Glen Iris Scorpions is a junior club associated with the Waverley District Association. We have teams for boys and girls from under 8 to under 18.
Our club encourages participation, team spirit and the social and sporting development of all players.
Waverley Basketball Association’s Competition is divided into two seasons per year. The Summer Season runs from October to March during school terms four and one, and the Winter Season runs from March to October during school terms two and three.
Teams have now been announced here. Please note that not all teams have coaches or team managers finalised, you will receive an email closer to the season start with this information.
If you or a family member would like to assist with these positions please let us know. We will be providing additional coaching and resources to assist our coaches. We also hope to bring some past or older junior players through this training, so please if you love the sport, or love being involved in a sport your child loves let us know.
Coach volunteers please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Manager volunteers please email email@example.com
These positions are vital to ensuring that the children whom play in the Scorpions uniform have fun, learn and develop as players.
All players require a uniform to play (Scorpions singlet and shorts). More information on ordering uniforms can be found here.
Keep your skills up during the term break, by joining in these holiday clinics, options for both beginner and advanced players. Click here for more details. Get $5 off when you select Glen Iris Scorpions at registration.
U12’s, U15’s, U18’s 3×3 holiday basketball tournament at Waverley. Wednesday 4th July. Click here for more details.
Ever thought of becoming a basketball referee?. Waverley have applications for the new beginner referee course commencing in April. Click to link to find out what the requirements of the course are and the commitment needed to be a referee. http://wavrefs.weebly.com/become-a-referee.html
Scoring for the first time may seem a daunting task, however it’s pretty easy once you get in front of the screen. Waverley have put together a handy tutorial so you can familiarise yourself with it before scoring duty. Click here to view.
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