The camp at the Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence September 30 to October 2 will include 36 athletes and 12 coaches in four days of intense on-court work, as well as education and strength & conditioning sessions.

With the squads selected from performances across the 2019 Australian Junior Championships and in the various state and territory elite development programs, the camp is an important part of the national emerging pathway.

Emphasis for the camp will be on skill and concept development, with leadership from the BA Centre of Excellence coaches and high performance coaches from each state and territory.

Australia Development Camp – September 29 & 30, October 1 & 2

Boys – Player


Girls – Player


Bowyn Beatty ACT Dyani Ananiev Victoria
Mason Davis Queensland Tayla Brazel South Australia
Harry Evans NSW Mia Bruce NSW
Rory Hawke Queensland Sophia Burrows Victoria
Josh Hughes Queensland Lil Dart Queensland
Josh Hunt Western Australia Keeley Evans Victoria
Fletcher MacDonald NSW Amelia Hassett NSW
AJ Magbegor Victoria Tess Heal Victoria
Kobe McDowell-White Queensland Mia Jacobs Western Australia
Jack McWilliams NSW Chloe Kitto Tasmania
Blake Neilson Western Australia Georgie Koopmans Victoria
Harrison Pennisi Queensland Teynah Logan NSW
Daniel Rogers Western Australia Ruby MacDonald NSW
Kane Runnalls Queensland Amy O’Hara Victoria
Ky Stattmann Queensland Shorna Preston Queensland
Alex Toohey ACT Nyadiew Puoch Victoria
Beau Tranter Victoria Lilly Rotunno Queensland
Charlie Wyatt South Australia Ruby Vlahov Western Australia
The Australian Development Camp plays a key role in the going development and identification of young players from through the country.

Basketball Australia

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