Under-16 australian championships 2021/22

Warwick Senators look forward to hosting the National Under-16 Championships for 2021-2022 at Warwick Stadium in the City of Joondalup, Western Australia.

Basketball Australia Executive General Manager of Basketball, Paul Maley, said BA received tremendous feedback from players, coaches, and spectators about their experience at the 2017 Under-16 Championships, when Warwick hosted the event for the first time. 

“The Warwick Senators Basketball Club did a great job of delivering a well-organised, exciting and memorable tournament their first time around and we fully expect them to build upon this success when the Under-16 Championships return to Warwick Stadium for the next two years,” said Maley.

The Australian Under-16 Championships, first held in 1955, is an annual eight-day tournament featuring 26 boys and girls State Representative teams from across the country competing for the title of national champion.

CEO of Warwick Stadium, Josh Nipps, said “The Western Australian basketball community is excited about the opportunity to showcase our basketball talent, player-friendly facilities and passion for the game to the rest of the nation again in 2021 and 2022.” 

Responding to the announcement, Mayor Albert Jacob, JP – City of Joondalup, said, “It is a privilege for the City of Joondalup to host teams from across the country for the Australian Under-16 Championships.”

“We welcome visitors to Warwick Stadium and trust you will have an enjoyable time in our City, where we hope you get some time to explore some of the region’s attractions, including our wonderful coastline, restaurants and entertainment.”

The opening ceremony will take place at Warwick Stadium on Saturday 3rd July at 4:30pm.
Tickets will go on sale soon! 

Key Dates:
2021 Under-16 Australian Championships : 4th of July – 11th July 2021
2022 Under-16 Australian Championships : 3rd of July – 10th of July 2022

Resources:
2021 Fixtures
Basketball Australia Articles

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