Highest qualified coach in Australia?

Hey guys, just had a litrle thought to myself, who is the highest qualified coach in Australia?
Or who would be the highest qualified coach in the junior BSA district system?

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.  
Years ago

anyone that has coached a national team

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.  
Years ago

sorry international - i.e. aus rep team

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Marty Clarke?

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Mick  
Years ago

Mark Radford.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Tracy york

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Hanging Round  
Years ago

Junior District- I believe that Peter Ali is Level 3.
Not too many of these around

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traveller  
Years ago

Given that he's president of the World Association of Basketball Coaches, you'd have to include Patrick Hunt

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jason  
Years ago

Where is Pat Hunt coaching now, i remember him when i was playing junior nationals and he was always court side. i remember he would give up his time to help anyone and everyone
Level 3 is the highest unless you are a national senior coach

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Anonymous  
Years ago

level 3 is the highest...

but can no longer be achieved within australia...

currently level two is the highest you can currently gain within Australia.

so only those coaches who already attainted their level 3 before these recent changes will be the highest qualified level 3 coaches in Australia.

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Young Gun  
Years ago

Lindsay Gaze? Has coached the Boomers & been on several international committees & panels

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Simon Pritchard

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SVD  
Years ago

The way Marty Clarke coaches I would say he is pretty "high"

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Have a look at Beveridge's pedigree... hard to match right now.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Only a handful have level 3 from my understanding. Dean Kinsman is one!!

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BigAds  
Years ago

Will the responses to the OP assist Basketball Australia in the preparation of short list of potential Boomer coaches for Rio 2016?

Or is this for a possible head coaching position of a NBL team?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

deans kinsmen is terrible...

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Radford is the best

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Midnight Blue  
Years ago

Anonymous- Dean Kinsman terrible!!
What a " load of crock" have you ever played the game let alone played under DK.
Ask some of the most dedicated and decorated players both Juniors or Seniors in several states and they would argue the opposite!!
His successful coaching career and record at International level remain the facts and counters your ridiculous comment.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Midnight chill out, Kinsman is nothing special, but to answer the OP's question define "Qualified"?

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.  
Years ago

i have been coaching a long time - the secret to the well credentialed coaches - is they never take on a bad team.

Will always walk away from a dud group.

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