We have a number of clubs participating in our competition, so it is your choice as a family to pick which club may suit you best
The Kensington Junior Basketball Club has been fielding basketball teams since 2010. Growing from a single team playing at MSAC, to a Club of 26 teams playing at Westgate.
Training venues: Flemington Primary School; North Melbourne YMCA, Arden Street; Kensington YMCA Recreation Centre.
Contact: Mick Bramich
Newport raiders a fairly new club, and growing rapidly with doubling the number of teams at Westgate this current season.
Training Venues: Altona North Primary School
Contact: Brad Julier
ph: 0438 601 063
Wembley Basketball Club was established in 2006 beginning in the Altona Basketball Association competition, we've quickly grown in numbers at Westgate with 17 teams in the competition.
Training Venues: Wembley Primary School Hall, St Leonards Avenue, Yarraville
Contact: Jade Wisely
ph: 0400 091 144
The Westside Suns Basketball Club was established in 2012 and has been rapidly growing as the biggest club competing with 73 teams across every age group and division.
Training Venues: Victoria University Community Stadium, Footscray Park Campus & Nicholson St Campus, RecWest Footscray, RecWest Braybrook & Yarraville West Primary School
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The Williamstown Cannons Basketball Club ('Willy Cannons') was established in 1991, 32 teams (out of 71 teams) currently entered across every age group and division.
Training Venues: Williamstown High School, Bayview Street & Pasco Street Campus’s,
Williamstown North Primary School & Altona North Primary School
Contact: Jeremy Goldin
The Williamstown Magic Basketball Club was founded in late 2005. With 23 teams in 2 competitions, we hope to grow in numbers at Westgate!
Training Venues: Willi High, Bayview St, Williamstown and Bayside College, Kororoit Ck Rd, Williamstown
Contact: Dale Manlein
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Our mission is to unite and strengthen our community through an inclusive club that fosters the development of our youth, the next generation of leaders.
Thus far our bread and butter has been Football. This however should not limit our capacity given it is merely a vehicle for engagement.
The club is very conscious of all other youth in the community that do not gravitate to Football. With that in mind, we are excited to announce this season we have entered 2 teams in the Westgate basketball association