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2011/2012 DIARY


KEY DUTIES Temp Staff

Accounts receiviable Accounts payable Bank Reconcilliation Financial reporting Investments Archives (financial) BVC MYOB file Budget Forecasting

Participation PAR Skills Days Regional Academy Jamborees State Teams(Admin) Apparel BVC Database Insurance Archives (operational) Office Management Liaison Player/Coach Dev Competition CMP Country Championships Club Championships CBL Conferences Tribunals BVC Websites BVC Newsletters BVC Database Archives (operational)

Event Staff

CBL Conference Commissioners

External volunteers etc

Competition Officer (N. Williams)

Participation Officer (T. Lyon)

Officers

Manager Senior Officers

Regional Development BDO Aussie Hoops Association Dev. Player Clinics School Clinics Intro to Coaches Course Healthy Living Regional Bus Plan Grant Assistance

Referees REF Referee Licenses Referee Developemnt Referee Accreditation Referee Coach Development Referee Coach Accreditation Referee Audits Referee Supervision Referee rostering

Finance

Player/Coach Development NITP Talent identification Elite Athlete development Dev. of Skills program Dev. of Academy program Dev. Of Network Coaches Coach Dev (level 1 and 2) State Teams (operational) Dev. of Video Analysis Liaison Participation

In 1967, Basketball Victoria Country was formed to provide service to all Associations, large and small, in Country Victoria. Over the years, BVC has succeeded in building development and competition programs for both juniors and seniors, which are highly regarded and respected by the other states.

BDO Loddon Mallee (Vacant)

BDO Grampians (Vacant)

Referees BDO South West (Vacant)

State Teams

Regional Administrators

Projects & Governance Committee Awards Commitee Game Development Committee

Committee Structure

Commission

Version 1 (15/6/2011)

Player Development

Association D.O.C

Academy Head Coaches

Referee Commissioners Referee Coaches

Referee Officer .8 (H. Pawsey) BDO Hume (M. Moody)

BDO Gippsland (Vacant)

Bookkeeper .4 (Contract BV)

Referee Committee Finance & Audit Committee Manager (D. Huxtable)

BV CEO Basketball Victoria Country Commission

BASKETBALL VICTORIA BOARD

BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY

NITP (A. Walsh)

Network Coaches

Media and Marketing Committee

BASKETBALL AUSTRALIA National Manager

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

This has been achieved by a small but dedicated office staff and a truly remarkable network of zone supervisors, volunteer administrators, coaches and referees, in all areas of the state. As we approach our 45th year of operation, we can look back on the past 24 months as being one of the most significant periods in our history. Over that time period the sport of basketball in Regional Victoria has seen a considerable change in the way the sport is administered. The BVC Commission has delivered on all 8 recommendations of the BVC Review and has commenced the program to Regionalise the development of basketball. Country Victoria has been divided into 5 Regions and the Commission has commenced the process to employ a full time Basketball Development Officer in each Region. Megan Moody commenced in April 2011 in the Hume Region and Jodie Harlow commenced in September 2011 in the Gippsland Region. BVC and the Commission are now working to have all Basketball Development Officers in place prior to 2014. This will be completed in line with strong financial planning and responsible budgeting. BVC Affiliated Associations will have seen some minor changes in our competition structure and the introduction of the U16/U18 Division 1 and 2 being separate from the Division 3 and 4 will be further developed in 2012. The aim of BVC in this area is to provide a quality competition for all divisions. In 2011 the BVC Commission formed a Game Development Committee to look at and improve the delivery and development of the game. This committee will also liaise with the Referee Committee on the introduction of any new rules considering the financial and practical impact on associations. The highest priority of BVC will continue to provide support to all affiliated associations in the delivery of sustainable domestic competitions across the State Please take the time to read the following pages with care to see the opportunities for associations to be involved in camps, academies, jamborees and competitions, as well as receive support in the areas of administration and coach/player/referee development. More details can be found at our web site www.bvcc.net.au and you are always free to contact our office staff for assistance or advice. David Huxtable Manager Basketball Victoria Country


BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY

ZONE REPRESENTATIVES

GOVERNANCE AND OPERATIONAL STRUCTURE

BVC COMMISSION Chairman: Peter Eddy Elected Commissioners: Peter Edy, Marty Handson, Corey Mulqueen, Barry Hatherell, Terry Davis. BV Appointed Commissioners: Grantley Bernard, Rod Bush BVC Coopted Commissioner: Sharon Royal

2011/2012 STAFF MEMBERS David Huxtable

Toni Lyon

Manager Ph: 5440 6305 Participation Officer Ph: 5440 6302

Jodie Harlow Basketball Development Officer, GIPPSLAND Ph: 5173 6819 Referee Officer Ph: 5440 6300

