Ballsee
Two years ago

2022 16’s National championship

If players are not required to be vaxed
Why would Basketball Aus still hold Nationals in WA?

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Juice  
Two years ago

It was awarded to WA years ago to host for 2 years and they were not able to host last year. So it's still their turn

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Weedy Slug  
Two years ago

Vic m + c

https://www.basketballvictoria.com.au/news/victorian-under-16-teams-announced

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Weedy Slug  
Two years ago

Sa m

https://basketballsa.com.au/state-performance-program-sa-metro-under-16-boys-girls-announcement/


Sa c

https://sacbci.com.au/news/u16-state-teams

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Weedy Slug  
Two years ago

Rest of the states teams out early April

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Fox87  
Two years ago

Any talent to look out for?

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Weedy Slug  
Two years ago

Lots of guard talent in girls.

Hall and Lehmann were already in the u17 camp as 2007 born.
Guarantee seumanutafa will be there too in the near future, been killin it in sqjbc.

It's a very deep 07/08 talent pool across the country. Pg, sg, sf especially.
No somfai for sa metro, not sure what the deal is.

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Nightwing  
Two years ago

She's too old for 16s

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Weedy Slug  
Two years ago

Who?

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Fox87  
Two years ago

Guards are strong in Vic as well. Got two in metro who are in national development program. Casey girl who is outstanding and a jet from tigers (who unfortunately is injured).
The "bigs" are looking good in country one from warragul and one from Geelong

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Hmmm  
Two years ago

There is a youngster in Vic Metro U16 girls who is amazing. The next Ezi - long, athletic, x-factor.

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Weedy Slug  
Two years ago

Who's injured from Melbourne?

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SixersFan  
Two years ago

Nightwing

The girl that you mentioned is too old for 16s I believe is wrong. She only played one year of 16s but chose to play 18s. It was a smart decision as there would be no competition for her in 16s. The fact that she didn't make the Australian team is ridiculous unless it was because she was not eligible because she was recovering from injury at the time.

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Weedy Slug  
Two years ago

She's 07 but I don’t think ' too good for the others’ is accurate. Something else going on, maybe you can’t play if you already in district u18.

The Aus sapphires is 05/06, so she would be double bottom and it’s very rare for them to make it. The only double bottoms in Aus camp were Jessie-may hall from nsw and sienna Lehmann sa

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