Monthly Archives: April 2011

Day 7 (finals): U18 Aust Jnr Champs – Men

It was time to start settling the placings when Day 7 tipped-off in the Men's side of the competition.

Day 7 (Finals): U18 Aust Jnr Champs – Women

It's getting to the pointy end of the tournament as placings start to take shape in the Women's side of the draw.

[Q&A] NSW Country head coach, Wendy Brown

Basketball Australia caught up with NSW Country head coach, Wendy Brown

Basketball mourns the passing of Mal Heard

The Australian Basketball community is in mourning following the sad passing of Aussie great, Mal Heard.

Day 6: U18 Australian Junior Championship - Men

Who will be playing off for a chance at the Grand Final when the regular games wrap up today?

Snelly a European Champion

Australian Opal Belinda Snell has helped her side, Halcon Avenia to a Euroleague championships this week.

Bogut surgery a success

Australian Boomers centre Andrew Bogut has had arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow, enhancing his chances of playing for the Boomers this year, the Herlad Sun's Grantley Bernard reported.

Day 6: Australian Junior Championships - Women

It is the last day of regular competitions as teams look towards finals.

Day 5: U18 Australian Junior Championship - Women

Only two teams remain unbeaten on Day 5 - can anyone beat SA Metro and Queensland South.

Day 5: U18 Australian Junior Championship - Men

There were some big match-ups on the schedule when play resumed on Day 5 of the Men's competition.

[Q&A] Queensland South's captain Madelyn Willey

Queensland South is currently cruising along with 5 wins and a doughnut in the loss column. And part of that success has to do with the play of Madelyn Willey.

Day 4: U18 Australian Championship - Women

Women: Pool A WA Metro vs Queensland North Both teams needed the win in this match-up after less-than-ideal starts to the tournament; it was WA Metro that ran away with the game, sealing the victory 62-44. For the WA side,

Day 4: U18 Australian Championship - Men

Men: Pool A New Zealand vs SA Country New Zealand has claimed another scalp on Day 4 of the championship, beating the team from SA Country by four points, 54-50. In a low-scoring affair the sides traded horror quarters in

Cambage chosen secomd in WNBA Draft by Tulsa Shock

Australian Basketball rising star and Australian Jayco Opal Elizabeth Cambage has been selected at number two overall in America’s Women’s National Basketball Association’s draft in Bristol Connecticut this morning.

Day 3: U18 Australian Championship - Men

Two nail-biters tipped-off day three in the men's side of the U18 Championship.