Anonymous
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Big V open gym



My daughter is interested in playing Big V. She has put her name down for an "open gym" session. What does this actually mean? Is there any structure to the session? Is it an formal tryout? What would she need to do in this session to be noticed?

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Anonymous  
Last month

What age is she? Is it with a club she is known at already? Need a few more details

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Anonymous  
Last month

Sometimes it means just that, courts open and no actual coaches in attendance, just an informal get together.

Sometimes it means no pre registration and fingers crossed players turn up

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Anonymous  
Last month

My club had an open gym. So from U18 to NBL1. Was not actual tryout but was filmed. Then invites went out for tryouts.

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Dane Suttle  
Last month

What club is this at? Usually they are attended by coaches, but no formal structure. Lots of scrimiging and free play. Gives the coaches an idea of what the players are like.

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