Monthly Archives: September 2021

LAUREN JACKSON AO OLY TO HEAD UP WOMEN AND GIRLS’ STRATEGY

Basketball Australia today announced a new strategic role for Lauren Jackson AO OLY where she will focus on the Women and Girls Strategy delivering outcomes in gender equality in our sport.

Roller Brett Stibners calls time on international career.

Australian Roller and long server of the game, Brett Stibners OAM has called time on his international career. The International Wheelchair Basketball world enjoyed the last of Stibners- or ‘Sticky’ as those close to him know him as- at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

Australian School Championships

Due to the continuing outbreaks and uncertainty of interstate travel, Basketball Australia regret to advise that the 2021 Australian School Championships have been cancelled.

Lauren Jackson AO receives ultimate Hall of Fame honour.

Lauren Jackson has made history as the first Australian basketball player to join the prestigious Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, as the official enshrinement took place in Springfield Massachusetts, earlier today.

Lauren Jackson honoured in the WNBA's "W25"

The WNBA have celebrated their 25th year by announcing the “W25,” highlighting the 25 greatest players to have played their game.

SPALDING OFFER TO BASKETBALL FAMILY

Spalding has extended its reign as one of Basketball Australia’s longest serving partners.

FIBA Women’s Asia Cup Final Team Announced

The final team for the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup to be held next month in Jordan was finalised this week with 12 players and two reserves chosen from the squad who were available for selection.