News & Information
EOI's Now Open CBL Women's Coaching Position
WDABA is currently seeking EOI’s for a Women’s CBL Coach!!!! Closes Wednesday 20th May.
Email your EOI’s to email@example.com answering the following questions with a brief coaches resume –
- Why would you like to be CBL women’s coach
- What can you bring to this role?
- Who would you bring to your coaching staff, assistant coach and team manager?
Any question please call Kristy Leslie on 0423068443
Warragul Tournamnet 8th & 9th February 2020. See link below for all Tournament information.
Welcome to Courtside
Warragul District Amateur Basketball Association has been accepted as a BETA tester for the upcoming release of Courtside. The Courtside application has been developed by SportsTG, to replace the current computer scoring system, Stadium Scoring.
The Courtside application will be running at Warragul Basketball Stadium only for the remainder of the season as a test for Basketball Australia.
Please view the following video for instructions on how to use the Courtside application.
If you have any feedback on ways SportsTG could improve the application to make it simpler for users, please email;
Junior Club Information
Want to find out more information about your local junior Warragul & District Amateur Basketball Association club?
We have a full list of contact details for your club.
You can find it all here: https://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=0-800-0-0-0&sID=84528
If any information is incorrect, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are the Warragul Warriors?
Representative squad is about encouraging young basketball players to further develop their skills and to achieve to the best of their ability in all aspects of the game of basketball.
Squad Representative Sides are made up of players from all clubs registered with the WDABA.
There are approximately 100 plus players aged between 8-17 years involved in these teams, representing teams in age groups from U10’s through to U18’s.
These squad teams have been developed for all age groups to establish and foster skills development and succession planning for a wider range of juniors.
Squad representative basketball is a fantastic way for your child to further develop their basketball skills. It takes quite a commitment from both players and parents, which for a successful team should be encouraged and maintained even when you’d love nothing more than to stay home and not have another trip out the door.
Parents should show support to their child, and encourage team mates equally. Respect should be shown to the coach. Any issues which you may have regarding, team selection or games should be directed to the coach, well after the completion of training sessions or games.
Code of conduct is attached and must be read and signed by players and parents upon registration.
Parents are expected to score on rotation, so please familiarize yourself with the scoring system for both domestic and tournament games.
Squad coaches should be passionate about basketball. They are leaders, with an ability to create a vision of where they want to take their team. Developing a clear picture of their goals and expectations for their team to provide motivation for players to work hard and reach their full potential.
Coaches should be able to clearly communicate on three levels,
• Practice and training structure for players
• Expectations for players’ behavior
• Association administrators and parents general communication
Team rules and expectations as set out at the commencement of the season are to be adhered for the duration of the season.
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