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CHEMIST WAREHOUSE OPALS ANNOUNCE FIBA ASIA CUP SQUAD

After camps on the Gold Coast in April and in Phoenix, Arizona in July, the latest iteration of the Chemist Warehouse Opals squad for the FIBA Asia Cup has been announced.

CARLY WILSON THRIVING IN NEW COACHING ROLE

Carly Wilson is no stranger to Chemist Warehouse Opals camp. But when the squad gathered in Phoenix, as preparations ramp up for next month’s FIBA ASIA Cup campaign, she was there this time in a different role.

O'HEA RARING TO GO WITH NEW FLYERS FRANCHISE

CHEMIST Warehouse Australian Opals captain Jenna O'Hea says she jumped at the opportunity to be involved with Gerry Ryan’s exciting new WNBL franchise.

OPALS STAR AT WNBA ALL-STAR WEEKEND

WNBA All-Star weekend has been won and done so now its back to business and time to check in with our Aussies around the league.

CAYLA GEORGE - 'THE BREAK I NEVER KNEW I NEEDED'

Cayla George is refreshed, rejuvenated and ready for action.

OPALS BEGIN ASIA CUP CAMP IN PHOENIX

The Chemist Warehouse Opals arrived in Phoenix for camp this weekend and their coach could hardly wait...

BASKETBALL AUSTRALIA WELCOME LAUREN JACKSON AND TAL KARP

Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of Lauren Jackson AO as the new Head of Women in Basketball.

CHEMIST WAREHOUSE AUSTRALIAN OPALS SQUAD NAMED FOR ASIA CUP SELECTION CAMP

Following their first camp on the Gold Coast in April, the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals will hold a selection camp for the 2019 FIBA Asia Cup from July 20-28 in Phoenix, Arizona.

AUSSIES IN THE WNBA – 2019 SEASON

With the 2019 WNBA season getting underway this weekend, take a look at who will be flying the Aussie flag as well as the range of Chemist Warehouse WNBL talent on show.

AUSTRALIAN BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME- LAUREN JACKSON

The most decorated Australian basketballer and one of the world’s greatest players, Lauren Jackson’s induction into the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame was never in doubt.

AUSTRALIAN BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME- ALLISON TRANQUILLI (nee Cook)

A star domestically and on the international stage, Allison Tranquilli was a pioneer for the women’s game during a burgeoning time for the sport.

OPALS SQUAD LIST ANNOUNCED AHEAD OF FIRST CAMP FOR 2019

The final squad list for the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals ahead of their first camp for 2019, held at the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre in Carrara, has been announced.

KRISTY WALLACE NOT ALONE IN RECOVERY

Just before being announced in the 2019 Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals squad, Kristy Wallace suffered a second serious knee injury. But she quickly found out that she would not be alone in her recovery.

2019 CHEMIST WAREHOUSE AUSTRALIAN OPALS SQUAD ANNOUNCED

Ahead of a big year that includes the 2019 FIBA women’s Asia Cup and the start of the FIBA women’s qualifiers for the 2020 Olympics and 2022 FIBA World Cup, the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals squad has been announced.

PLAYERS' ASSOCIATION AND BA ANNOUNCE HISTORIC FOUR-YEAR NATIONAL TEAMS AGREEMENT

The Australian Basketball Players’ Association and Basketball Australia (BA) today announced the inaugural National Teams Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), ensuring wide-ranging improved conditions for Australia’s elite players.

SILVER MEDAL CAPS INCREDIBLE FIBA WORLD CUP CAMPAIGN FOR CHEMIST WAREHOUSE OPALS

The Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals have fallen to the USA in the FIBA World Cup gold medal playoff, 56-73, but can hold their heads high with a silver medal around their neck after an incredible campaign.

FIBA WORLD CUP GOLD MEDAL BECKONING AUSTRALIA AFTER SEMI-FINAL COMEBACK VS. SPAIN

The Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals have guaranteed themselves a medal at the 2018 FIBA World Cup, coming back from a three-quarter time deficit to defeat host nation Spain 72-66 in the Semi-Final.

CHEMIST WAREHOUSE OPALS STAY HOT WITH QF WIN OVER CHINA AT FIBA WORLD CUP

The Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals have continued their winning streak at the 2018 FIBA Women's World Cup, dispatching China 83-42 in the Quarter-Final.