U21 Women's Training

Hi All for those that made the U21 Women's Team training commences tonight.

At TSS Tonight (Monday) 6.30-8 pm! we are working on a more regular training base for you and should have it worked out by the end of the week.more

GCJBL Summer League Registrations

Registrations are in full swing for the GCJBL please be reminded that registration fee to GC and BQ is for NEW Players (i.e. didnt play past winter competition) Only. If you are returning from the winter competition please speak to your club as they have alternate ways to pay without having to pay the extra $45 for EOY Registrationmore

Gold Coast Rollers School Basketball Camp

Gold Coast Rollers Camp is on again Tuesday the 22nd and Wednesday the 23rd of September at Kings Christian College. To register click the link on the right side of the page. Click through for more informationmore

GCJBL Summer League Starting Soon

The GCJBL Summer League will commence October 9th and 10th. for more information contact the office on 5594 4108 or Alternatively if you use the Join Basketball dropdown menu and click on Club details you will find a list of all our Junior Clubs.more

Summer Competitions Start Soon

The GCCRBA Senior Competitions start the week of the 21/09/15. To nominate your team follow the link and fill out the nomination form and send into

U/21 Gold Coast Rep Trials

Trials for U21 Men's and Women's Teams will commence Next Thursday the 3/09 and the following Thursday 10/9 At Varsity College

Womens - 6-7.30pm
Mens - 7.30 - 9pm

Register by following the link on the side of the page.more


Please click the heading above to find information about Junior registration and club informationmore


The 2015 Senior Registration Player Information is now available under Join Basketball - Register Online in the above header. Please ensure you read through all of the information on this page before completing the online registration form as all senior competition registrations including Celtics and Palm Beach will be taken through this process.more


Gold Coast Basketball has introduced a Zero Tolerance Policy in regard to poor spectator behaviour at junior competition games. This policy is not aimed at stifling or diminishing healthy supportive cheering or the ability of all spectators and parents to enjoy the spectacle of junior sport but rather to ensure that the support is done in a manner deemed appropriate under the Codes on Conduct.more
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Referee Profile of the Week


Thomas Peisley - National/QBL Panel Referee

Selected to the Officials Crew the 2015 QBL Women's Grand Final Series


When did you start your Refereeing career?

Started refereeing about 17 years ago, in between playing juniors on a Friday night.

Why did you start Refereeing

Besides earning some pocket money, I started refereeing to become a better player through knowing the rules as best as I can. This helps as you start to understand the game a lot better as well as starting to learn what other referees are looking for in the game and this gives you a competitive advantage on the court.

What has been the highlight of your Refereeing Career

 A couple of highlights come to mind, refereeing an international tournament in Malaysia was amazing, being selected to the QBL Women's grand final series in Rockhampton for 2015, also refereeing a travelling St Mary's NCAA squad vs Gold Coast All Stars. But the highest accolade would have to be refereeing both the Boomers & Opals on numerous occasions in preseason games on their way to Olympic & World Championship campaigns.

What Advice would you give Juniors who may be interested in picking up the Whistle?

Advice to junior officials is "attention to detail", knowing your strengths and weaknesses and continuing to build on both is what drives me each day. Setting realistic goals both short and long term allows for a sense of accomplishment. And most importantly, be willing to make mistakes and accept them! Nobody is perfect, everyone has different views, particularly in a team sport such as basketball. Control what you can control to the best of your ability and the rest of the pieces will fall in place.