Anonymous
Last year

January junior tournaments

Vic country/metro challenge

Country teams

https://www.basketballvictoria.com.au/news/kumon-country-metro-challenge-country-teams-announced

Metro teams

https://www.basketballvictoria.com.au/news/kumon-country-metro-challenge-metro-teams-announced

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Anonymous  
Last year

Nsw country/metro challenge


U14

https://www.bnsw.com.au/news/u14-d-league-selection-announcement/

U15

https://www.bnsw.com.au/news/u15-d-league-selection-announcement/

U16

https://www.bnsw.com.au/news/u16-d-league-selection-announcement/

U17

https://www.bnsw.com.au/news/u17-d-league-selection-announcement/

U18

https://www.bnsw.com.au/news/u18-d-league-selection-announcement/

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Anonymous  
Last year

Qld/tas/sa tournament


Qld

https://queensland.basketball/EmergingTeamsReturnin2022.html


Sa?


Tas?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Wa tournament

https://basketballwa.asn.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/2022-BWA-SCC-Final-Teams01112022.pdf

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Anonymous  
Last year

Wa country

https://basketballwa.asn.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/2022-BWA-SCC-Final-Teams2.pdf

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Anonymous  
Last year

Some great young talent about, that 07/08 girls future Australian team stacked.

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-  
Last year

still trying to work out how the national tournament scene in australia will play out in 2022.

So many fluid conditions that influence outcomes.

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Anonymous  
Last year

When's the first ajc tournament, April?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Shows you the dates for nsw and national

https://www.bnsw.com.au/news/save-the-date-high-performance-events-2022/

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-  
Last year

so I take it all of these tournaments are going ahead still ?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Geez who knows

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Anonymous  
Last year

No way Qld are sending teams to SA now.

So it will just be internal Country v Metro games.

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-  
Last year

I'm just confused with what is on and what is off.

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Anonymous  
Last year

All the usual January HP tournaments are off again.

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-  
Last year

when are we likely to know any updates ?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Are Tassie teams confirmed for this Adelaide "tournament"? With cases at such high levels what parent would send their child to Adelaide for a meaningless set of games against made up teams from SA?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Well,they did

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-  
Earlier this year

any news on Qld and NT teams ? I saw a draw but it's not on line any more

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Tas n sa play tomorrow in sa

The rest each state playing amongst themselves

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Saturday, January 8
Under-16 girls

2.30pm - SA Metro Red vs SA Country Magpies

4.00pm – Tasmania Tigers vs SA Metro Blue

5.30pm – SA Country Sharks vs Tasmania Devils

Sunday, January 9
Under-16 boys

9.30am – SA Metro Red vs Tasmania Tigers

11.00am – SA Country Magpies vs Tasmania Devils

12.30pm – SA Metro Blue vs SA Country Sharks

5.00pm – Tasmania Tigers vs SA Country Sharks

Under-18 boys

2.00pm – SA Country Sharks v SA Metro Blue

3.30pm – Tasmania Tigers vs SA Metro Red

6.30pm – SA Country Magpies vs SA Country Sharks

Monday, January 10
Under-16 girls

9.00am – SA Metro Red vs SA Metro Blue

10.30am – SA Country Magpies vs SA Country Sharks

12.00pm – Tasmania Tigers vs Tasmania Devils

Under-16 boys

3.00pm – SA Metro Red vs SA Country Sharks

4.30pm – SA Country Magpies vs Tasmania Tigers

6.00pm – SA Metro Blue vs Tasmania Devils

Under-18 girls

1.30pm – SA Country Magpies vs SA Metro Blue

7.30pm – SA Country Sharks vs SA Metro Red

Tuesday, January 11
Under-18 girls

9.00am – SA Metro Blue vs Tasmania Tigers

Under-16 girls final

10.30am – 1st vs 2nd

Under-16 boys final

12.00pm – 1st vs 2nd

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Livestream^

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Assuming they didn't list u18 finals

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Is that livestream just for Adelaide Now subscribers?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Advertiser subscribers

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Yes you have to pay Murdoch to access the stream.

