Congratulation to both NSW Men’s National League Basketball Teams, the Sydney Metro Blues and the Wollongong Roller Hawks for making the NWBL Finals series in mid-August. The Roller Hawks coming out victorious 79-70 over the Blues in the grand final. The Roller Hawks advanced directly to the final after comprehensively defeating Kilsyth on Friday night
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Following the conclusion of the second last round of the 2017 season, Wollongong Rollerhawks and Kilsyth Cobras secured first and second place on the ladder respectively with the Sydney Metro Blues, Be Active Perth Wheelcats and the Queensland Spinning Bullets left to fight for the remaining two playoff positions. The Rollerhawks travelled
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Australian Rollers star Justin Eveson cuts down the net after winning the IWBF World Championship. Author BASKETBALL AUSTRALIA Official Basketball Australia Media Release Posted on Monday, July 14th, 2014 The Australian Rollers men’s wheelchair basketball national team are the 2014 IWBF World Wheelchair Basketball Champions after defeating the USA 63-57 in the final to secure back-to-back
WS NSW sends out huge congratulations to wheelchair tennis star Adam Kellerman, who recently achieved his highest world ranking of #13 earlier this month! Performing well in an ITF 1 tournament in Daegu, South Korea, Adam won an intense match against world
The Australian Gliders women’s wheelchair basketball national team will face tournament hosts Canada in the quarter finals of the 2014 IWBF Women’s World Wheelchair Basketball Championship on Friday morning (AEST). Author: BASKETBALL AUSTRALIA Official Basketball Australia Media Release Posted on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 A match-up with the host nation was set after the Gliders suffered their
The journey to the 2014 IWBF Women’s World Wheelchair Basketball Championships reach the final stages, with the Australian Gliders women’s national team departing for Europe today. Ahead of their opening game of the World Championships in Toronto, Canada, the Gliders head to Germany and The Netherlands for a series of games against medal-calibre opposition that
The Australian Men’s Wheelchair Tennis Team have placed 9th in World Group I at the 2014 BNP Paribas World Team Cup in Alphen, Netherlands. As the highest ranked men’s wheelchair tennis players in Australia, WS NSW members Adam Kellerman, Ben Weekes and Keegan Oh-Chee formed the Australian Men’s Tennis Team and represented Australia at the