Anonymous
Last month

No chance of VJBL going ahead

Surely we'd be correct to assume that due to this recent outbreak there’ll be no VJBL comp this season?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Bloody Victorians.

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LC  
Last month

According to latest update, full steam ahead for a start on Friday, 17th July!

Most associations are now back at training, either indoor or outdoor.

Time will tell however.

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Anonymous  
Last month

What's the plan VJBL????

WHAT IS THE PLAN????

SHOW US????

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Anonymous  
Last month

Doubt it. Victoria's cases going through the roof.

Why would you risk playing?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Calm down 747.
There is a pandemic man.

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Anonymous  
Last month

^ well said

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Anonymous  
Last month

3 weeks away. Calm down. This changes everyday.

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Anonymous  
Last month

^Yep, pandemic is just going to blow over, just had a bit of bad press is all.

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A A Ron  
Last month

9 week season beginning July 17th, play each team in your division once, 3 weeks finals over the September school holidays.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Victorians make me LOL.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Dan Andrews has it under control so with the AFL leaving town you'd think the VJBL will certainly move forward!

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Anon  
Last month

Tough for associations in hotspots. Perhaps they sit out until the local area is under control?

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Anonymous  
Last month

perhaps a mass protest to push for the vjbl to reopen. the protests in Victoria seemed to be quite successful.

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Anonymous  
Last month

No chance VJBL going ahead now with lockdowns

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Anonymous  
Last month

759: Obviously not too bright.

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LC  
Last month

Expect the season to be cancelled now with latest lock downs until at least 24 July.

NW Associations and those close by are now virtually ruled out. Plus many kids travel to other clubs to play (i.e. Melbourne) from hotspots.

Time to regroup and focus on 2021.

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Anonymous  
Last month

801 obviously not as well connected.

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Anonymous  
Last month

759/815...

Give it a rest champ.
You're just lurching from dumb to dumber.

Pretending you're well-connected when you're just an anon on a forum? You gotta get out more chief.

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Anon  
Last month

Ouch

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Anonymous  
Last month

Just about everyone on this forum is a gutless anon. Unless lockdowns are extended VJBL is on.

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Anonymous  
Last month

I love other anons calling out anons. Kind of funny. VJBL is done. Simple

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Anonymous  
Last week

VJBL can't proceed for the 2020 season.

A heap of suburbs and therefore several associations are in lock down for 4 weeks. Then BV have been promoting 4 weeks of training etc before games start. I know I am not great at moths but that's 8 weeks (its 1st July now, so that's takes us to end of August to start). Then school holidays are on at the end of September, so a 4 week season? Wouldn't have thought so.

Pack it up and get ready for grading in November/Decmber.

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Shayno  
Last week

Yeah it's gone, will find out today.

Too many associations in the lockdown suburbs which training will get banned.

Issue will be u not allowed to travel outside ur lockdown area to training

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Anon  
Last week

I prefer the model being adopted by society - lock down affected areas but let the remainder of society get on within the parameters. VJBL should adopt the same approach - it's not fair for some associations ... but not much associated with a pandemic is and we should do the best for the most people we can.

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Anonymous  
Last week

And based on that logic U16 & U18 nationals should still go ahead even if outside Vic even if Vic can't compete!

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Anon  
Last week

Yes that is correct. Why not? Let the kids who can play, play. Life isn't fair ... and not is a pandemic.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Statement from BV



While our focus continues to be on a return to local participation, we also understand that there is ongoing interest in the VJBL. At this stage, due to the impacts of the lockdown zones we have decided that the VJBL season cannot commence from July 17. We believe that the VJBL is an important junior representative league for thousands of Victorians; hence we are currently working through a number of options for a potential competition resumption. We aim to provide more certainty about the VJBL in the coming days.

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David  
Last week

This year doesn't matter as far as results/grades go. Just get the kids back on court. Create 4 regions, North south east and west, and start the areas that are allowed on July 17.

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Anonymous  
Last week

BV's statement must be wrong, because 759/815 is well-connected and told us that the season will go ahead :)

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Anon  
Last week

Suggest a few well run associations in areas that are Orange-50 simply now start organising mini round robins amongst themselves. Help "prove-up" the ability of basketball to get back, and identify teething issues. Nice stepping stone. Restarting VJBL in one go across the whole of Melb is just too much an ask in current circumstances.

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Anonymous  
Last week

No way you can have a 16/18s Nationals without Victoria!
You've got to beat the best to be the best.
Love them or hate them, they own that tournament.
Everyone else is playing for silver, regardless if they are there or not.
Would be the hollowest title ever won.

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Anon  
Last week

Yeah, but who cares mate. At least the kids that can play would be able to. Get the priorities right!

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Anonymous  
Last week

759, 815 here. Season will go ahead and there will be kids in VJBL uniforms playing on the 17th. Unless dapper Dan locks the whole state down.

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Anonymous  
Last week

#867 posted the BV statement smh

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Anonymous  
Last week

Maybe someone needs to start talking to the VJBL about refunds. That will scare them into action. 50% refund would be the least they'd be expected to pay back if cancelled now.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Refunds??? Why would VJBL be giving refunds. Not there fault the universe released a virus to reduce our over populated world.
If as a parent you paid fees to your club, they should be giving you a refund, or hold the fees over for next year.

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Anon  
Last week

A number of sporting bodies have given refunds for services not rendered.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this week

904 There maybe kids in VJBL uniforms on the 17th but they won't be playing

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Anonymous  
Earlier this week

759, 815, 904
Remind us again how well-connected you are...

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