wignell o CEO at the Diamond Valley Basketball Association o Former Basketball Victoria State Director of Coaching o Former Basketball Australia’s NITP Head Coach for Victoria Metro o 13 years’ experience in player & coaching development at Basketball Victoria

- Braden Cotter o 3rd year coaching the Victorian Youth League Men’s team for Diamond Valley Eagles o Former assistant coach of our Senior Championship Men’s Eagles team o Former Head Coach in our Junior Eagles Representative Program o Fresh back from spending time with leading NCAA programs

Email matt@dvbasketball.com.au with the session you wish to attend. Places are limited.

Under 14 Girls & Boys 10am – 12pm $20 per athlete

Under 16 & U18 Girls & Boys 1pm – 3pm $20 per athlete


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