The Frankston Blues - BA Coe result is as follows: 79-75 ( 24-21 )
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Knox Raiders vs Ballarat Miners/Rush Saturday 27th April Women 6pm | Men 8pm After a brief brake over the Easter weekend NBL1 is back. Our Raiderswomen have started the season in great form and currently sit 4th on theladder. The Rush come into SBC on the hunt for their first win, havingbattled to 0-3 so
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The Summer 2019 Appleby Junior Domestic Finals and Under 8 Encouragement Day are almost here! Forall your finals and U8 Encouragement Day information, please see the links below. Huge thank you to our Junior Domestic sponsor, Appleby Real Estate and the Junior Domestic Committee for their support and hard work throughout the season Good luck
"This is a very exciting crop of elite level talent who will continue to develop over the coming years as they strive for further national representation.
February 2019 Congratulations to our Junior Domestic Players the of the Month.
King, a New Zealand native, finished second for the Global Academy in scoring at this year's Under-20 Australian Championships, averaging 15.1 points per game and knocking down 15 three-pointers while Jones also impressed with a team-high 6.7 rebounds per game.
Stacey Barr was unstoppable, recording 30 points on 11-21 shooting while proving her ability to knock down shots from all around the floor as she also drilled 5-9 from the three-point line.
The Frankston Blues - BA Coe (Basketball - SEABL, Women) match in 16/06/2018 11:30 is now complete.
This Queens Birthday long week will see Frankston Blues junior teams compete across the state in 3 d...
"Banjo is an exciting post player," said CoE men's head coach, Adam Caporn.
BA CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE PREPARING FOR INAUGURAL NBL1 SEASON
Hometown: Wahroonga, New South Wales
There is also some WNBL talent with Melbourne Boomers development player, Jade Melbourne, honing her talents with the CoE while Sara-Rose Smith is a Youth Olympic 3x3 bronze medallist from last year.
Lee will lead the guard rotation for the men's team after recording four assists per contest at the Under-18 Asian Championships while Wigness, despite only turning 17 next week, brings experience to the side having competed at the Under-16 and Under-18 Asian Championships as well as Under-17 World Cup.
Memberships for the 2019 NBL1 season are now available! WHATS INCLUDED IN THE MEMBERSHIP? Your 2019 memberships card gets you Entry to all Knox Raiders NBL1 home games (regular season) Reserved seating for all Knox Raiders NBL1 home games Entry to all Knox Raiders Big V Youth Championship home games (regular season) 10% off
Frankston Blues Junior teams have had a terrific start to the National Junior Classic.Our Under ...
Siobhan Calafiore of The Courier covered a controversial finish to the Rushs loss to Launceston: https://www.thecourier.com.au/story/5430569/ballarat-rush-falls-short-by-a-single-point-as-coach-questions-controversial-call/
At the other end of the ladder to Frankston, Bendigo have taken their record to 9-0 after thrashing Sandringham on Friday night. In a battle between second and third, Nunawading upset Kilsyth on the road to tighten the gap at the top of the table while Launceston are also rising on the back of five consecutive victories. Ballarat also completed the Tassie road double, falling by a point to the Tornadoes the night after defeating Hobart by five points but those performances will still give them confidence of making some noise in the second half of the season. Sydney Uni ended a two-game losing streak against Canberra and Geelong got back on track the night after falling to Dandenong with a win over Albury/Wodonga.
The team will be better for that experience and will be keen to back up their efforts with another playoff run in 2019.
In addition, a few players that earned CoE scholarships last year will get their first taste of competition including Banjo Talbot and Lucas Schmidt.
She was beaten in the final by a Victorian team sporting Emma-Nnopu (9.4 points, 7.9 rebounds and 2.6 steals per game which was the second most overall) and Scanlon who averaged 8.3 points per game.
During the 2018 SEABL season, the CoE were eligible for finals for the first time and the men took the opportunity as they finished sixth on the ladder before falling to Bendigo in the Elimination Final.
They kept their foot down for the remainder of the game, succeeding by 40 points and holding their opponents to 25% shooting while hitting 50% from the field themselves.
Shereesha Richards and Toccara Ross proved to be too strong down low, combining for 27 points, 20 rebounds and four steals while helping the Blues out-score the CoE 44-22 in the paint and the visitors also saw all ten members of the side hit the scoreboard.
High school: The Peninsula School
"Melbourne and Pollerd have been members of the Sapphires while Prior and Price represented the Under-15 national team at the FIBA Oceania qualifiers late last year," said CoE women's head coach, Kristen Veal.