Woodville Warriors District Basketball Club (WDBC)
Welcome to the 'Woodville Warriors'
The Woodville Basketball Club caters for basketball players of any age and ability. The Club is based at the Distinctive Homes Dome, Crittenden Road at Findon and provides basketball for 5 year olds through to ABA State League level. For beginners, starting in the Aussie Hoops program is a great introduction to basketball for 5-8 year olds or you can come straight out to a training session for any age groups. For players who want to play at a higher level, Woodville offers a professional and successful junior program. The Warriors are proud to have had players/coaches such as Tamara Haas, Carolyn Watts, Trudy Hopgood, Sarah Costello, Phil Smyth, Paul Rees, Kevin Brooks and Darren Ng associated with the ‘Mighty Green and Gold’.
Woodville enters our top men's and women's teams in the Australian Basketball Association (ABA) Central Conference. The season runs from March to September with matches on Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons. Come and see our elite basketballers, the vast majority of whom have played their way up the WDBC junior ranks and many team members have represented South Australian State Team.
For more information about these or any other basketball related activities, please contact the WDBC Office for more details.
The founding philosophy of the Woodville Basketball Club was to give any player, volunteer or coach the opportunity to compete at a District level, regardless of wealth, education, race or ability. That philosophy was to provide a sporting club, service and facility available to any member of the local community with the opportunity to join, be welcomed and to actively participate in sport.
Woodville District Basketball Club took its first breathe in March 1980 with its objective and vision to compete directly in theSouth Australian District Basketball Competition for the immediate and long-term future of the club.
WDBC CLUB ACHIEVEMENTS
City of Adelaide Championship 1991
A.B.A Men’ Central Conference 2000 – Champions
Metro League Championship 2001/2002
A.B.A. Men’s Central Conference 2005 - Champions