OPAL/BOOMER LEAGUE2020-05-08T15:32:45+10:00

OPAL/BOOMER LEAGUE 2020
SEASON | FEBRUARY 22ND TO JUNE 27TH, 2020

 

Welcome to our Opal/Boomer League Summer 2020 Season. Please find below information regarding the season, rules, regulations and procedures.

Should you require assistance or additional information throughout the season please do not hesitate to approach either the Stadium Supervisor or Game Supervisor during your competition. Assistance is also available from our office staff between 9am and 4pm, Monday to Friday by calling 99133622 or send your enquiry by e-mail to mwba@manlybasketball.com.au

OPAL/BOOMER LEAGUE COMPETITION

OPAL LEAGUE: a composite competition for girls in primary school years 3/4 or 5/6

BOOMER LEAGUE: a composite competition for boys in primary school years 3/4 or 5/6

AVAILABLE ONLINE UNTILL 9PM SUNDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 2020 UNLESS SOLD OUT PRIOR

ENTRIES

 

Wait List

Yr 3/4 Girls|Girls in Primary school years 3 or 4| NBISC or NSHS|Saturday

Yr 5/6 Girls|Girls in Primary school years 5 or 6| NBISC or NSHS|Saturday

Yr 3/4 Boys|Boys in Primary school years 3 or 4| PCYC Dee Why|Saturday

Yr 5/6 Boys|Boys in Primary school years 5 or 6| PCYC Dee Why|Saturday

Fee covers.

  1. Player Registration (per comp)
  2. Player Entry (per season to cover competition fees)
  3. Uniform Fee (MWBA provides a reversible singlet for the player to keep)

 

Games are played at the Northern Beaches Indoor Sports Centre, Narrabeen Sports High School pr PCYC Dee Why.  Games are conducted for 18 minute halves – Running clock
2 minute half time break
1 time out per team, per half. The clock will be stopped for time outs
The last minute of the second half is fully timed (the clock will stop on any whistle or any
made basket) if the margin is 10 points or less 

OPAL.BOOMER 2020 COMPETITION DRAWS

OPAL.BOOMER 2020 COMPETITION LADDER*

Game scores are recorded on the draw. Results have been updated when the game appears in red.

SUMMER 2020 COMPETITION SCHEDULE

  • Competition commences the week of Saturday 22nd February  & concludes Saturday 27th June, 2020
  • Semi Final / Placing Week – 1st vs 4th & 2nd vs 3rd
  • Grand Final Week – 22nd June to 27th June, 2020

COMPETITION HOLIDAYS/BREAKS

  • Holiday break – Monday 13th April 2020 to Saturday 25th April 2020 (inclusive).
  • Public Holidays – no competition played (all grades) on Queens Birthday Long Weekend (8th June, 2020)

The scoresheet lists the names of registered players who have been nominated by the Team Manager. Managers wishing to add or delete players from the roster must do so on the ‘Change of Roster’ form. 

Click here to submit ‘Change of Roster’ online.

Players cannot be added to the roster after week 5. Requests to waive this rule will be considered on a case by case basis. 

NB Handwriting your name on the scoresheet each week does not qualify as an amendment to roster. Your Manager needs to complete the above form.

 KEY POINTS WHEN ORDERING YOUR TEAM UNIFORM

  • tops must be matching & reversible
  • shorts must be matching
  • numbers (00, 0-99) must be displayed on the front and back of each playing top
  • no parts of the uniform may feature external pockets or any other feature with potential to cause injury
  • undergarments which protrude from under the uniform must be the same colour as uniform or black
  • Please note that all teams must be in correct uniform from week 4. Refer to by-laws for clarification.

All parents will be asked by the Team Manager to undertake scoretable duties throughout the season. Your team only needs to supply one person per game. MWBA staff will provide assistance for the first few weeks of the competition. Team mangers are asked to provide a roster to all members of the team so that each member knows when it is their turn to undertake scoretable duties. Please note the scoretable official should be minimum 14years+

Want to learn more about Scoretable duties click here.

Click to view Competition By-Laws, Codes of Conduct, Zero Tolerance Policy and Risk Policy. Manly Basketball expects all participants to adhere to the spirit of the rules, with fun and healthy recreation as the primary goals rather than winning at all costs.

For the most, participants and spectators enjoy their basketball in a competitive and positive manner here at Manly Warringah Basketball. From time to time however, some people let their emotions take over and display unacceptable behaviour towards officials, the opposition or their supporters and at times, even their own team members or kids. Please always remember to support participants, including referees in a positive manner.  Please view our Zero Tolerance Policy and be aware that any breaches can be referred to tribunal.

Looking for an extra player to join your team? Check out the Individual Player Board! Click here to view.

Please contact INDIVIDUAL directly via e-mail. Should you not receive a reply within 48 hours please email mwba@manlybasketball.com

If you wish to be removed from the Individual Player Noticeboard please forward an email to mwba@manlybasketball.com

INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS

Please note that while Manly Basketball Association will make every effort to accommodate individual players, placement is not guaranteed. 

Manly Basketball Association has created an Individual Player Board to assist the many parents and players who are seeking to join a team and the teams who are seeking players. 

Submissions will appear on our website within 7 working days. Please note:

By nominating as an Individual player, you are agreeing to:

  • your details (individual name, email address, mobile phone number, grade) to be posted on the Individual Player Board located on the Manly Warringah Basketball Association website. 
  • MWBA competition by-laws, policies and procedures. Click here to view all documents.

