- Venue availability to run our representative home games and to enable weekly trainings.
- Meeting BQ standards for our referee panel. Building a strong and successful referee program is a critical part of junior representative basketball. It is an area we are focusing on this year.
- Meeting BQ rules for junior numbers in males and females in our association.
- Performance of our teams at grading will determine the final divisions they play in.
- The number of coaches who nominated for a position in the various age groups.
- Coaches being at minimum Level One as per BQ guidelines. A Level One course will be run before the start of BQJBC rounds to ensure our coaches are on this level.
Please note that the final approval of our nominated teams is made by Basketball Queensland. As an association, we would like to see as many juniors as possible having the opportunity to play representative basketball. Where players have missed out on making a team, we will be looking at options to continue their development. The introduction of the Sunshine Coast Basketball League is one solution to improve the quality of our competitions on the Sunshine Coast. We will also be running junior development programs during the year incorporating basketball camps and the Phoenix Junior Academy program that is in planning, and will be structured to cater to various skill levels.
Download your team list PDF below.
Please also see the following important announcements:
Representative team coaches
Representative season costings