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U14 Club Champs question

wondering are there any by-laws / rules etc and where could they be found.

Interested in this scenario - Really good player's team didn't make finals and have finished for season. Really good player can transfer to a stronger team between seasons in time for U14 club champs played after season has ended.
How much resemblance of the team that qualified for U14 club champs does it have to be ? if any requirements ?

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LC  
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1.2 Players
1.2.1 To be eligible, a player must:
1.2.2 Be under the stated age as of 31st December in the year of the Championship;
1.2.3 Hold a permanent or temporary resident visa for Australia, an Australian citizen or have refugee status (Proof required by Basketball Australia and should accompany the Individual Player Registration);
1.2.4 Have been a member of the club they wish to represent at the time of qualification and
1.2.5 Have been a member of the club they wish to represent for at least 3 months immediately prior to the commencement of the Championships.
1.2.6 Not be under any sanctions or be banned from participating in basketball from any affiliated association
1.2.7 Please Note: State Associations may have further eligibility requirements for teams from their state; all members are required to fulfil their state association requirements. Special Eligibility
1.2.8 If a player has not played for the Club Team for the required 3 months immediately prior to the Championships, the player is still eligible to play for the club team they were previously eligible for.
1.2.9 Residents of Broken Hill NSW are eligible for selection in South Australian Club Teams
1.2.10 Residents of Queanbeyan NSW are eligible for selection in ACT Club Teams

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a5ian nbl fan  
Last year

No you can't transfer to another club it would defeat any purpose ( teams could make super teams ) the same team who played in the classic plays nationals

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LC  
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the rules do not allow it in any case:

1.2.4 Have been a member of the club they wish to represent at the time of qualification, and;

1.2.5 Have been a member of the club they wish to represent for at least 3 months immediately prior to the commencement of the Championships.

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Last year

thanks LC question answered

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Phizzer  
Last year

What are your tips for this?

Boys - Dandenong narrowly beat Eltham in the Classic, but Eltham got knocked out of VC Champs by Nunawading, then Geelong (who aren't playing), so VC final is Dandenong vs Nunawading.

Girls - Kilsyth beat Nunawading in the Classic, but Nunawading lost to Diamond Valley in the VC Champs and forced to play Kilsyth in the preliminary and lost so final is Kilsyth vs Diamond Valley.


What about SA? Who are the teams to beat? NSW or anyone else have a legit shot?

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Blues67  
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Forestville and South in boys would be potential contenders, maybe not medals but around 5th to 8th range?

South and Sturt in the girls are top 2 by the look of their season just passed, South knocking them off in the final but they didn't qualify for Nationals. Going by NJC results, SA girls teams are way off the pace. Sturt were the best, finishing 8th, being easily beaten in 7/8 playoff

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Blues 67 - you're about right - I put the boys teams in the 5-12 bracket and girls 8-16 bracket

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Bballfan  
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Forestville are the best bet in the boys. They'd be disappointed not to be top 4 when they’ve constructed a 'super’ team.

In the girls, Sturt who have been the best team in the girls, at their best could be in 5-8.

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Blues67  
Last year

If constructing a "super" team means they had multiple players transfer in from other clubs then you could add most of the top end Victorian teams to your “super” team tag. Player transfers seem more prevalent than ever.
Forestville finished 6th at NJC, mind you, this competition was tight. Sticking with the 5-8th prediction for them.
Need to take into account Queensland / NSW that always have some elite teams.

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Forestville the "go to" club now in boys as well as girls. New stadium and they have assembled the best U14 boys team that will excel for many seasons to come.

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Bballfan  
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I wasn't dismissing the VICswhen I referenced 'super' - simply using a term expressed locally to describbe the team and offeer that they'll do a bit better than predicted on here.

Is it right that NJC is a bit tougher than Nationals? Is it fair to say NT, WA, TAS not generally as strong as VC teams who don't qualify so some teams from NJC might perform better and finish higher?

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