Basketball

What’s different about basketball at Trinity? 

Well, while we have a history of success on the courts, we don’t play for ‘sheep stations’. We measure success by the friendships made and the fun we have while developing new skills and keeping healthy. We love the team focus of basketball and seek to ensure that playing for Trinity is an encouraging and positive environment.

Club Policy:

  • show good sporting character at all times.
  • abide by the umpires’ decisions.
  • value all team members and supporters and provide positive encouragement.
  • ensure everyone gets a fair go.
  • accept people’s differences and not discriminate.
  • attend games, practices and other activities to the best of our ability and advise someone if we are unable to do so.
  • abide by the rules and guidelines of SA Church Basketball.

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Teams

Presently we are ONLY filling teams for U8’s and U10s’. To join a team the player must be under the team age category on 30th September that year. For example to be eligible to play in the under 10’s, you must still be 9 or younger on 30th September.  Special circumstances will be taken into consideration – to find out more about eligibility please contact Raechel on 0400 200 490

Facilities

At Trinity Baptist we have two external courts with adjustable height backboards suitable for all age groups. The practice session for the teams are directly before the games on Saturday afternoon. Phone the Church Office  8276 1144, Monday – Friday mornings for information.

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Registration

To register for one of the Trinity Baptist Basketball Club winter season teams please download a Registration Form. The 2019 season starts on Saturday May 4th at Trinity Baptist Centre. Please return the completed form to Raechel, or deliver to the Church Office:

Attention: Raechel
Trinity Baptist Church
8a Bedford Square,
Colonel Light Gardens SA 5041

Our courts were recently upgraded by grants from the state and federal government. They are open to the public for use during any daylight hours and are very popular, especially over weekends.

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