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Therefore herewith is the Basketball Victoria return to sport guidelines.
It is contains some very important information. In particular the segments that relate to ORANGE 20 and ORANGE 50 for training and competitions.
Please make sure you read these sections when you get a chance.
Autumn 2020 Registrations now open
Fees are as follows: $300 for the first child, $280 for second, $260 for third and $240 for any child after that. If you would like a organise a payment plan please contact the club by email at [email protected]
Autumn 2021 Team Lists
Annual Genral Meeting
All GABC members are invited to attend our AGM.
7.30PM, Tuesday, 13th April 2021
Greenhills Primary School. Mine Street, Greensborough.
Greenhills Basketball Club
Greenhills Basketball Club has been in existence for 40 years, with representation in all levels of basketball.
Our junior teams play in the Diamond Valley Basketball Association (DVBA) Junior Domestic competition. Games are played at Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre, Parade College, Community Bank Stadium, Diamond Creek Community Centre, Greensborough College, Hazelglen College and St Thomas Primary School.
The club is also expanding its base into the highly respected EDJBA competition. This is played predominantly in the north eastern suburbs and offers our players a wide range of competitive teams to compete against.
Our teams are currently training at Greensborough College and Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre while the hall at Greenhills is under construction.
Greenhills Basketball Club Policies
Basketball Victoria Code of Conduct
Basketball is intended to be a recreational activity for enjoyment and health.
These code of conduct has been developed by Basketball Victoria to give participants some guide to the expectations it has on those participants.
It is intended to assist everyone to obtain the maximum benefit and enjoyment from their involvement in basketball.
As a result, the quality of participation will be improved so people are more likely to start and continue their involvement in basketball.