The Australian Under 20 & Ivor Burge Championships will be held at Kalamunda & Districts Basketball Association at Ray Owen Sports Centre, Lesmurdie, Western Australia from Sunday 16th - Saturday 22nd of February 2014.
Our next Nationals meeting is on Tuesday 19 November 2013 at 7pm in the Court 5 Committee Room. All are Welcome!more
Basketball WA has a number of coaching and referee courses coming up over September and October. There are entry level referee and coach courses as well as a more advanced course for interested representative level coaches.more
Kalamunda Eastern Suns Super Camp is back in October 2013!
Join the Suns Men’s and Women’s MSBL & WSBL representatives for 5 days of non-stop fun these upcoming school holiday’s at the Ray Owen Sports Centremore
The Kalamunda Eastern Suns must wait another year to claim a maiden, franchise championship. Already having claimed a piece of history, being the first team from the Kalamunda Eastern Suns franchise to qualify for an SBL Grand Final, the Suns were outmatched by a more experienced and physical Wanneroo Wolves, going down 47-72, in a game played in good spirits, on Friday night in the WSBL Grand Finmore
GRAND FINAL POST GAME PRESS CONFERENCE TRANSCRIPT: CRAIG MASNFIELD
Following the gallant yet difficult 47-72 Grand Final loss against the Wanneroo Wolves, on Friday night, Suns Coach Craig Mansfield fronted the media and gave his thoughts and responses on the match.more
CHELSEA Armstrong's career highlight to date was scoring her first WNBL basket with a hook shot over superstar Liz Cambage but she is now hoping to top that by helping the Kalamunda Eastern Suns to a first women's SBL championship.more
THE Kalamunda Eastern Suns are in the women's SBL grand final for the first time club in history but their hunt for a first championship is going to receive strong opposition in the decider by the Wanneroo Wolves.more
GRAND FINAL WEEK INTERVIEW: SUNS COACH CRAIG MANSFIELD
This Friday night, the Kalamunda Eastern Suns will make their maiden club Grand Final appearance, against the Wanneroo Wolves, in the WSBL season decider. Suns coach Craig Mansfield has been involved with the Eastern Suns since 2003*. Upon his return, in 2005, from College in the USA, and with the association slowly gaining momentum, Craigmore
The Kalamunda Eastern Suns are through to their first grand final appearance during the club’s six-year history in the women’s State Basketball League, following a win against the Southwest Slammers.more
THE Kalamunda Eastern Suns are into the women's SBL grand final for the first time after wrapping up its semi-final series on Friday while the Wanneroo Wolves needed three games to book their spot as well in this Friday's championship decider.more
The Kalamunda Eastern Suns have qualified for this Friday’s WSBL Grand Final after defeating the reigning Champions, the South West Slammers, 92-77, in Game Two of the WSBL Semi-Final series, on Saturday night at the Furnace.more
AFTER the men's grand final teams for the SBL in 2013 was decided on Friday night, the women's sides to play off in next week's championship decider was determined in semi-final action on Saturday night.more
KALAMUNDA Eastern Suns women's head coach Craig Mansfield has his team just one win away from a historic SBL grand final appearance but he knows there is still a big job to do this weekend against the defending champions.more
Our Eastern Suns women take on the South West Slammers this Saturday night, 24th of August at Ray Owen Stadium in game 2 of the WSBL Semi Finals. Our Suns women are only 1 win away from a Grand Final spot after beating the Slammers in Game 1 of the series, so come along and make some noise and cheer them over the line for another win!more
THE women's grand final spots in the SBL for 2013 will be decided this weekend with Wanneroo and Kalamunda needing just one victory to advance while Rockingham and South West need to pull something out of the fire.more
One win, forty minutes, is all that separates the Kalamunda Eastern Suns and a maiden club SBL Grand Final appearance after the Suns defeated the South West Slammers 69-53 in Eaton on Saturday night, in Game One of the WSBL Semi Final series.more
After dropping six consecutive games between Rounds 14 and 18, the Kalamunda Eastern Suns were on the brink of missing the WSBL play-offs altogether. The Suns are now two games away from a maiden club Grand Final appearance after completing a clean-sweep of the Lakeside Lightning, 71-60, in Game Two of the Quarter Final series.more
The Kalamunda Eastern Suns shored up fifth spot on the WSBL ladder and continued some good form, in front of their sponsors, knocking off the Mandurah Magic in a comfortable 70-54 victory at the Furnace. The Suns who were again without Captain Ajay Jones who missed both games this weekend, were too strong for a young and emerging Magic team.more
Looking at the ladder positions heading into this round, Friday night’s fixture between the 14th placed Eastern Suns, having only won one road game all season, and the fifth placed East Perth Eagles, looking to climb into the top four, many would have thought it was a foregone conclusion.more
Our Suns SBL Teams play their very last home game before heading into finals, this Saturday night 27th of July.
It will be a fantastic night with Emma Berryman playing her 200th SBL game, our SBL Sponsors will be in attendance and all past Suns SBL players have free entry!
Come and cheer your Suns players on!more
A favourite Sun, Michael Clarke, has been accepted into an NCAA Division I college in the USA to study coaching at a master’s level. He will shortly relocate there with his wife, Kelly, for an extended period of study and practical experience in the home of basketball. He looks forward to seeing what opportunities arise during his time overseas.more
The West Rise Basketball competition is run by KDBA and is played here at Ray Owen. The competition is for people with an intellectual disability and is the first of its kind in Western Australia.
We urgently need more Volunteers to assist our players on and off court with their Playing, Coaching & Reffing Commitments.more
Your business and the Kalamunda Eastern Suns – that’s a winning team!
Sport is a powerful vehicle for companies of all sizes to create recognition and recall of their brands. By joining forces with the Suns you’ll gain exceptional exposure for your brand in a dynamic local and national market.more
The Australian Boomers team to face China in the Sino-Australia Challenge has been announced, headlined by Perth Wildcats fan favorite Jesse Wagstaff, ahead of Game One at Perth Arena on Friday 7 June.
In addition to Wagstaff, there is a distinctly Western Australian flavor to the squad with Perth natives Luke Nevill (Kalamunda) and Daniel Johnson (Willetton), joining South West's Cameron Gliddon for the four-game series.more
For the first time this season both the women’s and men’s Kalamunda Eastern Suns have won on the same night of the season, defeating the Stirling Senators in the Round 11 encounter.
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Our BBQ fundraiser for the Club at Masters Forrestdale was a success.
We had a great day meeting everyone and Masters Forrestdale were great hosts.
A big "Thank You" to our Volunteers and WABL Girls who made the day run smoothly!more