Since finishing his junior career with the Cobras, Kendall played college basketball at Metro State University in America and has been a member of the NBL Champion Sydney Kings. Kendall won a Commonwealth Games Gold Medal with the Boomers in 2006 and will be keen to book his trip to the Olympic Games in Beijing.
Cobra fans will have two opportunities to see Luke in action when the Boomers take on Iran on June 20th and again on June 28th when the Boomers take on New Zealand for the Ramsay Shield.
Boomers v Iran: Get your tickets NOW
Attention Australia Post Boomers fans!
Here is your chance to see Brian Goorjian leading Luke Kendall, Patty Mills, Chris Anstey and the Australia Post Boomers against Iran in a three-game international series on home soil.
Game 1 – Challenge Stadium in Perth on Monday 16 June – call Ticketmaster on 1300 136 122)
Game 2 – at Distinctive Homes Dome in Adelaide on Wednesday 18 June – call Venue-Tix on (08) 8225 8888) Game 3 – Melbourne – State Netball and Hockey Centre on Friday 20 June at 7.30pm – call Ticketmaster on 136 100.
Boomers take on the Kiwis on June 28
Tickets for Game 2 of the 2008 Ramsay Shield between the Australia Post Boomers and the New Zealand Tall Blacks in Melbourne on Saturday 28 June are on sale now.
Game 1 of the annual series will be played in Auckland on Thursday 26 June, with the return leg tipping-off at ‘The Cage’ (State Netball and Hockey Centre) at 5:00pm AET.
Here is your chance to watch Tigers sensation Chris Anstey, teen prodigy Patrick Mills and new South Dragons head coach Brian Goorjian strut their stuff – purchase tickets now by calling Ticketmaster on 136 100.
The Boomers will be fresh off a three-game ‘Boomers World Challenge’ series against Asian champions and Beijing opponents Iran while the Tall Blacks will use the games to ready themselves for one last tilt at qualifying for Beijing.
Led by Hummer Championship stars Kirk Penney and Pero Cameron, the Tall Blacks will head to Athens in early July in an attempt to claim one of the three remaining Beijing berths.
Ramsay Shield Game 2 of 2 – State Netball and Hockey Centre in Melbourne on Saturday 28 June at 5:00pm – call Ticketmaster on 136 100.
Oceania Champions Australia have been drawn in the same group as Asian Champions Iran for the opening round of competition in Beijing and with Olympic selection on the line the games are set to be fierce.
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