History

 

The Waverley Basketball Association was formed in 1976 with the building of the Jordanville Community Centre. Waverley began with one court at the current location and grew over a number of years with additional competitions played at Highvale Secondary College, Mazenod College, Mount Waverley Secondary College, and Wheelers Hill Secondary College.

Courts 1, 2 and 3 were constructed in 1992 at a cost of $1.3 million and in 1999 Courts 5 and 6 were completed for a further $400,000. Although on council land the building of the stadium was totally funded by the Waverley Basketball Association through loans with the National Australia Bank.
 


 

 
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Junior Domestic Entry Fee Increase
20/05/2015
Waverley Basketball would like to advise all members that as of July 1...
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Waverley's Baldwin Sisters prove that they have "Got Game"
13/05/2015
Story from www.vjbl.com.au There is no doubt that basketball talent r...
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Plumbing Issues Resolved
11/05/2015
The plumbing issues which had caused the cancellation of Junior Falcon...
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SUNDAY COMPETITION CANCELLED
10/05/2015
  Waverley Basketball regrets to advise its members that due to ...
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Carly Mijovic Player of the Month
06/05/2015
Waverley State Championship Women Forward Carly Mijovic has been named...
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Saturday Domestic Back After One Week Break
28/04/2015
After an exhausting first week of competition, Saturday teams, coaches...
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Falcon Tegan Cunningham Inducted Into Junior College Hall Of Fame
24/04/2015
Three Legends Take Their Place in Seward Athletics Hall of Fame &...
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Grading Fixtures Good to Go
15/04/2015
We have reached the beginning of a new Junior Domestic Season. The Win...
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