For many years now the Club has provided polo shirts to its coaches. This is in recognition of the work they do but is also a way of looking professional and proudly representing our Club.

We are now also going to provide a polo shirt to team managers. The shirts are a simple recognition of two things: -

• your important volunteer time with the Club and
• the fact that you have a Working with Children (WWC) check and can be trusted with and by our young children.

Due to the numbers we will be providing managers with a shirt in a staggered approach. Many managers already have a shirt so we will focus on new managers who don’t have one to start with.

As previously requested managers names need to have been notified to admin@nabc-rockets.club advising which team they are the manager of. These are the only people who will be provided a shirt.

If you are a manager who does not currently have one of the Club polo tops can you please request one from admin@nabc-rockets.club including

• your name
• the team you manage and
• the size shirt you would like

We ask that both coaches and managers wear their NABC official tops at games with coaches wearing theirs at trainings as well please.

It is important to ensure that our players, coaches and managers all look like they are from the North Adelaide Basketball Club when they enter a stadium, when they warm-up, play and leave.

Game attire is our way of telling people that “we are North Adelaide and proud of it”.

NABC Management


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