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ANON
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East Coast Challange

Just wondering if anyone has been watching the ECC.

Vic and SA seem to be going well.

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Anonymous
Last year
15:21 8 Jan 16

Reply #572944

re: East Coast Challange

Just wondering if anyone ever rests? Ever?

Like, it's January. 18s is in April. 16s is in June/July.

How about we have 3 months off from organised basketball and enjoy some down time?


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Anonymous
Last year
16:37 8 Jan 16

Reply #572953

re: East Coast Challange

Feel free to have that time yourself.


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Bear
Last year
19:48 8 Jan 16

Reply #572976

re: East Coast Challange

An anon poster complaining about too much basketball on a basketball forum, wow...


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Anonymous
Last year
20:05 8 Jan 16

Reply #572979

re: East Coast Challange

All finals were VIC Metro V VIC Metro - all 4 courts. VIC Metro won.


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solomun tulum mix
Last year
06:39 9 Jan 16

Reply #573000

re: East Coast Challange

Link?


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Anonymous
Last year
08:04 9 Jan 16

Reply #573001

re: East Coast Challange

Nothing available re scores online I don't think.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:57 10 Jan 16

Reply #573113

re: East Coast Challange

So now that east coast is done. Who made the state team. Including emergency


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Anonymous
Last year
19:25 10 Jan 16

Reply #573117

re: East Coast Challange

The VIC Metro girls have been told, not sure about the boys. I'm sure BV will announce it soon.


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Anonymous
Last year
19:47 10 Jan 16

Reply #573120

re: East Coast Challange

So come on. Let's get the team list predictions out before they come out.


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Anonymous
Last year
19:52 10 Jan 16

Reply #573121

re: East Coast Challange

Are you guys talking about u16 u18 or u20 state teams?


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Anonymous
Last year
19:54 10 Jan 16

Reply #573122

re: East Coast Challange

Under 18's.


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Anonymous
Last year
19:58 10 Jan 16

Reply #573123

re: East Coast Challange

U20 Victoria Women Navy

TEAM
Monique Andriuolo (Hume City)
Chloe Bibby (Horsham/Dandenong)
Shannon Dufficy (Diamond Valley)
Chantel Horvat (COE/Geelong)
Courtney Middap (Southern Peninsula)
Chloe Molloy (Seymour/Eltham)
Georgia Pineau (Nunawading)
Alexandra Sharp (COE / Diamond Valley)
Courtenay Wragg (Diamond Valley)
Brittany Wunhym (Nunawading)

Staff
Head Coach: Dee Butler
Assistant Coach: Andrew Potter
Assistant Coach: Katrina Hibbert
Team Manager: Barbara Evans


U20 Victoria Women White

TEAM
Olivia West (Diamond Valley)
Alex Strawhorn (Bendigo)
Jacqui Trotto (Nunawading)
Ally Bates (Bulleen)
Grace Collett (Diamond Valley)
Emma Pearce (Bulleen)
Georgia Dale (Eltham)
Genna Ogier (Seymour/Nunawading)
Taylah Simmons (Nunawading)
Madison Rocci (Werribee/CoE)

Staff
Head Coach: Kristen Veal
Assistant Coach: Hannah Lowe
Team Manager: Lisa Page


U20 Victoria Men Navy

TEAM
Jack Bines (Melbourne)
Matt Owies (Melbourne)
Sebastiano Lamonato (Blackburn)
Andrew Panayiotou (Melbourne)
Mason Peatling (Dandenong)
Jock Perry (Melbourne/CoE)
Sam Short (Ballarat)
Dejan Vasiljevic (Melbourne/CoE)
Jack White (Traralgon/CoE)
Tom Wilson (Melbourne/CoE)
Staff
Head Coach: Trevor Lee
Assistant Coach: Dale Ryan
Assistant Coach: Chris Helliger
Team Manager: Shelley Reynolds


U20 Victoria Men White

TEAM
Thomas O'Connor (Eltham)
Gabe Hadley (Dandenong)
Jack McDonald (McKinnon)
Ovie Magbegor (Coburg)
Tristan Lloyd (Phillip Island/Dandenong)
Harry Cheverley (Frankston)
Sam Whelan (Maffra)
Blake Allison (Melton)
Hugh Baxter (Melbourne)
Daniel Robertson (Eltham)

Staff
Head Coach: Justin Schueller
Assistant Coach: Michael Czepil
Team Manager: Craig Hockley


Ivor Burge Country Men

TEAM
Gheorghe Boere
Lachlan Brannelly
Ben Holt
Mark Hutton
Kyle Keane
Philp Mahoney
Jack Morrison
James Myers
Matthew Tuddenham
Nathan Walsh

Emergencies
Tyler Bartley
Mitchell Price

Staff
Head Coach: Glen Jordan
Assistant Coach: Amy Moore
Development Coach: Adam Taylor
Team Manager: Brad Molenkamp


Ivor Burge Country Women

TEAM
Brooke Baker
Zoe Ford
Laura Flynn
Georgia Hoad
Sophie Hughes
Maggie Murray
Evie Patterson
Chloe Turner
Monica Ward
Samantha Williver

Staff
Head Coach: Sarah Huxtable
Assistant Coach: Rhoden Fry
Assistant Coach: Brett Robinson
Team Manager: Simone Carrafa


Ivor Burge Metro Men

TEAM
Emmanuel Bongomin
Frazer Dawber
Jake De La Motte
Luke Eldridge
Hayden Ferguson
Luke Nicholls
Arthur Peters
Jamie Phililps
Cameron Slacik
Fraser Trenfield

Staff
Head Coach: Julia Walsh
Assistant Coach: Damian Clarke
Assistant Coach: Ryan Holloway
Development Coach: Michael Paterson
Team Manager: Karen Paterson


Ivor Burge Metro Women

TEAM
Danni Burden
Jasmine Dellas
Shannon Hamilton
Sam Hough
Kate Leckenby
Jessica McCulloch
Dani Phillips
Lois Shea
Molly Urquhart-Moran

Staff
Head Coach: Sarah Parsons
Assistant Coach: Rosie Moult
Team Manager: Kerryn O’Donnell


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Anonymous
Last year
20:00 10 Jan 16

Reply #573124

re: East Coast Challange

U18s..
Is that 98 born and younger boys and girls?


