Frankston Blues

Blues Alumni
Feb 24

Andersen Not Going Away for #NBL20

He doesn’t know where the next stop on his basketball journey will be, but David Andersen has declared this NBL season won’t be his last. The Illawarra Hawks veteran penned just a one-year deal with his inaugural pro club at the start of this campaign, with some believing it would close the book on a two-decade ... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
Feb 24

NBL1 TO SHOWCASE NEXT LEVEL OF AUSTRALIA’S BASKETBALL TALENT

By Basketball Victoria Basketball Victoria has partnered with the National Basketball League (NBL) to create a new league to strengthen the pathway for Australia’s best basketball talent. Tipping off on March 29, NBL1 will consist of 18 clubs across Southern Australia and feature both men’s and women’s team... [MORE]
Senior Blues
Feb 24

Powerade joins forces with Frankston Blues Senior Women as naming rights sponsor

Frankston's women will be supported on and off the court by Powerade (CCA) who have joined forces with the Blues as naming rights sponsor for the 2019 Basketball Victoria managed NBL1. With first year head coach Jess May at the helm of the Powerade Frankston Blues in 2019, she explained that through the support of s... [MORE]