Andrea Walsh

NITP Head Coach Ph: 5440 6301

BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY LIFE MEMBERS LIST Jack Terrill Jack Walker Terry Davis

Max Brisbane Bob Osborne John Sullivan

Ron Dawson Keith Wilson

MALLEE Graeme Borrie Cohuna, Irymple, Kerang, Mildura, Ouyen, Pyramid Hill, Red Cliffs, Robinvale, Swan Hill, Koondrook

Zone: Supervisor: Associations

WIMMERA Vacant Dimboola, Edenhope, Hopetoun, Horsham, Kaniva, Nhill, Warracknabeal, Murtoa

Zone: GLENELG Supervisor: Barry Hatherell Ph: 5572 5360 Email: hathers@datafast.net.au Associations: Casterton, Coleraine, Hamilton, Heywood, Koroit, Portland, Port Fairy, Terang, Timboon, Warrnambool

Megan Moody Basketball Development Officer, HUME Ph: 5440 6304

Helen Pawsey

Zone: Supervisor: Associations:

Noel Pollard Bev Bauer

JACK TERRILL MEDAL In 1973 the Basketball Victoria Country Council decided to perpetuate the memory of the foundation President of the Council, the late Jack Terrill, by presenting each year a suitable medal to the most deserving person on the basis of outstanding service to basketball. The award is open to all aspects including coaches, players, administrators, referees, volunteers and paid people of the game. The 2011 Jack Terrill Medal was presented to: Ashley Donaldson, for his service to Basketball Victoria Country.

Zone: BARWON Supervisor: Bev Bauer Ph/Fax: 5231 3265 Associations: Bellarine, Camperdown, Cobden, Colac, Corio Bay, Geelong, Geelong Try-Boys, Torquay, Golden Plains Zone: Supervisor: Associations:

CENTRAL HIGHLANDS Sam Camilleri Ph/Fax: 5345 7292 Mob: 0417 000 736 Ararat, Bacchus Marsh, Ballarat, Beaufort, Boort, Charlton, Clunes, Daylesford, Donald, Maryborough, St. Arnaud, Stawell, Northern Grampians

Zone: Supervisor: Associations:

LODDON CAMPASPE Vacant Bendigo, Castlemaine, Eaglehawk, Echuca, Kyneton, Lockington, Macedon, Rochester, Riddells Creek

Zone: GOULBURN Supervisor: Graeme Waight Mob: 0413 018 816 Email: gwaight@optusnet.com.au Associations: Alexandra, Benalla, Broadford, Euroa, King Lake, Kyabram, Mansfield, Seymour, Shepparton, Tatura, Wallan, Whittlesea


ZONE REPRESENTATIVES CONTINUED Junior Country Championships

Zone: UPPER MURRAY Supervisor: Bev Suter Ph: 5721 7974 Mob: 0418 217 974 Email: wanghori@dragnet.com.au Associations: Cobram, Corryong, Myrtleford, Wangaratta, Yarrawonga, Wodonga Mount Beauty Zone: CENTRAL GIPPSLAND Supervisor: Barry Herbert Ph: 5134 5505 Email: baranne2@bigpond.net.au Associations: Churchill, Moe, Morwell, Trafalgar, Traralgon, Warragul, Yarragon, Bunyip Zone: EAST GIPPSLAND Supervisor: Pam Brasher Mob: 0429 120 162 Email: bbrasher@bigpond.net.au Associations: Bairnsdale, Heyfield, Lakes Entrance, Maffra, Orbost, Rosedale, Sale, Stratford

1967-2012 45 years of service to Country Victorian Basketball

Zone: SOUTH GIPPSLAND Supervisor: Adam Smith Ph: 5655 2112 Email: kbainc@dcsi.net.au Associations: Bass Valley, Foster, Island & District, Korumburra, Leongatha, Meeniyan, Mirboo North, Phillip Island, Poowong,

BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM The Basketball Victoria Country JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM is specifically designed to involve ALL Country Victorian Junior players, regardless of size of their Association or their own current skill level. It is important to note that ALL aspects of the Victoria Country Junior Development Program, including Nomination Forms, are regularly forwarded to ALL affiliated Associations in Country Victoria.

This JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM is conducted for the benefit of ALL Victoria Country Associations and their players.

This JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM is open to ALL players from Country Associations; standard or skill level does not restrict acceptance to Clinics or Camps at the base level.

This JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM relies heavily on volunteer assistance from all Associations.

U12 FUTURE STARS U14 GOLD STAR U16/U18 DIV 1 & 2 U/16/U18 DIV 3 & 4

31 MARCH, 1 & 2 APRIL 2012 13,14 & 15 APRIL 2012 25 & 26 FEBRUARY 2012 17 & 18 MARCH 2012

SHEPPARTON BALLARAT BENDIGO BENDIGO

Should you wish to become involved or discuss any aspects of the Basketball Victoria Country Junior Development Program, contact the Basketball Victoria Country Participation Officer.

