Congratulations to Nathan Clark on his selection in the NSW Country Under 14′s Squad to participate at the Australian Country Junior Basketball Cup to be held in Albury from the 10th to the 17th of January 2015.
Note: All sessions to be held at the Quirindi High School Hall except Under 12 Girls
Under 12 Girls (Players Born 2004-2005) – Boot Camp
Quirindi Public School 4:30-5:30 Tuesdays
Under 16 Men (Players Born 2000-2001) Tuesday’s 3:45pm
Under 12 Men (Players Born 2004-2005) Tuesday’s 5:00pm
Under 14 Women (Players Born 2002-2003) Friday’s 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Under 14 Men (Players Born 2002-2003) Friday’s 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Under 18 Men & Women (Players Born 1998-1999) Friday’s 7:30pm – 8:30pm
Under 16 Women ((Players Born 2000-2001) Friday’s 7:30pm – 8:30pm
Junior Basketball Grand Finals
The Quirindi Friday Night Junior Basketball Competition has wrapped up with the Coffee Pot defeating B & R Refrigeration in the year 8,9,10 Division 36 points to 33. Despite a flurry of baskets late in the game B & R Refrigeration just couldn’t bridge the gap after The Coffee Pot had gained a comfortable lead early in the second half. The game was played in good spirit with all players contributing to their team’s performance.
Bayliss Trading put together one of their best performances of the season to take the year 6,7 Division Title over Yogi’s Place 49 points to 17. Despite being down by 13 points at the break Yogi’s Place must be given credit for their never give up attitude, competing till the end. Bayliss’s passing game was pretty to watch and proved the difference with plenty of open shots created by their ball movement.
It was an action packed game in the year 3,4,5 Division with McGuckin’s Transport defeating the Tradies 20 points to 14. The year 3,4,5 Division has been a pretty hotly contested competition this season with plenty of newcomers taking to the court. All teams are to be commended or their sportsmanship throughout the year. “We may have lost but we still had fun” Losing Coach Sonja Taylor’s team realising what’s important.
Although our Mini Ballers were slightly down on numbers this year they have also progressed well enjoying their first season. There has been some great little games at the Recreation Centre this season and a big thanks to Mick Clark and Matt Parsons for steering them around the court.
Terry’s Tip: Please Remember Basketball is a team sport. Often I hear players, and sometime their parents, putting too much emphasis on scoring Baskets. If someone is down the court unmarked then they are in a better position than you, pitch the ball ahead. A good pass, steal, block or boxing out your opponent is just as, if not more important than making that basket. After all, DEFENCE WINS GAMES.
Basketballer’s fall in Finals Quirindi’s representative basketball season has come to an end with our under 14 men, under 14 women and under 18 men teams bowing out of the Northern Junior League Division 1 finals held in Grafton on the 26th and 27th of July. All three teams went into the final series in […]
Hartin –Giving back to Basketball Quirindi High School’s year 9/10 A Grade Girls took to the court last week to contest the term 1/2 Grand Final taking on Peel High . Peel had been the dominant team all season and that continued with the Peel girls comfortably taking the win and thus handing the Quirindi […]
Under 16’s have to settle for Silver. Quirindi’s under 16 Women and under 16 Men representative Basketball teams have had to settle for second place after both teams lost their Division 2 Grand Finals in Grafton over the weekend. Both teams had finished 2nd on their respective ladders after the regular season with the Girls […]