ACT Basketball Camp, Braddon

$295.00 $221.25

Merici College, Braddon
3, 4 & 5 October 2017

The ASC Basketball Camp in Braddon, Canberra, features a three day coaching program in all facets of basketball with specialist coaching sessions. The panel will include experienced basketball coaches with guest coaching from leading players and coaches.

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Camp Details

• The program is available for 6 to 16 year old players of all standards
• Innovative program covering all facets of basketball, designed to improve skills and maximise enjoyment
• Coaching from 9am to 3pm each day
• Work with your peers in groups of 14 or less
• Progress through a three day program utilising both group coaching and specialist coaches
• Written coaches report with great feedback
• Autographed photo of your group with the coaching director
• The chance to meet your sporting idols and make friends, while having fun playing basketball

Jessica Bibby


Bibby is one of the most influential female athletes in Australian sport playing a massive 394 games over her 20 year career. That is the most games ever played in the WNBL and she has won several championships. Bibby was a guard for the Canberra Capitals in the Women’s National Basketball League and before that played for the Dandenong Rangers. She has now joined the inaugural AFLW league, setting an example for all. Come meet Jessica down at the basketball courts to learn what it takes at the camps these spring school holidays.

Lauren Scherf


Lauren Scherf is an Australian Basketball player has been signed to play for the Canberra Capitals in the Women’s National Basketball League. She started at the Rangers in 2013, where she was awarded the WNBL Rookie of the Year Award. She has also represented the Australian U19s in 2013 and 2015. Come meet Lauren at the Basketball Camp this spring to gain an insight into her growing Basketball career.