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BBNZ Community Coach – Term 1 Courses, 2019

The Basketball NZ Community Course is the FIBA WABC LEVEL 1 equivalent and is for coaches who coach secondary school players (ages 13 to 18), representative and adult players in clubs and associations. This level accreditation is the new minimum requirement for coaches wanting to coach at BBNZ rep tournaments. Click for more info and to register for upcoming courses in Term 1. (Read More)

by Scott Richardson , 1 week ago

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Referee Education – Community Referee Courses 2019

We are running a series of courses around the region for the Community Referee. The Community Course is part of the BBNZ Referee Curriculum and is for entry level referees looking to officiate in secondary school and community leagues. (Read More)

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Kiwi Hoops School Programmes

Want professional basketball coaching for your students? Find out more here about Kiwi Hoops and how you can get affordable programmes delivered in your school. (Read More)

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Rep Basketball Info 2019

Representative basketball has been a big talking point over the last few years and we want to keep you informed as to what is happening for 2019. (Read More)

by Scott Richardson , 4 days ago

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Back to Back 3×3 Wins for Toa!

Wellington’s Team Toa has gone back-to-back at the 3x3 Quest Tour, taking out the most recent leg of New Zealand’s only national 3x3 street basketball competition. (Read More)

by Scott Richardson , 1 week ago

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