One team, one dream.
Being selected to play representative basketball is a privilege and a reflection of players skills, sportsmanship, understanding of the game and positive attitude towards development.
The Scorchers Representative program aims to provide players and coaches with education, development and, opportunities to improve, as well as represent SDBA at other BNSW elite athlete trials and programs.
We pride ourselves on the sportsmanship and conduct of our representative players and the result that each team and individual achieve. We strongly believe that player and team growth and development are much more important than the weekly results.
Wearing the Scorchers uniform means that players are committed to:
- Compulsory Weekly training sessions
- Attending representative games.
- Developing skills, game intelligence and toughness throughout the season, which can be applied to all levels of the game
- Paying the required Representative levies
- Actively contribute to volunteering your time to the Association at Holiday Clinics, community stalls or other opportunities
SDBA enter teams into Basketball NSW’s Junior Metro League.
|U14 Boys||U16 Boys (White)||U16 Boys (Red)||U18 Boys||U18 Girls|
|Head Coach: Jaimee Marsh||Head Coach: Mick Cale||Head Coach: Karl von Riegen||Head Coach: Dennis Starmans||Head Coach: Katrina Blackwood|
|Ass Coach: Rhian Greenup||Ass Coach: Darren Tinker|
|Manager: Dani Lindsay||Manager: Jody Cremona||Manager: Andrew Peary||Manager: Karen Ali|
Videoing & Photographing at Junior League Games
Junior games are allowed to be filmed, however, should a member of one of the teams let a supervisor know that they do not consent to their child being filmed, then filming must stop. NOTE: There is to be no live-streaming of any Junior League games.
Photographs may be taken but they must not identify the children participating, i.e.; no photographs to be posted that actually name or otherwise identify any personal details of the children who are participating.
No photographs of an offensive nature are to be taken, nor in or near to toilets or change rooms, as per the BNSW Spectators Code of Conduct.