Important new team information

The following information is provided to new and prospective members of the Beavers Basketball Club. It forms a general understanding of the structure and purpose of the clubs activities and philosophies.

PRESIDENT     Richard Randall 

SECRETARY     Peter Allan secretary@beaversbasketball.com.au

TEAM CONTACTS

For Girls divisions        Karla Coulson, Richard Randall

For Boys divisions         Peter Allan, Richard Randall

If you’re interested in playing with the Beavers, get in touch at play@beaversbasketball.com.au

 

HISTORY

The Beavers Basketball Club was formed in 1958 with just an under 18 boys team. Since then, the Beavers have continued to grow throughout the years. At present, there are 32 teams playing in Beaver uniforms – from under 10 teams through to A grade mens and womens teams. Beavers is the only club that provides a progressive structure that allows a player to commence in junior grades and graduate to the top of the senior competition.

 

COMMITTEE

Beavers Basketball Club meet on a regular basis and conducts its Annual General Meeting in November of each year, the clubs activities are coordinated totally by the voluntary efforts of its committee, coaches, parents and players.

The club welcomes new parents to join our committee and assist in the running of club affairs. Club representatives are also active on various Bendigo Basketball Association Committees and assist in conducting the local domestic competition and coordinating all other activities concerning basketball in Bendigo.

 

FINANCE

Beavers Basketball Club require all players within the club pay an annual registration fee of $25, families with 2 or more players will pay a fee of $50. This fee was introduced to help offset the cost of training courts and other club expenses.

The club also run a number of fundraising activities throughout the year including barbeques (at Bunnings Warehouse & IGA) and court management during the Australia Day Basketball tournament.

All junior players pay an additional $1 per game with their game fee. This fee is collected by the coach or manager and paid to the Bendigo Stadium Sports Office with the game fee. The BBA take their game fee and the extra dollars are placed into a Beavers envelope available at the office.

 

UNIFORMS

All Beavers players must wear our standard uniform. This includes red basketball shorts and a sublimated club playing top, made by Step in Sports.

Small & medium uniforms                     $40 +GST

Large uniforms                              $40 +GST

Step in Sports : contact – Steve Kelly. Hattam Street, Golden Square 5443 0681

 

TRAINING

Training is the clubs largest expense, hiring venues to train our teams accounts for a large proportion of our yearly budget. Our training venues charge between $22 and $33 per hour, the annual registration fee and additional $1 that all juniors pay on game night goes towards paying these expenses.

Training times are very limited and there is often a need to have more than one team at a time at a training session, usually players of the same age divisions will train together. Most team training is conducted on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at various venues, commencing at 4.00 or 4.30pm with the younger teams.

 

OBJECTIVES

The Beavers Basketball Club sole objective is to foster junior basketball. Our club philosophy is to teach children the game of basketball, enjoy the training and to play the game in the right spirit.

Beavers, over many years, have been able to provide players the opportunity to develop their skills and achieve their goals, with many players going on to represent Bendigo, Victorian Representative teams and also achieve selection in Australian teams. If players are committed, Beavers Basketball Club will provide the opportunities and encouragement.

NOTE: Basketball Victoria mandates a number of Codes of Conduct for the game of basketball. The Bendigo Basketball Association and all its players are affiliates of Basketball Victoria and shall adhere to these codes. There are Codes of Conduct covering players, coaches, spectators and referees. If you would like to read the codes, click here or ask at the Bendigo Stadium Sports Office and they provide you with a copy.

Beavers Basketball Club insist all our players, coaches, parents and spectators adhere to all codes of conduct. Breaches of these codes will be dealt with under the rules of the Bendigo Basketball Association.

 

For more information regarding the above, email us at hi@beaversbasketball.com.au

This information is provided on behalf of the Beavers Basketball Club committee.

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