The regular season for our ‘Fratelli Frankston’ Junior Domestic has drawn to a close for Winter 2023. Which means we’re in the midst of finals!
The Winter 2023 Saturday Junior Domestic season at Frankston & District Basketball Association (FDBA) has been remarkable.
A staggering 5201 registered players have showcased their skills across an impressive 4046 total games over 16 weeks of play.
These young athletes displayed their passion for the sport, contributing to a total of 156,322 points scored.
The commitment of 1173 invaluable referees (73.3 per Saturday) ensured fair play and sportsmanship throughout the season.
These numbers highlight the associations desire to build a thriving basketball community and to provide countless young players with opportunity to develop their skills, compete, and, most importantly, enjoy the game.
We look forward to building on the success of this season, by continuing to create a positive and inclusive basketball environment for everyone.
All parents, players, coaches, team managers and club delegates should be proud of their hard work this season.
|Season Overview – Winter 2023 Saturday Junior Competition|
|Club Name||Teams (526)||Wins|
|Ballam Park Boomers||5||37|
|Derinya Basketball Club||48||326|
|Flinders Basketball Club||27||233|
|Frankston High Basketball Club||10||88|
|Mt Eliza Meteors||95||701|
|Mt Eliza Storm||18||108|
|Pearcedale Basketball Club||10||82|
|South End Spirit||5||51|
|St Anne’s Avengers||13||114|
|St Joachim’s Panthers||7||61|
|St. Jude’s Flames Basketball Club||10||68|
|St John’s Jaguars||14||110|
Congratulations to all teams who competed week after week and a special congratulations to those who have earnt the privilege of reaching finals.
After more than four months of competition, junior finals are here and everybody is bubbling with anticipation – it is now time to witness the culmination of hard work that has been invested throughout the year.
The excitement level will be off the charts as these talented juniors set themselves to cap off their seasons in style.
Let’s remember during finals that respectful conduct is fundamental. Referees, coaches, players and parents may all be feeling the pressure at this time of the season. Let’s focus on nurturing a supportive and positive atmosphere for our young athletes, referees, and everyone involved. Best of luck!
Note: Please remain mindful that finals will be busy and parking is limited. Additional car spaces are available at Kananook Railway Station and on Bardia Avenue. Parking on the nature strip is prohibited.