Note: The Edgar Centre entrance fee will need to be paid at the main desk of the Edgar Centre on arrival.
Any queries please email Mark Dickel / Director of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org
The camp is scheduled to be held in Nanjing, China, from June 13-16 2013. It will be a unique opportunity, bringing together some of the best young talent from Australia, China, Korea and New Zealand born 1995 or later. The Camp will focus on both skill and fundamental sessions but also include team concepts and competitions as instructed by NBA Coaches and Players.
Monday 25th March - Otago Anniversary Day at 7am or Girls only at 4pm
Friday 29th March - Good Friday at 7am
Monday 01 April - Easter Monday at 7am or Girls only at 4pm
For the exact time of each age groups trial please refer to the below flyer.
All trialists must pay the Edgar Centre entrance fee ($2.50 for primary/intermediate/high school or $4.50 for those not at school).
Please arrive approx 20-30 mins prior to your trial time so that you have time to register and warm up.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Mark Dickel, ph 021 345 466 or email@example.com
Please find in the following document the names of all the athletes who have been selected to trial from all regions.
16th Dec 10am-2pm $10 per player plus door entry fee
Please direct all questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
you have registered in any Diggers Development programme or represented Otago at Basketball this year, then you are eligible to register for a team. Registration for this event must be made by 5pm on December 7th,, cost is $35 per child. You can also purchase a Midnight Mayhem tee-shirt for $25 each. Please fill in the enrolment form and send with payment via email, fax, mail or deliver to Basketball Otago office.
Any queries contact Katherine
email@example.com or Ph: 456 4053
able to offer quality basketball development programs in Dunedin, Queenstown, Oamaru & Christchurch.
For further information about each camp please refer to the flyers below.
Contact Details for Mark Dickel:
Ph: 021 345 466
Any queries please call Mark Dickel, Director of Develoopment, Ph 021 345 466
Monday 8th October - Won 55 50 vs Waikato
Tuesday 8th October - Lost 79 39 vs Wellington
Tuesday 9th October - Lost 61 81 vs Waitakere West
Wednesday 10th October - Lost 69 57 vs North Canterbury (B8QF2)
Thursday 11th October - Won 76 61 vs Nelson
Friday 12th October - Won 72 62 vs Waikato - 13th Placing
Monday 8th October - Won 54 45 vs Wellington
Monday 8th October - Won 61 29 vs Auckland
Tuesday 9th October - Lost 69 46 vs Thames Valley
Wednesday 10th October - Won 62 33 vs North Canterbury (B8QF2)
Thursday 11th October - Won 58 50 vs Harbour B
Friday 12th October - Lost 55 41 vs Waikato - 10th Placing
Monday 8th October: Lost 61 32 vs Auckland
Monday 8th October: Lost 47 46 vs Taranaki Country
Tuesday 9th October: Won 52 42 vs Tauranga City
Wednesday 10th October: Won 74 46 vs Mid Canterbury (B8QF4)
Thursday 11th October: Lost 55 33 vs Nelson
Friday 12th October: Won 47 45 vs Waitakere West - 11th Placing
Venue: Westpac Seminar Room, Edgar Sports Centre
The promoter of the NZ Breakers match, being held in the Lion Foundation Arena, has put out a special 2 week offer for all local Basketball and Netball Players.
The offer allows players the opportunity to purchase Gold tickets at Silver prices (which is a $10 saving).
The offer will run from Wed 27th June – Tues 11th July. To get this deal please
Ages 8-13 – 9:00am-3:00pm at the Edgar Centre
$150pp ($225 for two children from the same family)
Limited entries: If you wish to be included, please register as soon as possible!!
Please read the following...... http://www.basketball.org.nz/tall-ferns/perseverance-pays-off-for-lockwood/
Please see attached document for information on the Representative Prizegiving and Midnight Madness
Basketball Otago is very pleased to announce that Mark Dickel has been employed as the new Director of Development.
A student of the game, Mark is super excited about passing on the vast knowledge he has gained from his many years of playing and coaching in New Zealand and all over the World.