 

Require further assistance please contact the stadium on 9913 3622 or email mwba@manlybasketball.com.au

COMING EVENTS

Holiday Camp: for players that want to improve their game.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Where can I fill my drink bottle?2020-01-14T08:59:16+11:00

Northern Beaches Indoor Sports Centre has to water stations located in the front foyer underneath the staircase.

Who do I see for injury or an on-court issue?2020-05-08T13:12:50+10:00

Please approach a Manly Warringah Basketball Supervisor, wearing a high visibility vest. If you can’t locate staff member on floor, please go to Reception. Ice is available from the Supervisor or Reception. For further information please contact us here

When can I use my Active Kids Voucher?2020-01-14T08:50:52+11:00

An Active Kids voucher can be used for 8 week programs. Option only available online and will appear at payment window should the program be suitable under Office of Sports guidelines. Please note that players first name, surname and date of birth must match Manly Warringah Basketball database and Services NSW/Office of Sport database. If an error occurs please contact the stadium prior to proceeding. For further information click here.

What are the rules of Basketball?2020-01-22T09:31:58+11:00

Click here to view FIBA Basketball Rules & Regulations.

What is the height of a backboard?2020-01-22T09:33:04+11:00

The top of the hoop is 10 feet (305 cm) above the ground. Regulation backboards are 72 inches (183 cm) wide by 42 inches (110 cm) tall. All basketball rims (hoops) are 18 inches (46 cm) in diameter. The inner rectangle on the backboard is 24 inches (61 cm) wide by 18 inches (46 cm) tall.

Click here to view FIBA Equipment regulations

What is the pathway for a REFEREE?2020-01-14T08:44:26+11:00

Click here to download REFEREE PATHWAY.

How do I become a Manly Sea Eagles Coach?2020-05-08T15:52:56+10:00

Applicants must have their Club Coaching (previously Level 1) Coaching Certificate. 

Send your resume to Duan Jordan | duane.jordan@manlybasketball.com.au

What is the pathway for a COACH?2020-05-08T15:51:26+10:00

Please click here for more information.

What is the complaints procedure?2020-01-14T08:33:58+11:00

Should your team encounter a problem with the opposition, a referee or a spectator, please approach the Stadium Supervisor or Game Supervisor immediately. This approach should be made in a polite manner by the team manager or coach. 

Should you feel that your complaint is not dealt with satisfactorily, please click here to lodge a complaint online.

Where do spectators sit during a game?2019-08-20T15:38:48+10:00

To facilitate best practice game management, team benches are only to be occupied by players, coach and manager. All spectators are required to be seated on the opposite side of the court or in the grandstands.

What is the pathway for a PLAYER?2020-01-14T08:30:44+11:00
Where can I order playing uniforms?2020-01-14T08:41:14+11:00

KEY POINTS WHEN ORDERING YOUR TEAM UNIFORM

  • tops must be matching and reversible
  • shorts must be matching
  • numbers (00, 0-99) must be displayed on the front and back of each playing top
  • no parts of the uniform may feature external pockets or any other feature with potential to cause injury
  • undergarments which protrude from under the uniform must be the same colour as uniform or black
  • Managers are encouraged to purchase an additional shirt when ordering NEW playing singlets. Spare shirt can be used for fill-ins, players who forget their shirt or new recruits. 

Manly Warringah Basketball Association uses Canterbury Sport for its Potter League competition.  Located at unit 5, 45 Bassett Street, Mona Vale, NSW, 2103. Canterbury sport has competitive prices and a great turn around. Contact Clive on 0414 973 191.

 

What happens when a tech foul is issued?2020-01-22T09:33:48+11:00

Any player assessed with a technical or unsportsmanlike foul during a game will be required to leave the court for a period of no less than 5 minutes. If substitutes are available, this player may be replaced. Should the same player be assessed with a 2nd technical or unsportsmanlike foul, s/he will be ejected from the game and the stadium.

Where can I find Further coaching educations?2020-05-08T15:55:21+10:00

Click Here for further information

What coaching opportunities are there?2020-05-08T15:56:45+10:00

Click here for further information

Why does MWBA prefers you to play man-to-man in local competition?2020-01-14T09:39:17+11:00

One of the most-debated topics is what defense should we teach Junior players? Zone, Pressing, Man-to-Man? The answer is without a doubt man-to-man defense! We can promise you that in the long-run, you will develop better basketball players by playing man to man defense.

Man-to-Man Defense will help you win more games in the long run and develop better players. You may not win as many games at first, but I guarantee you’ll be more successful both as a team and as individual players if you teach man-to-man defense principles (page 3) properly to juniors.

Coaches use zones to hide weaknesses, lack of player development or to contain athletic opposition players. We understand why coaches teach zones but we believe if you work through the principles of man-to-man you will reap the reward of smarter, stronger and more versatile athletes and a far more successful team in the future. As a coach, you get to see players succeed at higher levels because of the foundation you set as a coach.

 

What size Basketball should I use?2020-01-14T09:27:49+11:00

Recommended ball size for competition:

  • Potter League Competition | Boys & Girls (Size 5)
  • Miniball Competition | Boys & Girls years 3-4 (Size 5), Boys & Girls years 5-6 (size 6)
  • Junior Competition | Year 7 boys (size 6) Year 8 Boys to Open School Boys (size 7), Girls Year 7 to Open School Girls (size 6)
  • Senior Competition| Open Men (size 7), Open Women (size 6)