Country Championships. The Country Championships are conducted yearly for the U12, U14, U16 and U18 age groups. BVC affiliated associations and country Victorian athletes are accepted in what is the pinnacle of Town vs Town competition in country Victoria. Events are held over multiple days in a round robin and knock out setting.
Some ideas are instantaneous. They take little development and can be actioned in the shortest time frame. When the Australian Junior Championships were first born, it was a male stomping ground. Surf Coast Basketball is keen to launch its inaugural senior teams in the upcoming Country Basketball League (CBL) season.
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Due to current restrictions on basketball within Regional Victoria, Basketball Victoria has unfortunately had to cancel the Country Junior Domestic Championships (CJDCs) scheduled to be held in Geelong on 2-3 October 2021. While the announcement of easing of restrictions in regional Victoria is a pleasing step towards basketball returning to full competition, we are currently unable to host any indoor basketball tournaments and have the venue capacity required to host the CJDCs.
The Junior Country Championships are a highlight on the yearly calendar and it’s set to be no different in 2022! Basketball Victoria is proud to announce that the upcoming 2022 Junior Country Championships team nominations are now open! A tournament-style event that covers the entirety of regional Victoria, the 2021 event was basked in glory, having been one of the very few events to be fully completed at every age group.
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Over the past weekend, Basketball Victoria Country held the Under 14 Junior Country Championships in Traralgon. Similar to our representative teams that we are able to send to participate in these events, we also have the opportunity to send referees and referee coaches to represent Southern Peninsula Basketball Association.
By Oliver Lees. The Macedon Ranges Basketball Association (MRBA) is king of the country for the first time, following its championship win last weekend. The MRBA under-14 boy’s squad has taken out the Division 1 title of the Basketball Victoria Country (BVC) Championships after winning 10 straight games in their round robin tournament in Traralgon. The Country Championships are held annually between the under-12 and under-18 age groups, with the best players from across each association ...
Level 1. Level 1 officials has the foundation skills and knowledge to work at Junior Rep (Melb Utd. VJBL) and Senior Rep (Big V) levels in all roles except Chair. To receive your Level 1 qualification, you must successfully complete a one-day course and exam. Officials are also evaluated in each of the scoretable roles during a game.
Future stars on show at Victorian Under-18 Basketball Country Championships. Some of Victoria’s elite basketball talent will be on show in Bendigo this weekend.