Monthly Archives: July 2015

Opals Fall to Japan in final game of Oceania Championship Warm-Up Series

The Jayco Australian Opals have dropped their final clash in the three-game series against Japan in a 76-75 loss to Japan in Ballarat.

WNBA Aussie Snapshot

Half-way through the 2015 WNBA season, we check in with the Australian representatives from Phoenix Mercury, Seattle Storm and Los Angeles Sparks.

Kilsyth Go Retro for Round 16

Donning retro uniforms on Saturday night, the Kilsyth Cobras men and womens teams will hit the court against Bendigo to celebrate the history of the club.

SEABL Round 16- Men's Preview

Mt. Gambier Pioneers and N-W Tasmania Thunder go head-to-head in our game of the week, plus we preview every match.

Kilsyth to Host 2016 Under-16's Championship

Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the Under-16 National Championship will be hosted by Kilsyth, Victoria in 2016 from July 2-9.

Bogut back for the Boomers in Lithuanian defeat

A big final quarter from the home team delivered the victory for Lithuania, in the first of two games against the Australian Boomers.

Opals take 2-0 series lead over Japan in another dominant display

The Jayco Australian Opals have taken a 2-0 lead in their three-game series against Japan with an 84-64 victory at Frankston Stadium.

SEABL Round 16- Women's Preview

Nunawading Spectres and Launceston Tornadoes go head-to-head in our game of the week, plus we preview every match.

Lavey making her mark as an Opal

Ahead of the second game of the warm-up series against Japan, Tessa Lavey is thriving on the experience of representing her country.

SEABL Women- The Round 15 Report

Roy Ward talks to Kelly Bowen of the Frankston Lady Blues and covers this week's big plays as well as the media wrap-up.

Opals record emphatic victory over Japan in first game of warm-up series

The Jayco Australian Opals have defeated Japan 86-65 in the first of their three-game warm-up series ahead of the Oceania Championship.

SEABL Men- The Round 15 Report

Roy Ward talks to Ballarat Miners' Anthony Fisher and covers this week's big plays as well as the media wrap-up.

2016 U18's Championship and Kevin Coombs Cup to be hosted by Forestville

Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the Under-18 National Championship and Kevin Coombs Cup will be hosted by Forestville, South Australia from April 16-23 next year.

Gems Win Bronze Medal in tight game against Spain

The Jayco Australian Gems have withstood a comeback from Spain to win 69-62 and earn third place at the FIBA U19 World Championships, their second consecutive bronze medal at the tournament.

Cambage out of Japan series, Oceania Championships

Elizabeth Cambage has been ruled out of this week’s series against Japan for the Jayco Australian Opals.

Gems to play off for bronze medal after loss to Russia

The Jayco Australian Gems have suffered their first loss of the FIBA U19 World Championships, falling 57-76 to host nation Russia and will now play off for third place against Spain.

GEMS THROUGH TO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIS

The Jayco Australian Gems fast start set the agenda for their 83-46 defeat of China at the 2015 FIBA U19 Women’s World Championships on Friday night.

SEABL Still I Rise Round

Round 15 of the SEABL fixture this season will be re-branded as the Still I Rise round, in recognition of the foundation that provides support for Australians affected by cancer.

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