St George Basketball OCTOBER School Holiday Clinic Special Guest Sydney Kings Kevin Lisch

OCTOBER Wed 5th & Thur 6th Un-Guard-Able Skill Development Camp at Blakehurst High School Ages 7 Years & Above, Email to reserve your spot!!!! Please see attached Enrollment form.

Conducted by DeMarcus Berry Last CLINIC Before Representative Trials on Sunday 30th October & 8th Novembermore

2017 Representative Season Trial Times SUNDAY 30th October & 6th November at HALC

Please complete attached trial Form & if any junior players from other associations are trialling you must bring a completed permission to trial form.
Trials on the Sunday 13th November are by Invitation only after you have been to the first 2 sessions.more

U10s Mini Dragons Competition Every Thursday 5pm At Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre

Come Along on Thursday to be placed in a team & have some fun while practising new Skills.
All players receive an participation award at the end of the season.more

Monday TUESDAY Wednesday AUSSIE HOOPS-Learn To Play Term 4 Starting Tue 11th Oct,Mon 24th & Wed 26th

TERM 4 STARTING Tuesday 11th OCTOBER 2016 (10 week Program)
Monday 24th October (8 Week Program)
Wednesday 26th October (8 Week Program)
Please click on link to register for Aussie Hoops
Venue: Blakehurst High School (Enter via Forster St)more

PINK BALL FRIDAY Skills Program for GIRLS Term 4 STARTS 14th October TIME 5.30pm

TERM 4 STARTING Friday 14th October 2016
Skills Program Just For GIRLS, think PINK Friday's TIME 5:30pm to 6:30pmmore
Learn to Play with Dom & Val

Learn To Play Saturday's Term 4 Starts 15th October 2016

Venue: Blakehurst High School Enter Via Forster Stmore
U18 & U16 2 on 2 Scrimmage

Basketball Academy 4th Term Starting Saturday 15th October 2016

TERM 3 STARTING 15th October SATURDAY Blakehurst High School Do you have the passion & drive to achieve greater skills for Basketball then the Academy is for you!! Can join any time throughout the term. TIME 1:00pm to 2:30pm (Advance), 2:30pm to 4:00pm (Intermediate) U14s, U16s & U18smore

2017 Representative Coaches Apply now

2017 Applicants apply now to join our St George Family
Closing Date 3rd October 2016more

New Competition Draws Updates For U16Men Div Splits, U12 Unisex, U14Men, U18Men, U22Mens, Womens

U16 Men Draws Updated Division Splits
U12 Unisex Draw updated 8th Sept New Team Joined Up & Missing Week. U22 Men Updated 06.09.2016 Team Withdrew, Womens Updated 8th Sept Missing Week

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Draws Postedmore

Basketball NSW Awards Night 8th November 2014

St George Basketball Association Received 3 awards on the evening. please visit Photo Gallery for extra Picturesmore

Senior Referees Needed


Volunteers Needed for Social Committee

Do you have spare time & great organisational skills then we need you!more

Basketball NSW 2013 Awards Night 18th October

St George Basketball Association Received 4 Awards, please visit Photo Gallery for extra Picturesmore
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Major Sponsor Penshurst RSL

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The Sydney Kings are tonight excited to announce a ground breaking partnership with Basketball NSW.

The agreement aims to grow the sport, increase player participation as well as maximising the basketball public’s appetite for the Sydney Kings.

The Kings are investing resources and committing to work with BNSW to achieve shared objectives ensuring the game of basketball – at the grassroots and professional level – continues to grow strongly.

BNSW Chair Bob Elphinston (OAM) thanked the Sydney Kings for their initiative in wanting to become a major partner in basketball development in Sydney. “The Kings initiative in providing financial support to assist BNSW and Associations will help grow the game across the 18 associations in Sydney and in turn attract new fans to the Sydney Kings NBL home games at Qudos Bank Arena, Elphinston said.

This is the first time that a formal agreement has been made which should ensure that youth basketball in particular will get a real boost across metropolitan Sydney,” Elphinston added.

Sydney Kings Managing Director Jeff Van Groningen echoed those thoughts. “We value the chance to work with BNSW Chairman Bob Elphinston and the team at BNSW. Our initiative to create a pathway for young BNSW standouts through our Development Player contracts is something we are particularly proud of. Our agreement with BNSW is reflective of our faith in their organisation as the governing body in this great state.”

The investments being made by the Kings go well beyond financial help. Every player on the Kings roster has been allocated at least one association, and that player is committed to school visits/activities, holiday camps and Aussie Hoops clinics within that association.

The team has also taken on new staff to support the partnership, engaging a full-time community co-ordinator to help ensure the Kings, BNSW and all the associations receive the full benefit of the partnership.

The Sydney Kings have also agreed to:

  • Support BNSW with initiatives to establish new associations in growth areas of Sydney that are not currently serviced by active associations.
  • Provide collateral and personnel support for association, school visits/activities, holiday camps and Aussie Hoops clinics
  • Promote “Inspire the Next Generation” where a Sydney Kings player is aligned with a specific association.  The Sydney Kings will develop association specific visual campaigns for the associations to use to promote each of the Sydney Kings home games.
  • With the support of Basketball NSW the Sydney Kings will stage a ‘Sydney Kings Rookie Camp’ each year.  The camp will be held in the preseason and the Kings will be looking to select up to four (4) Sydney Kings Development Players. This is a great opportunity for young Sydney basketballers to be a part of the Kings pathway and eventually secure a contract with the Sydney Kings.  It will also be an opportunity for Sydney based coaches to be a part of the Rookie Camp each year.
  • Promote a primary schools engagement program ‘So you think you can play’, which  is aimed at creating strong community links between schools, basketball associations and the Sydney Kings. It provides the school children a taste of being a part of a Sydney Kings home game at the Qudos Bank Arena.
  • Promote Aussie Hoops, a national junior development program aimed at 5-10year olds at Sydney Kings home games
  • Support the Basketball NSW Campus, through guest appearances by Sydney Kings players and coaches.
  • To host one 1) metropolitan forum, where the Sydney Kings will be given an opportunity to present to the associations and also network with associations key decision makers.

This partnership is the first of its kind, and shows how seriously the new ownership of the Sydney Kings is to reaching out to the wider NSW basketball community.

This new partnership was exhibited on September 1st, when the Kings hosted more than 40 children – from all across NSW’s Sydney associations – at Qudos Bank Arena, conducting shooting, passing and dribbling clinics.

The night was a massive success, and included some incredible feats of athleticism as new import Michael Bryson jumped over multiple children and dunked the ball home in style, which can be seen in a video produced from the night.

That video can be seen here and will be available to share on the Sydney Kings Facebook page and at

The Sydney Kings open their NBL season against the Brisbane Bullets at 5pm on October 8th, at Qudos Bank Arena.





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