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Scoring is Important – HRBA can help

Do you know how to score? Do you know the importance of the Scorer’s role? If you answered ‘No’ to either of the above questions have a chat to our Committee Member Kelly at the courts.   Kelly is more than happy to help you to learn and understand...

HOW TO SCORE

Please click on the link below to view the Scoring manual. HRBA scoresheet doc.   GUIDELINES FOR SCORERS FOLLOWING THE RULES Teams must provide a scorekeeper for all their games, except finals. The first-named team on the score-sheet will score the game while the team...

TEAM DUTIES

Teams from 14s, 16s, 18s and Seniors are all required to complete each week a team duty.  The duty time is posted on the fixtures and is either before or after the team’s game.  The person completing the required duty must report to Cheryl Steele, Referees...

TEAM MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES

   Hills Raiders Basketball Association encourages teams to appoint both a coach and a team manager. HRBA By-law 25 (2017) states all junior teams must have a Manager and Coach but historically sometimes one person has filled both roles, a situation tolerated but not...

HRBA Fees & Charges 2017/18

Gate Fee: $5.00 per Player per Game & Spectators Free Game Tokens issued on entry are to be presented to the Umpire/s at the commencement of the game 7 Players wanting to play = 7 Game Tokens required Gate Pass – $50 for 10 Passes OR a Season 16 Passes for...

Grading Age – Summer Season 2017/2018

  Players must be at least 6 years old as at 30th June, 2017 Grade 8 and Under Birthdate Range – 01.07.2010 – 30.06.2011 (Yr 1) Birthdate Range – 01.07.2009 – 30.06.2010 (Yr 2) 10 and Under Birthdate Range – 01.07.2008 – 30.06.2009...

INCLEMENT WEATHER

If you are unsure if the scheduled games will be played due to inclement weather conditions After 4:30pm  check our Facebook page; contact the Administrator on 9295 3714 or the Court mobile on 048 460...

Modified Rules – U8’s, U10’s, U12’s and U14’s

8’s & Under (Ring Height = 8 Foot/2.43m) The 8’s & Under games will consist of: skills training with coach participation in the first half and a modified full court man-on-man game in the second half Modified full court man-on-man means standard full court...

HRBA By-Laws 2018

UNIFORMS (a)        Teams must be in full uniform with numbers 4-15 at regulation size, marked front and back by the end of the third (3rd) set of fixtures. (b)        All players must wear full uniform consisting of Club/Team colours, style and material for shirts...

HRBA Fees & Charges 2017/18

HRBA FEES & CHARGES 2017/18   Gate Fee: $5.00 per Player per Game & Spectators Free Game Tokens now issued in lieu of stamp Tokens to be presented to Umpire/s at start of game 7 Players wanting to play = 7 Game Tokens required Gate Pass – $50 for 10...

HRBA – SunSmart Policy

      The following policy is in place to help Hills Raiders Basketball Association minimise the risks of overexposure to UV. Rationale A balance of ultraviolet radiation (UV) exposure is important for health. Too much UV from the sun can cause sunburn, skin damage,...

Spectators Code of Behaviour

  SPECTATORS CODE OF BEHAVIOUR Remember that young people participate in sport for their enjoyment and benefit, not yours. Applaud good performance and efforts from all individuals and teams. Congratulate all participants on their performance regardless of the game’s...

Players Code of Behaviour

PLAYERS CODE OF BEHAVIOUR Play by the rules. Never argue with an official. If you disagree, have your captain, coach or manager approach the official during a break or after the competition. Control your temper. Verbal abuse of officials and sledging other players,...

Parents Code of Behaviour

  PARENTS CODE OF BEHAVIOUR Remember that children participate in sport for their enjoyment, not yours. Encourage children to participate, do not force them. Focus on the child’s efforts and performance rather than winning or losing. Encourage children always to play...

Code of Conduct for Coaches

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR COACHES To provide all members with an appropriate environment in which to learn and enjoy their basketball, it is imperative that all Coaches have a common Code of Conduct. All Coaches should: Be reasonable in demands on players time, energy and...