Anonymous
Two years ago

2017 U14 Nationals

All touring teams have now been selected in WA, after the boys qualification tournament was held on the weekend. Willetton, Rockingham and Perry Lakes will head to Dandenong representing WA in the boys. Willetton, Perry Lakes and Joondalup will represent WA in the girls

Have any of the other states had their qualification tournament yet?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Qld maybe..

Gold Coast - 1st bqjbc
Southern districts - 2nd bqjbc
Cairns - 1st qnjbc

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Girls ^

Boys ..
Brisbane - 1st bqjbc
Southern districts - 2nd bqjbc
Mackay - 1st qnjbc

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Sa top 2 in summer finals were
Might change by the time nationals come round though with winter season starting soon.

U14 boys Norwood beat North Adelaide
U14 girls Sturt beat Southern

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DJ Rod  
Two years ago

Dont the Qld teams get selected from the State Championships in April???

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Yeah, they do...
But they are the most likely teams to qualify.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

so much talent in this age group.

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DJ Rod  
Two years ago

Cairns won the boys QNJBC in U14 btw...

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Great that you've brought this up.

But aren't the U14 Club Championships in early October?

That's more than 6 months from now?

In this age group, so much can change in that time.

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the prophet  
Two years ago

in SA girls Sturt are the current benchmark - however Tigers will start overtaking them in State Champs with a full team and by the end of Winter will be SA's best team.
Forestville will improve and be 3rd best - West or South 4th

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

No one will catch Sturt in 14 girls.

Sounds like there's been a lot of movement in 14 boys.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Top girls teams are

Bulleen
Dandenong
Sturt
Gold Coast
Newcastle

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The prophet  
Two years ago

Mark my words Southern Tigers will be up there well coached and have recruited well for Winter. And what about Diamond Valley anon ?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

DV is good but not sure it's as good as previous years.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

I'm sorry, we're actively admitting recruiting players in juniors!? Whatever happened to having strong, competitive clubs across the board and increasing the level of competition rather than the rich just getting richer. What a disgrace

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the prophet  
Two years ago

you maybe confusing recruiting v poaching ? clubs are supposed to recruit

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

It's poaching. Wolves were paying $ whereas Stirling weren't or very minimal amounts. So it was just a case of more $, which is nothing to do with recruting.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Poaching is taking kids from another club. Recruiting is finding kids who don't already play. Recruiting is what Tigers have done in this instance.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Sorry I thought this was the SBL thread. Oops.

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anon  
Two years ago

At under 14 level, i dont know of any recruiting. I see the parent group get friendly with other parents and (when they see they may be looking for another option) offer up their club as an option based on the fit.

The strong clubs are USUALLy strong at this level based on parents wanting their kids to play for winning clubs.

I hope the Tigers do well, i LOVE what they are doing this year and the kids are awesome at under 14 level.

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Anon  
Two years ago

It's going to be a great tournament, good players and good coaches at all the victorian clubs and no doubt from interstate, will get big crowds in Melbourne too

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

So QLD teams are now sorted with Cairns, Brisbane & Southern Districts in the boys. When will we know other states SA, TAS, NSW etc

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

So who will qualify from Vic & NSW? Obviously Dandenong will be one of the five teams from Vic being the host association - Who are the other favourites from the final two states to finalise their teams?

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Predicta  
Two years ago

New South Wales - Teams that SHOULD qualify

Boys - Sydney Comets, Norths Bears, Illawarra Hawks, Newcastle Hunters
Girls - Canberra Capitals, Newcastle Hunters, Sydney Comets, Manly Sea Eagles

Victoria - Teams that SHOULD qualify

Boys - Dandenong Rangers, Bulleen Boomers, Knox Raiders, Hawthorn Magic
Girls - Dandenong Rangers, Bulleen Boomers, Knox Raiders, Nunawading Spectres

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Predicta finger firmly on the pulse, Knox girls not even in VC Champ

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Could be wrong, but I think it's this so far.


