Basketball Australia would like to thank all schools along with their students, teachers and families for their support during these challenging times. We would like to acknowledge our strategic partners Tourism & Events Queensland and Gold Coast Major Events for their support and together we look forward to delivering the Australian School Championships in 2022. Teams who have already completed their registration and paid their entry fees will be contacted directly to arrange a refund.
Australian Schools Championships The ASC’s is the pinnacle event for school basketball in Australia that sees Secondary Schools from around Australia travel and compete in a weeklong event. In recent years the ASC’s have become so well regarded that they have on many occasions included teams from neighbouring countries participating in the event.
The Australian School Championships will have a new home in 2021 following the announcement by Basketball Australia (BA) that the Gold Coast will host the event for the next three years. The School Championships are the largest event on BA’s Australian Junior Championship calendar, with 168 teams and 2,108 athletes participating in the last event held in 2019.
Combined Basketball Championships. Previous championship results. School Sport Australia Combined Basketball Championships. Bendigo: 10 - 16 August 2019; Darwin: 11 - 17 August 2018; School Sport Australia Tournament 12 Years and Under Championships. Boys - Adelaide: 3 - 9 December 2017 Results (Pacific School Games)
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The School Championships are the largest event on BA’s Australian Junior Championship calendar, with 168 teams and 2,108 athletes participating in the last event held in 2019. The tournament on the Gold Coast will be played at the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre plus Carrara Indoor Sports Stadium, with this year’s event to run Sunday 28 November – Thursday 2 December.
Australian Junior Champs Basketball Queensland clean sweep the Under 16 Championships Both Queensland South teams have become the Australian Junior Champions as Darwin’s Under 16’s competition came to...
ABOUT. BQ, in conjunction with Queensland School Sport stages the Champion Basketball School of Queensland (CBSQ) tournaments each year. With the Open event originating in 1974 the event attracts a great deal of interest from secondary schools across the state each year with over 120 boys and girls teams competing across several open-age divisions. The winning team from each Boys & Girls Open Championship Division gains automatic entry into Basketball Australia’s Australian Schools ...
This year’s tournament will be run by Basketball Australia at the State Basketball Centre and Dandenong Stadium. “We are delighted that the Australian School Championships will be remaining in Melbourne for the next three years where we have seen the tournament flourish,” said Basketball Australia Executive General Manager - Basketball, Paul Maley. “The State Basketball Centre and Dandenong Stadium have the capacity to host even more athletes, teams and games so we are confident that ...
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