BWA Under 12 Hotshots Jamboree

The Under 12 Hotshots Jamboree has now been announced and registrations are now open via the BWA website.

 

The U12 Hotshots Jamboree is a two day basketball camp that mixes both skill development with structured gameplay. This event is for Under 12 boys and girls from every association all over WA. Players will receive the expert coaching required to develop their skills to the highest possible level, whilst having an opportunity to meet and play with new friends. A combination of individual and team fundamentals through station work and playing situations is sure to bring out the best in every player that attends. 

Brett Coxsedge (High Performance Manager for BWA) will head coach the camp, with the assistance of many other experienced coaches. A highlight at the end of the camp will be the opportunity for all players to attend and watch the West Coach Waves in their WNBL game against the Logan Thunder. 

The Under 12 Hotshots Jamboree is now open to all Under 12 players born 2001 and 2002 and you can register online via the Basketball WA website or by clicking the link below:

 

https://reg.sportingpulse.com/v5/regoform.cgi?aID=16776&formID=24629

 

Under 12 Hotshots Jamboree 

When: Saturday, January 19th 2013 (10am - 4pm) 
& Sunday, January 20th 2013 (9am - 12:30pm) 

Where: WA Basketball Centre, 201 Underwood Avenue, Floreat 

The cost to attend the Hotshots Jamboree is $100.00 which includes: 

- 2 day basketball camp 
- A focus on individual and team fundamentals 
- Structured gameplay 
- An opportunity to meet new friends 
- Camp T-Shirt and Drink Bottle 
- Watch the West Coast Waves in action. One child's ticket to the West Coast Waves home game vs Logan on Sunday, Jan 20th. Tipoff is immediately after the camp starting at 1pm at WABC. 

NOTE: Athletes are to bring their own lunch and snacks on both days. Please note this is not an overnight camp.




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