Years ago

Darren Ng returns to 36ers as Club Doctor

Ninja returns to 36ers

"We are excited to have another past player involved with the club. To be able to entice Darren back to the club in this role is a big plus given his experience and knowledge of the game." said Dean Parker, General Manager.

Darren starts his role as club doctor next week and fans will get to see him as part of the team on game nights, just not in the familiar number 8

Great news!

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Years ago

Great news and great to see a local man remain with the team in a different role.

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Years ago

This is awesome and probably unprecendented in pro sport

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Years ago

Many unprecedented things have occurred in the NBL yet the media ignores it, e.g. DMac and son playing in the same game together (a bball first?) and also Scott Butler and his then wife reffing a game together.

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