These Academies are designed to improve your basketball skills:
PASSING, SHOOTING, DRIBBLING & DEFENCE!
A CLINIC NOT TO BE MISSED!
Run by GRANT JOHNSON, former NBA D-LEAGUE player and current SHERBROOKE SUNS player. Grant has been trained by the same MIAMI HEAT development
coaches who train LeBRON JAMES!more
Making it to College is the first big step for any young basketballers in the pursuit of greatness. For one young local boy that dream has now become a reality.
After only one season of Representative Basketball for the Sherbrooke Suns Victorian Youth Championship side, Josh Dow will be heading over to the “University of the Cumberland’s” in the great American State of Kentucky.more
When 4 of your starting 5 players leave due to age restrictions it is tough for any team. So a rebuild is needed and the Sherbrooke Suns Youth Champ Men side this year are confident they have put together a side that can do just that.more
Are you serious about your basketball?
Do you want to take your game to the next level?
Get yourself ready for the upcoming Sherbrooke Suns representative try-outs.
For domestic and representative players born 1999-2005more
In September we are having 4, 2 hour sessions that will be for Sherbrooke juniors U16s, 18s and U20s girls to do trials and the best will join our Women’s squad (Big V SCW) in October.
When: 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th Septembermore
The program involves staff from Basketball Victoria facilitating a Strategic Planning Workshop, and commencing the process of building a Strategic Plan for Sherbrooke Amateur Basketball Association. The initial Planning Workshop takes about 2 ½ hours to complete.
The workshop involves production of a Vision and Mission Statement for Sherbrooke, a SWOT analysis, and our drivers for the coming yearmore
Our team from last season to this season has taken a big change, while retaining 6 players from last season we have introduced 6 new debutantes and introduced some of our juniors the taste of Championship Basketball.more
17 teams from Sherbrooke competed in the January tournament. It was great to see Sherbrooke players, parents and others out cheering on our teams over the whole weekend. I would like to congratulate all players, coaches, team manager and parents for the sportsmanship and camaraderie that was evident across the whole weekend.more
The 2013 season for the Sherbrooke Hoist Hydraulics Suns Championship Women's Team looks to be a strong and competitive season ahead, after a solid building of the Women's program over the last 2 years at Sherbrooke.more