Athletes to be invited for January 2017 Australian Development camp

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40 athletes will be offered invitations to the 2017 Australian Development Camp (ADC) at Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence from January 22-25.

The ADC offers a mechanism to identify future Australian Boomers and Opals as well as assess potential scholarship holders for the Centre of Excellence via the 20 men and 20 women who will be in attendance.

Players are also given the development opportunity to learn under the top coaches in the country through Centre of Excellence head coaches Adam Caporn and Kristen Veal as well as assistant coaches Matthew Paton and Michael Cassidy who will help expose the athletes to the Boomers and Opals style of play.

In further good news, a second ADC will be held in September/October 2017 to coincide with school holidays with the high performance managers to determine the skill set package for that camp at a later date.

The 2017 January ADC Athlete List:

Tre Armstrong TAS 2000 Georgia Amoore VICC 2001
Callum Beard WAM 2000 Paige Bayliss QLDS 2000
Kyle Bowen WAM 2000 Agnes Emma-Nnopu VICC 2001
Joel Capetola VICM 2001 Grace George QLDS 2000
Ben Carter SAM 1999 Miela Goodchild QLDS 2000
Lachlan Dent NSWC 2000 Cassidy Gould VICM 2000
Ben Fakira NSWM 2000 Hannah Hank SAM 2001
Anyang Garang SAM 2000 Ashlee Hannan QLDS 2001
Tyrell Harrison QLDS 1999 Shyla Heal QLDS 2001
Josh Kunan VICC 1999 Eliza Hollingsworth VICM 2001
Sean McDonald VICM 2000 Ahlise Hurst VICC 2000
Matur Maluach NSWC 2000 Phoebe Johnson NSWC 2001
Riley Meldrum SAM 2001 Kobe King-Hawea VICM 2000
Jay Rantall VICC 2001 Jessica McDowell-White QLDS 2000
Ryan Runnalls QLDN 2000 Emma Nankervis VICM 2000
Kody Stattmann QLDN 2000 Isabel Palmer NSWC 2001
Nick Stoddart QLDS 2000 LT Poa VICM 2001
Wani Lodu Swaka Lo Buluk WAM 2001 Gemma Potter VICM 2002
Nicolas Tata VICM 1999 Kelsey Rees SAM 2002
Tamuri Wigness QLDN 2002 Gabby Vidmar SAM 2001