Happy Days
Years ago

All SEABL clubs return letters of intent for 2014

Now how many SEABL clubs are leaving to go to BIGV?????


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Years ago

clearly everyone left because of the scaremongering...still much better than Big V

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Years ago

That should silence the BigV anti SEABL big mouths once and for all.

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Years ago

gaff to the supercats. might be able to get them over the line next year????


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Years ago

Any rumours in the mill for SEABL?

New players?

Player movements?

New imports?

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Years ago

Brissie leaving too. not.

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SEABL Watcher  
Years ago

It's been amazingly quiet regarding player movements, probably because clubs have been focussed on the new organisation under BA control. I expect we will see some announcements shortly since I know of a few changes & teams seem to like to have their core group of local players locked up in October.

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Years ago

Yes who were DEFINITELY leaving....Frankston......Knox......Albury......Brisbane.......

Stick that in ya pipe and smoke it....

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Years ago

Notice no one from Big V ever said that any clubs were coming across!
Knowing people involved at different levels in the Big V they always maintained that all the talk on the forums was crap and that no one was coming across!

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Happy Days  
Years ago

Offers are on the table for some imports but there testing the market to see whats availible.Things will start moving soon.Gaff is a good pickup for Geelong as Loader can now come in off the bench if required.I like the import 1 and 5 set up.

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Years ago

Speaking of recruiting... Have Knox men got anyone? Or just releasing everyone?

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Years ago

The South East Australian Basketball League can advise that all 16 teams have signed Letters of Intent to participate in the 2014 SEABL season.The following teams will participate in the 2014 SEABL season:

· Albury-Wodonga (men & women)
· Ballarat (men & women)
· Bendigo (men & women)
· Brisbane (men & women)
· Canberra (men & women)
· Dandenong (men & women)
· Frankston (men & women)
· Geelong (men & women)
· Hobart (men & women)
· Kilsyth (men & women)
· Knox (men & women)
· Launceston (women)
· Mt Gambier (men)
· Nunawading (men & women)
· NW Tasmania (men)
· Sandringham (men & women)

SEABL can also announce that as part of its bi-yearly review of the conference structure, the following changes are slated for 2014:

· In both the men's and the women’s competition, teams will be moved across conferences in order to achieve more equitable competition.
· The men’s and women’s teams from the same club may no longer be in the same conference. Regardless, the men and women's teams from the same club should still have the same fixture and travel together on away road trips.

*** As expected, good news on all fronts, with an interesting note on the cross conference idea for next season...

I would love to see more innovation and the SEABL continue to develop and improve, because I believe it has a future and the noise at the moment is positive, good stuff so far! ***

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Years ago

can't they just get rid of the conference system - what benefit does it actually provide?

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Years ago

I would actually like to see four conferences in the future, to entice extra teams to participate and get the SEABL looking ike a mini NBA, on the face of it...

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Happy Days  
Years ago

Usually the club will negotiate a payout which is a minimum 1 months salary.Most players seem to be happy with that at the lower levels.

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Years ago

I think you will find that the clubs like the conference system because it allows for two conference finals that draw some revenue back into the club. Hopefully teams don't try to outspend each other again as the league is getting really strong again.

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Years ago

Seabl Watcher, the vote on the BA stuff has not taken place yet.

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Years ago

Spectres have announced today the re-signing of league mvp Shane MacDonald

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Years ago

Yep it's on the seabl website.

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Years ago

Is SEABL still changing its name?

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Rollin -in  
Years ago

Still rumors around that the Riverland Raiders and the Mildura Heat are looking at playing in Adelaide next season. (Does anyone know if this is true)

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