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Hermann  
Earlier this year

Any results through. Where are games being played..might get down to Ulverstone to watch if not too hard to skip work for few hours.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Ulverstone is a bit far from St Clair in SA.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

It's not at ST Clair either.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Hard to keep up with which non-BSA venue (being hired raising costs) BSA will use for all their activity. My bad.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Back to St Clair for today's games

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Hermann  
Earlier this year

How are teams performing

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

It looks asthough not much talent in boys 05-06-07 age group in these 2 states.
Quite a bit of talent in girls 06-07, not so much 05.

Sa m and c boys won't be making u16 ajc finals this year imo

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

"Sa m and c boys won't be making u16 ajc finals this year imo"

Curious what you're using as evidence from this event to suggest SAM won't be mking U16 finals?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Because I've seen the 07/08 talent of other states.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

SAM don't have any teams playing in U16 though.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

I'm from sa, they ain’t making final of ajc. Some chemistry would have helped today.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Not playing but they did play in district

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

How are the teams/states (including what's happening in other states) that actually have had games etc looking?

U18s probably more relevant to discussion given states will need to be selecting teams soon. The vic metro v country games would be crackers! Some of those players would have missed two years worth of ball - best they wouldn’t hold back.

Also, what’s people’s thoughts on an u20 development tournament given 20s is now after 18s - useful or would the bulk be in various NBL squads etc?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Given how depleted 20s has been over sometime and the rise of youth ball.

I'd like to see Aus follow nz with u13-u15-u17-u19 instead of the u14-u16-u18-u20.
The former just lines up better with fiba tournaments, gets the best in earlier and the older out quicker into senior basketball.


This year we have

Club
U14 09/10 athletes

AJC
U16 07/08 athletes
U18 05/06 athletes
U20 03/04 athletes - about 40% players have moved on already to nbl1, wnbl, college etc

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

792 - probably the most construct post on this thread!

What's stopping BA and the states moving to this age group structure?

Has NZ always had this structure, or has it been a recent change?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

U18s 05/06 tournament t. To determine fiba u17 WC 2022 teams

U16s 07/08 tournament. To determine fiba u15 oceania 2022 teams

04/05 players 2022 asia u18 champs





Lots of games to be played this year

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Nz just are better organised, they had streaming 3 years before we did. Tells you how crap ba people are.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

According to the FIBA Website U17 FIBA WC is in July this year, whilst the u19 WC is June 2023.

07/08 athletes probably have this year and next to make their case for u19 WC - would this include 06's as well?

Nothing on Oceania juniors wise, though the Pacific games are scheduled for November 2023 - is this a junior or senior tournament?

Never understood if FIBA was 19 and under or u19 (I.e. can’t be 19 that year) - can anyone help?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

U17 WC was moved to October

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

05-06-07 for u17s in 2022
04-05-06 for u19s in 2023
07-08-09 for u17 in 2024
06-07-08 for u19s in 2025
09-10-11 for u17s in 2026

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

What has happened to the host U16 boys SA Metro in the Adelaide games? Covid?
Most teams only suiting 7 players so not sure what's happening unless players have just dropped out due to risk?

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anon  
Earlier this year

SA Metro Under 16 Boys had to pull out before started due to covid exposure
SA Metro Under 18 Boys had to pull out this morning due to covid exposure
Welcome to the new normal!!

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anon  
Earlier this year

As per #869 a couple teams in 16 and 18 boys country teams have also pulled out due to possible exposure just prior to start

Not sure on girls side but hard to imagine they haven't been effected

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Good intentions, but Tasmania are regretting their decision to attend now.

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anon  
Earlier this year

#872 Maybe, but at least they are getting some games from outside their state, sure not ideal but what is at the moment, take what you can and use it effectively.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

The U18 SA Metro teams have already played three games each so does this make the venue an exposure site?

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anon  
Earlier this year

#876 Apparently not any more...

