SCYC Scorpion and Kilsyth Cobras junior Josh Duach has been selected to the Australian Under 15 team.
Josh was a standout at a recent Australian Development Camp, with his performance earning him a spot in the Australian team which will compete at the FIBA Oceania Championships later this year. The Oceania tournament serves as a qualifier for next years FIBA Asia Championships, with a top-four finish guaranteeing Australia a berth at the Asia Champs.
It’s been a whirlwind 2018 on-court for Josh; the dynamic wing was named to the Victorian Metro Under 16 state team earlier this year – leading the Vic’s to Gold at the U16 Australian Junior Championships – and now he’ll go one step further, as he’s set to make his international debut in December at the Oceania Championships, held in Papua New Guinea.
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