2017/18 VJBL Coaches announced!






2017/ 18 Werribee Devils Junior Representative Coaches Announced!

Werribee Basketball is pleased to announce our 2017/18 VJBL coaches for the Werribee Devils Junior Representative Prorgam.


Werribee Basketball Association received over 50 applications to coach in the 2017/18 Werribee Devils Junior Representative Program. This is highest number of applications in many years and goes to show the great work the WBA is doing in the areas of coach education & coach development. WBA Player & Coach Development Manager, Reece Potter said “It is outstanding to have so many individuals willing to give up their time and invest in the Junior Representative Program here at Werribee”.


The WBA would like to congratulate all coaches on their appointments & thank them for their commitment to the Werribee Basketball Junior Representative Program.


Please open the attached PDF below for a full list of all 2017/18 Werribee Devils Junior Representative Program Coaches. 


Please note: the WBA are not allocating coaches to specific teams until later in the Representative Tryout process. This is to ensure that we uphold the highest amount of integrity and transparency in our selection/ tryout process. This method is also in place to protect coaches against scrutiny surrounding selection of teams being based on who they coached last year or players they have built relationships with. Finally it will protect our parent coaches against accusations that their child only made the team because the parent is the coach.


Additionally, for the first time the WBA is making it mandatory for all 2017/18 VJBL coaches to hold a minimum Level One (Club Coach) Accreditation prior to commencement of the VJBL season. 


Enquries can be directed to the Player & Coach Development Manager, Reece Potter. 

Phone: (03) 9742 5440    OR    Email: reece.potter@werribeebasketball.com 


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