Queenstown Junior Basketball Association 2020 Season. Parents, Players and Friends welcome to the new season for the Queenstown Junior Basketball Association. We offer a fun and friendly competition for boys and girls aged Under 11 and Under 15. New players are always welcome at any stage. Our Committee hopes all have a fun and successful season.
Queenstown Junior Basketball League. Our season generally is winter time (term 2 and a few weeks in term 3) in New Zealand. We run social based inhouse competition for years 7-13, or U18years on a Friday night between 3:30pm and 9:00pm. We post all our updates on our website qjbc.wordpress.com .
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Queenstown Junior Basketball Association caters for children aged 6-14. PO Box 111, Queenstown, TAS, Australia 7467
Queenstown Basketball Association. The best in the west! Welcome to the 2020 Roster. We provide an exciting sport for West Coasters to play in the summer months here in Tasmania. With competitions for men and women as well as boys and girls aged over 14 we look forward to having a fun and safe season.
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The new defibrillator was purchased by the Queenstown Junior Basketball Association, using funds donated by the partner of Alistair Lucas following his death at the Mt Lyell Mine in 2013. Jason Clarke, from Copper Mines of Tasmania (Mt. Lyell) also provided integral assistance in the purchase of the defibrillator.
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