Can you help the Suns add another banner to haul?

FOUR Waratah State League basketball banners hang in Sportz Central and the campaign to win the next one is about to begin.

Coffs Harbour Basketball Association is organising to meet to discuss the playing, coaching and organisational strength available for the Suns to compete in the 2015 competitions.

General manager Steve Smith said a preliminary meeting of all interested persons will be held on Thursday night from 6pm at Sportz Central.

SHINING LIGHT: Coffs Suns have planning under way to bring home the next Waratah State League banner. Photo: Contributed
SHINING LIGHT: Coffs Suns have planning under way to bring home the next Waratah State League banner. Photo: Contributed Contributed

"If you are interested in playing for the winning Suns program, or have an interest in coaching or managing our teams, or would be willing to join a State League organising committee, please show your interest," he said.

"If other commitments prevent you attending the meeting, please urgently contact me by phone or email with details on our website."

NSW Basketball will hold the 2015 State League meeting in Sydney on November 8-9 and CHBA must indicate at that conference whether it will field teams or not.

CHBA has announce the list of head coaches of the Suns division one junior teams for 2015 season and is seeking application for division two.

Representative committee spokesperson Leisa Mihai said multiple applications were received.

"This is good news and made our final decisions difficult," she said.

"The intention is to nominate our division one teams for the Country Premier League in 2015 and based on past experience we have some confidence BNSW will endorse our nominations.

"Now we are welcoming applications for coaches of our division two teams to be nominated to play in the Northern Junior League."

The final decision will depend on the number of players trialling and what BNSW decides for Country Premier League and what teams other associations in the area field for 2015.

Division two applications close on November 10.

CHBA COACHES 2015
Country premier league
U18 girls: Ashley Markham
U18 boys: Rick Gianoli
U16 girls: Kate Harland
U16 boys: Connie Woods
U14 girls: Justin Baldwin
U14 boys: Vicki Robertson
U12 girls: Laurie Van Loo
U12 boys: Tim Boorman



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