About

The St Anne's Basketball Club (SABC) was established in 1992 by Angela Greatorex to give children an opportunity to participate in a team sport. SABC is based in East Kew and welcomes children of all abilities into a supportive environment. The club's basic objectives are to teach skills and to encourage each player to develop a positive attitude towards themselves, the team, the Club and the game of basketball.

SABC is family oriented and relies heavily on the involvement of parents, siblings and our supporters.

SABC has strong links with a number of local schools, particularly St Anne’s Primary School at East Kew, and currently has 21 teams participating each week in the Hawthorn Basketball Association competition.The Hawthorn Basketball Association comprises nearly 600 teams competing across age groups from under 9's to the under 21's. The Hawthorn Basketball Association select participants for the Hawthorn Magic Junior Representative Program.

 

SABC's Role

  • organises its teams' registrations, training sessions and presentation nights; and
  • provides the network necessary for families and members of the local community to mix and participate in a fun team environment.

SABC has a very committed team of volunteers as Committee members, coaches, team managers and players, all of whom work hard so that our children can get out there and play basketball every week.

 

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Code of Conduct

PLAYERS Never argue with an official. If you disagree, have your coach or manager approach the referee during a break or after the game in an appropriate manner. Control your temper. Verbal abuse of officials or other players, deliberately distracting or provoking an opponent is not acceptable or permitted in basketball. Be a good sport. Acknowledge all good plays whether Continue Reading

The Competition

Hawthorn Basketball Association (HBA) is a member association of Basketball Victoria which operates under the auspices of Basketball Australia. The HBA is approximately the twelfth largest among the Victorian associations, with respect to numbers of registered players. The Association, like our Club, is run by volunteers and all member clubs are expected to delegate representatives to the executive and the Continue Reading

Team Operation

Team Manager Each team requires a parent to take on the role of team manager. This role is essential to the smooth running of the team and the club, and we strongly encourage all parents to help in this way at some stage of their child’s time with the club. The team manager should work in a co-operative role with Continue Reading

Disciplinary Process

If the behaviour of a player or group of players, either on or off the court, at training or at games, is considered by the coach to be unacceptable, then the coach will: Warn the player Seek the help of the team manager or supervising parent Ask the parents of the player/s to attend training and/or games Bench the player/s Continue Reading

Fees

Fees for the Winter 2019 Season are: 1st child $275; 2nd child $250; 3rd & subsequent child $225 All fees must be paid prior to the first game of the season, otherwise the player may lose their place in the team. Please note that players are not covered by insurance until fees are paid and the registration form is returned or Continue Reading

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