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SENIOR BOYS AND GIRLS DIVISIONS

 Pool games have now finished and divisions have been determined for the rest of the season for C/D Girls, B/C/D Boys and A/B Girls.  For your information, this is how it will work:
 
C/D Girls:  The top 3 teams in each pool will become C Division, the bottom three become D Division.  Where two teams finish with an equal record, head to head results will determine final standings. There will be 5 rounds played in the division before semis and finals.
 
B/C/D Boys: The top two teams in each pool plus the next best team will become B Division, the 3rd and 4th placed teams will become C Division and the 5th and 6th placed teams will become D Division.  B and D Division will end up with 7 teams in each.  Where two teams finish with an equal record, head to head results will determine final standings. There will be 5 rounds played in the division before semis and finals. 
 
A/B Girls:  The top 3 teams in each pool will become A Division, the bottom three become B Division.  Where two teams finish with an equal record, head to head results will determine final standings. There will be 5 rounds played in the division before semis and finals.
 
Intermediate B Girls and Boys have 13 and 14 teams respectively.  Their Pool games finish in the next two weeks before they enter a crossover - finals format.  I have attached a description of how this works.  

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2014 Season Information

The 2014 season of the Sunshine Coast Secondary Schools Basketball Competition commences on Friday, July 18. The competition, now in its 21st year of operation, attracted a record 105 teams from across the Sunshine Coast last year and is set to be even bigger in 2014.  Competitions are offered for Junior (Year 7 & 8), Intermediate (Year 9 & 10) and Senior (Year 11 & 12) with a number of Division in each age group to cater for novices to skilled players.  There are approximately 9 games plus finals in each competition and the team nomination fee is usually around $300 for the season.

Nominations will be called for in mid-May and they close on Wednesday, July 19.  Schools considering entering a team into the competition should send a delegate along to the AGM at Matthew Flinders Anglican College, 5pm on May 12.