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Anonymous
Last year
20:15 10 Jan 16

Reply #573127

re: East Coast Challange

Born 98 to 99.


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Anonymous
Last year
20:18 10 Jan 16

Reply #573129

re: East Coast Challange

A lot of those girls playing u20s are 98. Will they play u18s also?


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Anonymous
Last year
20:28 10 Jan 16

Reply #573130

re: East Coast Challange

Okay than 97-98.


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Anonymous
Last year
20:35 10 Jan 16

Reply #573133

re: East Coast Challange

Guessing but.. Those who aren't playing u20. Mainly 99 born.

Country women's
Shelley
Hurst
Rennie
Brasilis
Dangelo
Sutherland
Nnopu

Metro women's
George
Tear poa
Puli
Gould
Rowe
Pizzey
Batish
Cochrane
Magbegor


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Anonymous
Last year
22:09 10 Jan 16

Reply #573139

re: East Coast Challange

Not a bad guess but not 100% - some of these kids are highly promoted by their parents and pseudo scouts that make mix tapes that feed off them - there are some that are not even in this age group.

It would be fun to have a topic about which kid has way too much parent driven social media but can't because they may be under 18yo.

The notorious laughing stock of basketball is in the u20s women's team now...the one chasing her is in the u16s Vic Metro program.


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Anonymous
Last year
22:17 10 Jan 16

Reply #573141

re: East Coast Challange

99 & 00 for u18


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Anonymous
Last year
20:00 11 Jan 16

Reply #573212

re: East Coast Challange

^ agree with above post:

This year U18's are born '99 Top Age and '00 Bottom Age.

U20's is born '97 Top Age, born '98 Bottom age.


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anon
Last year
15:50 12 Jan 16

Reply #573275

re: East Coast Challange

So with VICs getting to put two womens and two mens teams in the U/20 Nationals what is this telling us about these championships.

Obviously other teams have pulled out(e.g.NZ).

So how do Vics get to put two teams in and how embarrassing would it be if they play each other in the Grand Final.

You though they may have given the 2nd teams to QLD considering they are hosting the event but then also it shows that the VICs are the strongest and also the talent has really dropped off when it gets to level with definitely the best Kids not interested in playing.


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Anonymous
Last year
15:51 12 Jan 16

Reply #573276

re: East Coast Challange

Stupid having 2 teams and they don't even seperate them by metro and country.


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anon
Last year
16:48 12 Jan 16

Reply #573286

re: East Coast Challange

Under 20's the Metro and Country combined so they will not separate in that regard.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:43 12 Jan 16

Reply #573296

re: East Coast Challange

8 emergencies picked for 2016 under 18 squad. Should have just picked 10.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:51 12 Jan 16

Reply #573299

re: East Coast Challange

^573275
I find your post confusing & ill informed to say the least & not backed up by FACTS.

Maybe you should tell us what this means about these Championships?

I am not sure if you or other posters know the full issue? I believe TAS & NZ & possibly NT will not be represented. This is particularly disappointing as TAS nearly won it last year. Heads should roll somewhere for this to have been allowed to happen.

I'm not sure how Vic have entered two teams. Were they asked, did they lobby for it, or did other state's want them to enter two teams?

If you know this age group, then you'd know the Vic Men's & Women's have been strong in the top age in this age group since U16's, so their depth should be good. I think both Men & Women won the U16 & U18, 2 & 4 years ago. 5 of the Vic Men won the U20's last year, 4 as starters. Three of them won the U18's as bottom age 3 years ago, two as starters.

If this was to happen next year, or the year after, I'd expect NSW to enter or be asked to enter two teams in the Men's.

Not so sure you are accurate with your statement about the talent dropping off and kids not being interested.

The Vics will have
4 COE participants, 5 U17 Australia Representatives,
3 U19 Australia Representatives

QLD will have
2 or 3 COE participants, 2 or 3 U17 Australian Representatives & 1 U19 Australia Representative.

NSW - have never really been strong in this top age group and two of their bottom agers are in the US, one in College & the other in HS.

WA will have one COE participant.

I think if you'd said there is a drop off, particularly QLD & WA because some of their top age kids are already in US College as they start school early - then I may accept your argument argument.

But from what I know only two NSW kids from previous championships will be missing as they are already in the US.

I personally don't think the talent has dropped off. Some kids, as kids do, drop off, stagnate, plateau. Others improve, get better and go past others.

In all sports , some kids peak early because they mature early, which gives them a size, speed, strength advantage in the earlier age groups. By U20's, generally, those advantages no longer exist.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:54 12 Jan 16

Reply #573300

re: East Coast Challange

^ Sorry, off topic this should've been in another thread.


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Anonymous
Last year
19:58 13 Jan 16

Reply #573377

re: East Coast Challange

Just can't understand why their is no Tas for 20s 2016 in boy's or girl's
Just doesn't add up.


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