SLBA Handbook Updated!
Please see the Cups tab on the SLBA website for all this seasons cup draws.
West Level 1 Floor Officials Course.
Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 November 2013
Times: 10am-6pm (Saturday) & 9am-5pm (Sunday)
Venues: Saturday - Renfrew Sports Centre, Renfrewshire; Sunday - Lagoon Sports Centre, Renfrewshire
The total cost will be £75 per candidate, but if candidates sign up to referee on two Regional Development League Days after the course (One in December and one in February), then this total cost (£75) will be refunded back to the candidate. If you think you could become a Local/National League Referee and would like to apply for this course, then please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application form.
The Douglas Bader Officiating Scholarship is now available!
The full description of the Scholarship can be found on the basketballscotland website, under News and Officials:www.basketballscotland.co.uk To request an application form or the description please e-mail: email@example.com
Want to be a Referee?
To find out about new Floor Official courses please contact Ian Watt by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
All clubs are reminded that it is the responsibility of the winning club to post the white copy of the scoresheet to the Results Officer immediately after the game has been completed. The winning team must also e-mail or text the result immediately after the game has been completed. E-mail email@example.com text: 07803584774
The address for return of scoresheets is: Stuart Holland, 5 Moffat Gardens, East Kilbride, G75 8YA. Alternatively scoresheets can be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org No iphone photographs of scoresheets will be accepted.
British Masters Basketball Tournament 2014
Former SLBA Vice Chairperson John Campbell wins Gold Medal at World Masters Basketball Tournament
A short report on my experiences at the World Masters Games in Turin in early August I thought "why not? ". Short might be difficult but a few seeds for future participation in such a great event could be planted in the minds of Strathclyde players approaching 35+.
The WMG have been held at roughly four year intervals since 1985 with five of the cities hosting being Australian or Canadian, a reflection of the enthusiasm for masters competition in the two countries. The reasons for participation ( continue to play organized sport, travel the globe, experience different cultures and make new friends ) certainly happened for me.
Turin hosted the event ( 20 sports and nearly 30,000 competitors) brilliantly. Free transport,social events and free museum entry. Taking advantage of the latter was more culture than I could absorb but a memorable part of the whole experience.
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