Swish Basketball is pleased to announce that our teams will compete in the 2019-2020 St. George Summer Competition!
Tryouts will be held on the following dates:
Friday 2nd August
- 4:45 pm U10s (age cut off date 12th March 2020)
- 5:30 pm U12s (age cut off date 12th March 2020)
Friday 9th August
- 4:45 pm U14s (age cut off date 11th March 2020)
- 5:30 pm U16s (age cut off date 12th March 2020)
- 5:30 pm U18s (age cut off date 10th March 2020)
Please register your interest for tryouts by emailing email@example.com
What to Expect:
- Weekly games
- Appointed Swish basketball coach
- A structured system of play
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Parent Information Night
The parent information night will be held on Thursday 22nd August.
- U10s and U12s at 4:45 pm
- U14s and U16s and U18s at 5:30 pm
- Tuesday nights (first round 27th August)
Under 18 Boys
- Wednesday nights (first round 28th August)
Under 14 Boys
*Please note that Under 14 Boys matches may be played either at Hurstville Aquatic or at Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre Riverwood
- Thursday Nights (first round 29th August)
Under 10 Unisex
Under 12 Unisex
Under 16 Boys
Swish will charge each player a 1-time registration fee for the competition season and our players are only PAYING when they play.
- Swish Registration: $65
- Team registration
- Appointed Swish Coach
- Swish Team Playbook
The weekly game fee will be $10 to ST George Basketball Association on the day of the game.
- Basketball NSW Registration: $115
- The St George Basketball competition requires every player to register with BNSW.
- This can be done on the St George website.
- Registration is valid for 1 year from payment and lasts 2 seasons.
Terms and Conditions:
- Must be enrolled in Swish basketball lessons
- Must wear Swish uniform to games and lessons
- Parents are required to assist St George basketball with bench duties – failure to do so involves loss of points
- Competition registration of $65 is required to be paid before Friday 30th August, failure to do so may result in your child’s spot in the team being forfeited
- Spectators and players must abide by St George Basketball Associations code of behaviour