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Basketball Vic comps starting back

Looks like Basketball Victoria is working towards indoor training resuming June 22nd, with all competitions resuming July 11th.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Please tell me how clubs can train for 3 weeks and then Bingo Bango start playing. Kids situations will have changed, coaches may not return and small clubs will need to revisit team selection. I too want to return but safely and with at the very least 4/5 weeks to organise teams

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anon905  
Last month

Is this juniors only, as in what happened in NSW with the Waratah League cancelled from Youth League to Championship basically the seniors but juniors are returning ?

Is the Big V going to return in the condensed form ?

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Anon  
Last month

4/5 weeks to organise teams! C'mon, just get the kids out there rather than worry about admin etc. This ain’t the NBA. Yep, they’ll be rusty, and there will be juggling ... but time to let the kids play.

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Hopscotch 61  
Last month

Waratah and Youth League in NSW is still going ahead. Division 2 Waratah has been cancelled.

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Anonymous  
Last month

SA Junior District September start

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Anonymous  
Last month

SA Junior District September start

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Anon  
Last month

Query why SA are waiting so long, given the status of the virus in SA.

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Triton 26  
Last month

Still waiting for Sturt to confirm they are ready...

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Anon  
Last month

Genuine question ... what would be the reason for the delay in SA?

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Triton 26  
Last month

Genuine answer - Sturt have asked for extra time so that their U10 Div 3 team can perfect their full court trap.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Not sure whether trolling or legit.... I'm 50/50 on this one

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Anon  
Last month

Probably trolling. But in fairness, SA has no current active cases. Only two cases since 23 April (7 weeks). Sep is a long time away. SA gov has been quite strict, and it's paid off. Perhaps time to loosen up a little however.

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anon905  
Last month

Is there any reasoning behind the cancellation of the Waratah 2 over the Waratah 1.

Also does that include Youth League Div 2 cancelled Div 1 still on ?

Is the logic mainly that Div 1 is mainly metro teams while Div 2 generally has a few rural teams in it ?

What type of format will the Waratah 1 be played, is there opportunity for team reshaping players from Waratah 2 or other state leagues joining in?

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Anonymous  
Last month

SA have no cases, does that mean they are not testing to get any? Just cause there is not positive test doesn't mean there are no case.

There are several problems with starting back up.
- People have lost their jobs, so can they afford to pay the fees etc for there kids to play.
- Travelling all over Melbourne for VJBL when parents can't spectate, no sure many parents will want to do that.

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Anonymous  
Last month

So do the VJBL have to poll all parents and wait for them all to find a new job before they start back up again?

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ITK  
Last month

SA Junior District will resume in July.

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Anon  
Last month

Not everyone can or will want to play. So what. I'm sure there will be enough. Already paid fees in any event ... doubt they will be refunded.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Money and fees always an interesting topic.

For instance I still pay $10 a week to my gym to ensure it will be there on the 22nd and it is and I understood about rent and maintenance and utilities. My sons basketball rep association have not asked the same. If they did I am in a position to let them keep my 2020 fees. No I am not wealthy but my sons association and team mean the world to him.

If they vjbl get back on court he will be rapt. If they don't he understands. He plays U16.

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