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Correct. Since Governments putbig business over the people they were forced to change close contact rules or half the population would be in quaratine right now.

So while the event is clearly a hotspot/close contact issue, current rules mean everything's fine.

Until the majority of players, referees and volunteers end up positive because of a couple of positive cases, at an event which has zero purpose or benefit.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

How does that impact on the Tasmanian teams returning home? Plenty of risk for zero reward.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

If they only played tennis instead of basketball they'd be fine

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

This event has all but fallen over!

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-  
Earlier this year

Got to wonder how the rest of the year will play out - can't see too much happening between now and end of June

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

U14 and U15s cancelled

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-  
Earlier this year

for Adelaide invitational ?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

U14 and u15 hasn't been cancelled

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anon  
Earlier this year

Seems a bit of chat here that the AIC is pointless (don't agree by the way), but wondering why and does that mean you have the same view on the event about to start in Vic on Friday?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

QLD u18 State titles are on now in the Covid Hotspot the Gold Coast. Let's see how that plays out. Might provide a guide for other events.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Siulepa dominating avg 40+ points

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anon  
Earlier this year

Just wondering if peeps think the Victorian Metro v Country challenge is a worthy event. AIC in SA gets dealt harshly for being the same format (basically)

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

SA basketball and Vic basketball programs have had very different past two years. The situation with COVID right now is also different. Can't be compared.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Vic event is in place of the East Coast challenge due to COVID. Totally different scenario.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

What do you think the Adelaide event is in place of?

ECC, SCC and Country Cup.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

but VIC's have hardly played any basketball in 2 years

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Yes, it no doubt has impacted quality as well as the ability to select as there are not as many data points.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

The quality was not what it should have been but selection had as much to do with it as lockdowns, there were plenty of kids there that were not at the required level and plenty sitting at home who were! It was a disappointing event.

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Truth  
Earlier this year

There were a lot of players sitting at home that are of much better ability than some of those playing, BUT BasketballSA has put a lot of the players off. The list of players who chose not to bother with the High performance group would be extensive.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Seems insane that Eltham/Dandenong tourney is still scheduled to go ahead next week....seems like an assured spreading event that will jeopardise return to school and return to VJBL comp the following week for the kids who participate.

Some Associations and teams have now withdrawn off their own bat, should be called off.

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Hoopie  
Earlier this year

God help the schoolteachers and parents when school goes back. Expect a massive spike in cases days later, while also assuming that many cases will go unreported.

Time to start panic-buying again???

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

So if we cancel all events, do we just go into lockdown again like the last 2 years... People in Victoria are not going to cope that.

Life is almost back to normal in Victoria, other than masks inside.

So we had approx 18,000 case today in Victoria from a population of 6,680,000... so 0.26% of the population.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

So if we cancel all events, do we just go into lockdown again like the last 2 years... People in Victoria are not going to cope that.

Life is almost back to normal in Victoria, other than masks inside.

So we had approx 18,000 case today in Victoria from a population of 6,680,000... so 0.26% of the population

It's not a question of locking down....the question for me is why would you run a tournament knowing that it will impact the real competition which starts a week later?

It exacerbates the existing risk that we will very significant numbers of forfeits when VJBL resumes the following Friday. I’m suggesting you prioritise VJBL.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

"Life is almost back to normal in Victoria, other than masks inside."

Other than the Hospitals being full, ICU full, nurses/medical professionals being over run by people who don't even believe in modern medicine. Small businesses closing by the hundreds. And hundreds dying each week needlessly.

Apart from that.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

No way they should cancel the tournament. Yes, it's a big tournament, but not as if individuals are going to multiple places. Less risk than most things; less risk than schools. Life needs to go on, and these kids have missed too much for these events to be cancelled.

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Joey  
Earlier this year

Totally agree. Kids should be able to play, kids have missed so much due to covid. Basketball Queensland ran their state champs and yes people got covid, played at own risk. How do you know all cases were spread at the competition. People had to know if you were playing and attending it increased risk. Life must go on now and learn to live with it.

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