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Basketball - Miniball

Year 3-6 students play modified rules with lowered hoops, a smaller ball and relaxed Miniball rules (eg. The opposition has to back off to halfway when possession is turned over). Students play against other schools on the North Shore. The school also runs a booster programme, which is a general skills programme led by a qualified coach. These booster programmes run on a Monday after school at the Roy Munn Gym.

Contact

Carl Buck
Email Carl
09 415 9566 Ext 2404

Registration

Registrations are completed online via our sport registration forms.

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Trials

Trials will be held at lunchtime over Weeks 1-3 in the Roy Munn Gymnasium.
Mondays – Year 3
Tuesdays – Year 4
Thursdays – Year 5
Fridays – Year 6

Season/Competition

Two semesters (Terms 1-2 and 3-4)
All teams train at lunchtimes in the Roy Munn Gym.

Year 2 students and any other interested students train in the Roy Munn Gym after school each Monday.
Year 3-6 teams play Tuesday nights at the North Shore Event Centre

Uniform

Year 3-4 teams wear PE shorts and shirt. Year 5-6 teams wear PE shorts and a Kristin Basketball singlet. Singlets $99.50 approx.

Cost

Approximately $180 per semester for entry into the North Harbour Primary Schools competition.

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