U14 Club Champs-Girls (24 teams)
QLD-
(1)Gold Coast Waves, (2)Cairns Dolphins, (3)South West Metro Pirates
NSW-
(1),(2),(3),(4),(5)
VIC-
(1),(2),(3),(4),(5)
SA-
(1)Forestville Eagles, (2)Sturt Sabres, (3)Southern Tigers
WA-
(1)Willetton Tigers, (2)Joondalup Wolves, (3)Perry Lakes Hawks
TAS-
(1)North West Tasmania, (2)South Tasmania
NT-
(1)Darwin Cyclones, (2)NT Suns
ACT-
(1)Canberra Capitals


U14 Club Champs-Boys (24 teams)
QLD-
(1)Cairns Marlins, (2)Brisbane Capitals, (3)Southern Districts Spartans
NSW-
(1),(2),(3),(4),(5)
VIC-
(1),(2),(3),(4),(5)
SA-
(1)Norwood Flames, (2)North Adelaide Rockets, (3)Sturt Sabres
WA-
(1)Perth Redbacks, (2)Rockingham Flames, (3)Stirling Senators
TAS-
(1)North Tasmania, (2)South Tasmania
NT-
(1)Darwin Cyclones, (2)NT Suns
ACT-
(1)Canberra Gunners

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Got the wa teams wrong^

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Willetton (1) Rockingham (2) Perry Lakes (3) << wa boys

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Looking at waratah tables, Sydney and Illawarra go through in the boys currently being undefeated. Dandenong take up one Vic spot in boys and girls being the hosts. Safe to say bulleen will also go close in boys and girls too

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Nunawading is 1 seed girls.
Add Bulleen, dandy, diamond valley, +1

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Nunawading has to beat hawthorn to get in, not sure how that makes them #1 seed? Everyone know Bulleen are the #1 team in U/14 girls in the country.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

http://vjbl.com.au/nunawading-spectres-book-club-championships-berth/

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Should've read 'had'

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Vic

Boys
Bulleen, Hawthorn, Dandenong, Eltham, Geelong

Girls
Bulllen, Diamond Valley, Eltham, Dandenong, Numawading, Ballarat

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Top 5 teams in the boys likely to be out of Bulleen, Cairns, Sydney, Sturt, Rockingham, Illawarra, Dandenong & Willetton

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Cairns easy in boys

Womens is tough with Bulleen, Sturt, Forestville, Sydney. Gold Coast maybe if they can Improve backcourt play.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

http://www.bnsw.com.au/2017/08/01/2017-helloworld-u14-club-championships-team-announcement/

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Anon  
Two years ago

The amount of teams going to this tournament now is rediculous.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Hasnt it always been 24 clubs?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

U14 Club Champs-Girls (24 teams)
QLD-
Gold Coast Waves, Cairns Dolphins, South West Metro Pirates
NSW-
Sydney Comets, Manly Sea Eagles, Maitland Mustangs, Newcastle Hunters
VIC-
Bulleen Boomers, Diamond Valley Eagles, Eltham Wildcats, Dandenong Rangers, Nunawading Spectres, Ballarat Miners
SA-
Forestville Eagles, Sturt Sabres, Southern Tigers
WA-
Willetton Tigers, Joondalup Wolves, Perry Lakes Hawks
TAS-
North West Tasmania, South Tasmania
NT-
Darwin Cyclones, NT Suns
ACT-
Canberra Capitals


U14 Club Champs-Boys (24 teams)
QLD-
Cairns Marlins, Brisbane Capitals, Southern Districts Spartans
NSW-
Sydney Comets, Norths Bears, Illawarra Hawks, Newcastle Hunters, Sutherland Sharks
VIC-
Bulleen Boomers, Hawthorn Magic, Dandenong Rangers, Eltham Wildcats, Geelong Supercats
SA-
Norwood Flames, North Adelaide Rockets, Sturt Sabres
WA-
Willetton Tigers, Rockingham Flames, Perry Lakes Hawks
TAS-
North Tasmania, South Tasmania
NT-
Darwin Cyclones, NT Suns
ACT-
Canberra Gunners

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

"The amount of teams going to this tournament now is rediculous."

Got to fit half of Victoria in somehow.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Lots of young talented boys and girls in this group.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Seven weeks out, fixtures must be due out soon?

Interesting that you would expect most of the interstate teams to fly into Melbourne either the day before or on the day of the AFL Grand Final, makes booking flights a priority with prices due to skyrocket.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

http://basketball.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/2017_U14_Draw.pdf

Who's going to win?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Going to be a close one this year.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Team lists announced.

http://basketball.net.au/team-lists-announced-for-2017-under-14-club-championships/

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

A girl there who's 6'4 at 13. Could be camabages height by the time she's done growing.

Some amazing young talent throughout the teams.

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Anon  
Two years ago

The future talent coming through is huge. Looking forward to getting down and seeing the games.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Big loss for Rockingham and the tournament as a whole, with arguably the best player from WA missing the tournament after dislocating his knee in the WABL Grand Final over there last weekend.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

KP?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Yes

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Anon  
Two years ago

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