We Ball Together As the peak governing body for basketball in Queensland, BQ is committed to delivering outstanding competitions, development programs and high-level governance for more than 40,000 basketball players, coaches, officials and administrators.
Basketball Queensland’s High Performance Program (HPP) is a three-tier system engineered to identify, develop and foster the skills of young athletes who aspire to compete at the national and international levels of basketball. The HPP provides ongoing support to existing state and national representative players, and places focus on coach development and support.
Each year Basketball Queensland holds a New Year's coaching clinic before the Under 18 State Championships to provide coaches from around the state for further development, focusing on a variety of coaching concepts from early offence to organising defence.
Basketball Queensland Future Leaders Program. 49 likes. A leadership development program aimed specifically at 'young' people seeking to be involved in the administration and governance of sporting...
The Taipans Future Development Program is the first step in the elite development pathway for Far North Queensland. It is designed to identify and work with talented players from 10 to 13 and is an integral part of the Taipans Player pathway. It is aimed at teaching technical and tactical elements of Basketball along with introducing athletes and
BQJBC provides a competition pathway for elite junior players representing their associations, with Basketball Queensland’s affiliated associations in the south-east Queensland region eligible to enter.
The South Queensland Junior Basketball Competition (SQJBC, formerly known as BQJBC) is a representative competition conducted in the south-east region of Queensland. The competition caters for Under 12 to Under 21 age groups in both boys and girls.
basketball queensland Hillcrest has been well represented in Queensland basketball recently, with students Lilly Rotunno, Shorna Preston, Jade Peacock, Layla-J Cameron, Mathayus Mata'afa, Ezekiel Stortenbeker and Josh Wolff being selected for the Basketball Queensland Future Development Program.
About. Previously under the banner of Top of the North and QNJBC, the North Queensland Junior Basketball Competition (NQJBC) is an association-level representative competition catering for players in the Under 12 to Under 18 age groups who live north of Rockhampton. This competition gives elite junior players in North Queensland the opportunity ...
Junior Rep Fixtures. The Central Queensland Junior Basketball Competition (CQJBC) is an association-level representative competition catering for players in the Under 12 to Under 18 age groups who live north of the Sunshine Coast and South of Mackay. This competition gives elite junior players in Central Queensland the opportunity to compete against other BQ affiliated associations in a manner that is not restricted by distance and travel.