Happy Days
Years ago

Frankston Basketball Expansion Plans

Frankston looking at expansion to there existing 6 court set up with another 4-5 courts.Got some seed funding to do a study $135k which says in the next 20 years they will grow from 7000 to 8000 participants. Be interesting to see where the money is going to come from to fund this considering the development of the new Aquatic centre.
http://www.frankstonbasketball.asn.au/index.php?id=55

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wayne  
Years ago

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Joker  
Years ago

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Happy Days  
Years ago

Slow and steady wins the race.Maybe the council could spend the $135k on fixing the existing stadium in particular the toilets and changerooms.

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Melbourne Boy  
Years ago

Frankston Big V in 2014, already on the table.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Surely not Melbourne Boy.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Wayne you may be onto something!

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Melbourne Boy  
Years ago

I said on the table, not a done deal, discussions have taken place.

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Isaac  
Years ago

FYI, a few Frankston-related posts on Hoops have been removed and identifying (IP and timestamp) information passed on to lawyers representing the basketball club. Remember that you are responsible for what you post and must think about what you write before you submit it.

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The Situation  
Years ago

I imagine a Frankston lawyer to be a dodgier version of Saul Goodman.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Good work Isaac - the Blues are working hard to move forward and need some positive feedback. Look at for both men and women in 2014.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Change rooms are prehistoric. There should be a SEABL standard for a simple thing like modern change rooms rather than original 60's flooding rooms.
If you cant comply with such a simple thing, then bye, bye SEABL.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Nunawading would be in trouble then if we are judging SEABL eligibility on the standard of change rooms.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Nunawading is a palace compared the Franga

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paul  
Years ago

You should come down to Frankston sometime Cuss, you might like it! I hear there's a good footy club down there.

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Happy Days  
Years ago

Frankston Council allocates $500k towards redevelopment of new stadium 14/15. Spending $6m on new yacht club so going to be waiting a while for more funding.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

wonder what spin they will put on that

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