Batemans Bay Registration Days Announced for the 2010 season

Competition Timetable 2010
Mondays
U/14 Mixed (born 1998/97) 4.30 and 5.20
U/16 Mixed (born 1996/95) 6.10 and 7pm
Tuesdays from 6pm Open Women
Wednesdays
3.45 U/10 Learn to Play (born 2001/02/03)
U/12 Girls (born 2000/1999) 4.30 and 5.20
U/19 Mixed (born 1992/93/94) 6.10pm and 7pm
Thursdays
U/12 Boys (born 2000/1999) 4.20 and 5.10
Open Men from 6pm
 
Registration Days at Hanging Rock Stadium
Rego week starts Monday 15th February
Monday 4-6pm
Tuesday 6-7pm
Wednesday 5-7pm
Thursday 5-7pm
Come along at any of these times to sign up.
New junior players will need to bring proof of age to be sighted (birth certificate or similar)
 
Basketball NSW Registration Cost.
Senior - $66
Junior - (born 1993 to 1998) - $53
Miniball - (born 1999 and after) - $40
Learn to Play - (8 to 11 years) - $17
Non Playing Members (coaches, referees etc) - $11
BNSW registration covers insurance for 12 months and allows participation in not only domestic competition but  all BNSW activities and tournaments. Learn to play registration can be upgraded to full rego if player is moved into competition.
 
Batemans Bay Basketball fees for Autumn Competition
Court fees for all juniors players for the Autumn competition is $60.
Court fees are to be paid in full by the 3rd round of competition.
Court fees cover all match fees, club fee, semis/finals and GFs, referee payments, trophies.
The system of pay in advance has been introduced to ensure we can cover the cost of running the competition and assist the administration duties of our volunteers.
A deposit of $20 is required for U/16 and U/19 players who cannot supply their own set of shirts.
The fee structure of our senior competitions will remain the same as 2009.
Our Autumn competition will commence the week starting March 1st running weekly to finals in June
 
Coaches for our Junior Competition
If you would like to join our team of junior coaches or would like to enter a team in our junior competition (conditions apply) please contact Kylie on 44717789.
 
Batemans Bay Development Squads
At the end of last season Batemans Bay held development training for our junior players. This was very successful and improved the standard of our competition. We took 3 teams for a fun day out at Merimbula for some intertown games. We plan to start these trainings again in term 2 and plan more intertown competitions and carnivals. Reversible development squad singlets are now in stock for anyone interested in purchasing one they will be available on rego days ($32).
 
 
Congratulations
Several juniors who played our local competition last season have really excelled themselves in the past couple of months with various selective basketball programmes.
Southeast Regional Academy of Sport-David Betridge, Mia Johnston and Josh Scullin have been selected in this program for 2010
Pacific Slam - Representing NSW Country Development Teams - Travis Kingston, Amelia Berry and Monique Leddy (referee)
Australian Country Cup - Representing NSW Country Development Teams Taylar Kingston, Holly Moore, Darcy Harding and Bronte Armstrong. Darcy was in the winning U/18 Mens team while Bronte was a member of the winning U/16 girls team. Kirsty Lawarik attended as a  referee.
Batemans Bay Basketball Associaiton would also like to extend our congratulations to Moruya players Alisha and Grady Meek, Hannah Berry and Zoe Monk who have also gained selection to various programs as well.
NITP - Basketball Australia's National Intensive Training Program. Darcy Harding and Bronte Armstrong have been selected in this program for 2010.
 
 
 
Batemans Bay Competition Contacts
Referee information - Nola St.Jack  0400137031
Junior information - Kylie Armstrong 44717789
Senior information Womens Comp - Kylie Drekovic  Kylie@eldersbatemansbay.com.au
Senior information Mens Comp - Jock O Connor  joc.oconnor67@gmail.com
 



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