The Victorian 18 & Under Girls Basketball team won the gold medal and the Boys team earned bronze at the School Sport Australia Championships held in Newcastle, NSW from 8 – 14 August.
Congratulations to Samantha Creed, Ashleigh Stonehouse and Cortney Williamson on being named in the Girls’ International Touring team, with Kate Ebzery, Ashley Hirons and Olivia Simmons named in the backup shadow squad. For the boys, Billy Johns-Teni, Andrew Steel and Stefan Uzelac were selected in the Boys’ International Touring team, with Jon Cooke and Shane Muir named in the backup shadow squad.
Click here to go to the School Sport Australia webpage that displays the results and ladders of the School Sport Australia Boys Basketball competitions, and click here to go to the School Sport Australia webpage that displays the results and ladders of the School Sport Australia Girls Basketball competitions
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