New Concussion policy

 

Waverley Basketball Association enforces a compulsory Concussion Policy to be used
throughout all junior and senior domestic competitions.
It is intended this policy will better educate members in the handling of situations where a
player suffers a suspected head injury.
This policy is an extension of the existing FIBA and Basketball Australia policies regarding
injured players. More information can be found at the following link:  (Click here)

Become a Referee – Applications Now Open

Applications are now open for the next intake for Waverley Association Referee Beginner School

http://wavrefs.weebly.com/become-a-referee.html

The course fee is $90 which includes your VBRA registration fees, your whistle and lanyard, course content and your training shirt.

NOTE: All applicants must be 14 years of age at the commencement of the school

 

Community Coaching Course – 17th May 2017

Based on feedback from our recent coaches and team manager meeting,
Piranhas are pleased to announce that Basketball Victoria will be running a Piranhas exclusive Community Coaching Course on 17th May from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Lindsay Thompson Centre Caulfield Grammar School,
217 Glen Eira Rd, St Kilda East VIC 3183.

This course is free of charge to any coaches who are keen to learn some new skills to assist running training sessions and coaching games.

This course will then be followed closely by a Basketball Victoria run Domestic Club coaching course, with dates being finalised in the coming days.

NEW!! Piranhas Junior Hoops Program

NEW!! Piranhas Junior Hoops Program

The Piranhas Junior Hoops program offers players an opportunity to acquire and develop new basketball skills.  No experience necessary.Session Details:

Sunday, 10:00 to 11:00am
commencing from
30 April through to 11th June (7 sessions)

Lloyd Street School, East Malvern gym

 $84 for the term

Basketball Australia’s National Player Development Curriculum

As many of you are aware, Piranhas have been working on creating a coaching curriculum, which can be used as a reference point for coaches to assist them in identifying age appropriate skills and abilities developmental milestones for their junior players.

Basketball Australia, in-conjunction with the Australian Sports Commission, have designed a

“Basketball Australia’s National Player Development Curriculum”.

This document is well developed and professionally presented and is well worth the read by all our coaches.

We will be incorporating most of this document in our customised curriculum in the near future.