Taylah shoots to the top level

Taylah has utilised her shooting ability to help her reach the top level with the Southside Flyers.

The rivalry that blossoms between siblings can help foster the competitive juices needed to succeed. For Taylah Giliam, growing up with two younger brothers and battling it out with them on the quarter court at home, it has been no

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New basketball facility supported by Baw Baw Shire

Residents in the Baw Baw Shire will be going to the polls with five candidates nominating for three vacancies in the east ward.

A two-court stand-alone basketball facility that will accommodate up to 500 spectators at Warragul Leisure Centre has been supported by Baw Baw Shire. Detailed design works will be now undertaken to allow council to apply for federal and state government

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Basketball referees recognised with Basketball Victoria Country awards

Warragul ref Fletcher Smith was awarded the Junior Male Referee of the Year., while Brodie McLachlan was named Senior Male Referee of the Year.

Two basketball referees from Warragul have been recognised by Basketball Victoria, with Brodie McLachlan and Fletcher Smith awarded the Senior Male Referee of the Year and Junior Male Referee of the Year respectively. McLachlan won the Rod Bush award for

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Call for more basketball courts in Warragul

Residents in the Baw Baw Shire will be going to the polls with five candidates nominating for three vacancies in the east ward.

With government funding on the table for sports infrastructure, the Warragul and District Amateur Basketball Association has renewed calls for more courts in Warragul. The association has been crying out for additional courts for several years, with player numbers far

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Uliando, Myers lead Warragul to CBL title

The Warriors clinched their ninth CBL title as, from left, Tammy Myers (team manager) Cory Smith (assistant coach) Murray Myers, Tom Muir, Ambu Uliando, Dwain Scott, James Portbury, Marko Kulas, Mitch Hauxwell-Te Paa, Caleb Fallon, Luke McKenzie Tom Portbury, Jarryd Moss (front) and Mike Santo (front) celebrated their win with some Warrior fans.

The Warragul Warriors has taken home its ninth CBL title, defeating the Southern Peninsula Sharks 100-87 in Korumburra on Saturday night. After falling twice to the Sharks during the regular season, the Warriors were the underdogs as the ball tipped.

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Journeyman Moss returns to Warriors CBL

Moss started the season off with a bang against Moe, scoring 39 points for the Warriors in a win.

It’s been almost four seasons since Jarryd Moss last suited up for the Warragul Warriors in the CBL tournament. Now, he’s back. Moss has decided to return to Warragul and play alongside his great mate and new CBL coach Mike

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State athletics ahead

St Ita’s Catholic Primary School students Declan Burton, Kaiden Walmsley and Kayleb Burton have won through to compete at state level in athletics, while Elloise Campbell will play for Victoria Country in next year’s Australian Junior Basketball Championships.

Hard work and dedication towards their sporting endeavours are beginning to pay off for students at St Ita’s Catholic Primary School in Drouin, with four athletes set to represent the state in coming months. The school had 15 students make

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Chalkies handle the heat

After forfeiting their first game of the season, Chalkies Heat won the under 19B grand final.  Pictured (back row, from left) are Lachlan Hollier, Flynn Cordell, Campbell Wilcox, Jackson Clerk, Jack Buckingham, fill-in coach Alicia Clerks, (front row) Nathanael Dungey and Blair Cannon.

The Chalkies Heat under 19B boys basketball team have overcome a challenging season, with their win in last Tuesday night’s grand final nothing but extraordinary. The team forfeited their first game of the season with not enough players to field

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Basketball need stadium

A new four court indoor stadium would help lower fees for local basketball players including Rebels players Charlie Croucher, Kye Murnane and Drew McLeod pictured with (back) referee Jamie Keogh and WDBA president Danny Murnane (right).

With annual rental fees topping $170,000, the Warragul and District Basketball Association is desperate for a new indoor facility. Association president Danny Murnane said the costs being imposed onto players and families were unfair compared to other sports and the

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Silver for basketballers

Warragul District Amateur Basketball Association athletes Dallas Loughridge and Georgia Koopmans helped Victoria Country to a silver medal in the Australian Junior Championships held on the Sunshine Coast last week.

Warragul District Amateur Basketball Association athletes Dallas Loughridge and Georgia Koopmans have helped Victoria Country to a silver medal in the Australian under 16 junior championships. The four Victorian teams were grand finalists for the first time since 2001 at

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