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Quirindi Junior Basketball Semi-Finals

Thursday 3rd September Semi Finals

5:10 Mini-Ball

6:00 Tamarang v Lawlor’s Transport (Major)

6:50 A Laurie Fencing v Lowes Petroleum (Minor)

Preliminary Finals

Friday 4th September

5:10 Year 3-4-5 Loser of Major v Winner of Minor

6:00 Year 6-7 – Country Mile Sign’s v Yogi’s Place

6:50 Year 8-9-10 – Quirindi Plumbing v  Coffee Pot

Grand Finals & Presentation Night

Friday 11th September

5:10 Mini- Ball

Mini-ball Presentation

6:00 Year 3-4-5 Grand Final*

Year 3-4-5 & U12 NJL Presentations

7:00 Year 6-7 Grand Final* Tradies v ????

Year 6-7 & U14 NJL Presentations

8:00 Year 8-9-10 Grand Finals* Tradies v ????

Year 8-9-10, U16 & U18 Presentations

*Note: Tip off may be delayed depending on presentation times.

 There has been some disappointing displays from some Players and Parents as of late. Quirindi Basketball encourages everyone to refresh themselves with our behaviour codes as listed below.

Quirindi Junior Basketball

Codes Of Behaviour

Players Code

Be a good sport

Play for enjoyment

Work hard for your team as well as yourself

Treat all team mates and opponents as you enjoy being treated yourself

Play by the rules

Co-operate with your team and game officials

Learn to value honest effort, skilled performance and improvement

Coaches Code

Set a good example for your players

Encourage and create opportunities to develop individual skills

Teach your players to be friendly towards officials and opponents

Remove from the court any of your players whose behaviour is not acceptable

Keep your knowledge of coaching developments of the game up to date

Parent Code

Encourage participation by your children.

Provide a model of good sportsmanship for your child to copy.

Be courteous in your communication with players, team officials, game officials and sports administrators. If unacceptable communication with the above takes place, appropriate steps will be taken to deal with the matter in an official capacity.

Encourage honest effort, skilled performance and team loyalty.

Do not interfere with the conduct of any event.

Spectators Code

Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour – if unacceptable, appropriate steps will be taken to deal with the matter in an official capacity.

Remember children play for enjoyment. Don’t let your behaviour detract from their enjoyment.

Let game officials conduct events without interference.

Support skilled performances and team play with generous applause.

Demonstrate respect for opposing players and their supporters.

 

Quirindi Junior Basketball

Congratulations to Laura Crombie, Emma Golland, Maddison Potter and Nash Porter who were selected from the 2015 U/12 Country Development Day that was held at the Tamworth Sports Dome on August 2nd to participate in the 2015 U/12 Jamboree. The Jamboree will also take place in Tamworth this year from the 19th to the 22nd of September with players selected to participate from all over NSW including, Albury, Goulburn, Newcastle, Gosford, Shoalhaven, Dubbo, Bathurst, Illawarra, Queanbeyan and many other associations.

U12 jamboree

Emma, Laura and Maddison.

 

Nash Porter

Nash Porter

Past News

2015 NJL Div 2 Finals - Aug 10, 15

Under 18 Men & Women -Div 2 Champions Quirindi Junior Basketball have completed their most successful season since joining the northern Junior League claiming 2 championships over the weekend at the Tamworth Sports Dome. Our Under 18 Men and Women’s teams both claimed the title winning their respective grand finals as well as our under […]

NJL Round 4 Port Macquarie - Jun 24, 15

NJL Round 4 Port Macquarie Five of Quirindi’s seven Division 2 representative teams travelled to Port Macquarie over the weekend to compete in round 4 of the Northern Junior League and despite the lack of adequate facilities for Basketball in Quirindi, for both playing and training, our teams continue to punch above their weight coming […]

Shock losses in Lismore - May 26, 15

Shock losses in Lismore Quirindi’s under 18 Men’s unbeaten record in the Northern Junior League has come to an end over the weekend in round 3 of Division 2. The boys went down to Lismore 77 points to 72 and Grafton 92 to 88 before redeeming themselves with a win over Ballina 97 to 82. […]