Mildura Basketball is excited to announce the roster for the King Construction Men Heat for the upcoming Big V season. The Big V season is due to commence on Saturday 19th March, with the team to hit the highway for Round 1, however, in the second round we will get to see them in action at the Hothouse for the first home game of the season on Saturday 26th March.
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Mildura Basketball is excited to confirm the signing of Anthony Hill as the King Construction Senior Heat Men’s import for the 2022 Big V Season. Anthony, a 6'8 Forward out of Milwaukee, brings a wealth of international experience with the 33yr old having stints in Portugal, Germany, France and most recently Mexico. Head Coach Calvin Henry on Anthony's signing: The senior men's team are excited to have a players of Anthony's calibre come to Mildura. Anthony brins a lot of pr
The team at Mildura Basketball are excited to announce the return of Division 2 Men Naming Right Sponsor King Construction Group AND Division 1 Women Naming Right Sponsor Azzco Engineering for the 2022 Big V Season! Both sponsors have been on board and supported our senior program for a number of years now; the program would not be possible without their support. King Construction Group is a locally owned dynamic, innovative Mildura based building & construction company with
It's going to be a huge Big V season in Mildura with 11 home rounds at the Hothouse this year. The season commences on Saturday 19th March; however, the teams will be on the road for Round 1, therefore the first chance we will get to see them in action will be Round 2 on Saturday 26 March. Full season fixtures, results and stats once the season gets rolling you can go to: BIG V | mildura-basketball (mildurabasketballassociation.com.au)
We now call time on our 2021/2022 CBL season, with the women ending their finals campaign going down to the Maryborough Blazers in their semi-final on the weekend.
The team headed into the weekend on the road without Head Coach Travis Coombes, and up against a well experienced opponent; despite these challenges the team fought to the end, just falling short in the closing minutes to go down by 7, with final scores 70-63. The team at Mildura Basketball, along with the CBL pla
The Sunraysia Petroleum Heat men finished of their 2021/2022 CBL season with a convincing win over 6th placed Swan Hill Flyers 89-66 on the weekend. The team went into the round without the leadership of Kyle Newey, Nicholas Matulic and Tarryn Shaddock, which left the game in the hands of the 19 and under players on the roster. And, all credit must go to the young guys, as they stepped up and played some quality basketball. All ten players hit the scoreboard with Arche