Frankston Blues
May 31

1983 | Height Is No Worry For Gaze

The below is a flash back piece from Boti Nagy website. Its a feature piece, part of the National Basketball League's (NBL) 1983 Media Guide about Frankston Blues, then called SABA Bears, SABA being the naming rights sponsor.   SABA BEARS coach Tony Gaze has scoffed at sceptics who claim his team is to... [MORE]
May 16

Fair Play Code

The Victorian Government’s new Fair Play Code, a code of conduct for sport and recreation in Victoria, outlines the standards of behaviour expected for everyone involved in sport and recreation. The Fair Play Code sends a loud and clear message – that bad behaviour, violence, cheating and intimidation has no p... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
May 15


Blues Youth League teams both got the wins first the weekend. See Big V Basketball's Recaps below. Youth League Men - Pakenham 69 def by Frankston 81 Heading into this match, 6th v 4th, we knew it was going to be a tough match. But we think it is fair to say that we were a little bit surprised to see this result... [MORE]
May 10


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Frankston Blues
May 09

SEABL Tasmanian Road Trip Preview

This weekend the 'Laser Electrical - Carrum Down' Blues SEABL Women and 'Frankston RSL' Blues SEABL Men are set to make the trip across Bass Strait for the annual Tasmanian Road Trip. The Women are set to land Friday to take on the Launceston Tornadoes at Elphin Sports Centre at 7:00PM.  Tornadoes currently sit 13t... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
May 01

Big V YL Round 6 Wrap Up

Coming out this weekend with 2 out 3 potential wins the youth league 'Laser Electrical - Carrum Downs' Women and 'Frankston RSL' Men had mixed results. Youth League Men - Western Port 90 def Frankston 81 Heading into this match, the Blues were the early tip. However, once the game got underway, the Steelers took ... [MORE]
Apr 27

FDBA: 2017 in Review

Key points: Two new board members appointed Strongest-ever financial position Record participation levels Confident of game scheduling resolution Bouncing back from stadium U-turn Confidence, commitment and commercial viability were key themes of the Frankston & District Basketball Association (... [MORE]
Apr 27

Frankston Susono Friendship Association Event

Extending from Frankston Basketball hosting the Australian Opals and the Japanese National team, the Frankston Basketball community is welcomed to come along to the Japanese Festival in Frankston, on SUNDAY 6th MAY 2018 10am-4pm at the Senior Campus at Frankston High School, Foot Street, Frankston. Come along to enj... [MORE]
Senior Blues
Apr 18

‘Laser Electrical – Carrum Downs’ SEABL Women Rd. 2 Review

Friday Evening v. Sandringham Sabres Friday Evening 'Laser Electrical - Carrum Downs' Frankston Blues Women made the short trip to Sandringham to take on the Sabres. New to the Frankston Blues leaving Sandringham Shannon Perrett scored 10 points and 3 boards. Blues Junior Emma Nankervis had a team high 16 points and 6... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
Apr 17

Upcoming Coaching Coaches

Frankston Basketball will soon begin to host a series of coaching course run by Basketball Victoria. These are are great opportunity for any domestic and representative coaches looking to further their knowledge. CLUB COACHING COURSE Replacing the former Level 1 NCAS course, this program consists of six hours of pra... [MORE]