The Legend lives on


BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT

BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT

PLAYER PATHWAYS

UNDER 12 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

UNDER 14

UNDER 16

JULY

MARCH

NOVEMBER

OCTOBER

SKILLS DAYS

SKILLS DAYS

SKILLS DAYS

Regional Centres

Regional Centres

Regional Centres

STATE TRYOUTS

JAMBOREES

BVC 120 top age players (60 boys/60 girls) GMRBJ 60 - 80 top age players (50% boys/girls)

REGIONAL ACADEMY 350 players selected

GOLD NUGGET

144 players consists of 4 top age boys, 4 top age girls, 5 bottom age boys, 5 bottom age girls across 8 regions

U14 ACJBC

18 bottom age boys 18 bottom age girls

U14 SCBC

16 bottom age boys 16 bottom age girls

U15 SCBC 20 top age boys 20 top age girls

Participation Officer

UNDER 18

UNDER 12

U12 Skills Days Regional Centres July

Mildura

STATE TEAM TRYOUTS

To be eligible to tryout you must have attended the Skills day held in 2011

4 DAY STATE TEAM TRYOUT CAMP 30 boys and 30 girls selected from tryouts in

10 players and 4 emergencies selected for boys and girls

Benalla

Ballarat

BVC Jamboree

4 Day event operated by BVC

GMRB Jamboree

4 Day event operated with assistance by BVC

Regional Centre

ACJBC Prep Players attending ACJBC

Head Coach

Administrator

Local Domestic and Representative Coaches are welcome to attend

Traralgon

Bendigo

Hamilton

PLAYERS 120 top age players (60 boys/60 girls)

COACHES To apply. Coaches that attend Skills days will be given preference

PLAYERS 60 - 80 top age players (50% boys/girls)

COACHES To apply. Coaches that attend Skills days will be given preference

ACJBC

30 boys selected 30 girls selected 20 boys/girls mixed TA & BA 10 boys/girls only BA

U18 STATE TEAM 10 players and 4 emergencies selected for boys and girls

February

U16 STATE TEAM

Geelong

All U18 players invited

ACJBC

20 boys and 20 girls selected from our 2011 NITP/IAP Victoria Country Squad and other players selected from other BVC events held in 2011

Korumburra

For further information, please see BVC website: www.bvcc.net.au

For further information, please see BVC website: www.bvcc.net.au


BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT

BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT

UNDER 14 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

UNDER 16 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Participation Officer

Participation Officer

Bendigo

Swan Hill

Korumburra

Geelong

Hamilton

Ballarat

Traralgon

Wangaratta

Bendigo Coach

Traralgon BVC Regional Academy April to Sept

Local Domestic and Representative Coaches

COACHES To apply: Coaches that are involved in our BVC Regional Academy will have preference 2 Head Girls Coach 2 Assistant Coaches 2 Girls Team Manager 2 Head Boys Coach 2 Assistant Coaches 2 Boys Team Manager

North West

Each Region has 20 x 1 hour sessions & 2 W/End Camps approx 350 athletes

PLAYERS 20 top age boys 20 top age girls Selected from Gold Nugget Camp

Southern Peninsula

Ballarat

Geelong

Hamilton

Administrator

Regional Centre

North Central

For further information, please see BVC website: www.bvcc.net.au

U16 Skills Day Regional Centres November

U14 Skills Days Regional Centres March

South Gippsland

Head Coach & Head Regional Administrator

U15 Southern Cross Basketball Challenge January Top Age

South Central

350 players selected across regions

South West

East Gippsland

PLAYERS 4 top age boys, 4 top age girls, 5 bottom age boys, 5 bottom age girls 144 players across regions

U14 Gold Nugget W/End Camp 2nd W/end October

ACJBC Event U14 January Bottom Age

Central

U14 Southern Cross Basketball Challenge January Bottom Age

For further information, please see BVC website: www.bvcc.net.au

PLAYERS 9 bottom age boys ACJBC 9 bottom age girls ACJBC 16 bottom age boys SCBC 16 bottom age girls SCBC Selected from Gold Nugget Camp

November 2011 One Boys Day Skills Camp and One Girls Day Skills Camp at Regional Centres SKILLS DAYS HAVE NO SELECTION COMPONENT North East COACHES 4 coaches nominated from each Academy BVC Head Coach 2 Head Girls Coach 2 Head Boys Coach COACHES To apply: Coaches that are involved in our BVC Regional Academy will have preference ACJBC 2 Head Girls Coach 2 Girls Team Manager 2 Head Boys Coach 2 Boys Team Managers SCBC 2 Head Girls Coach 2 Girls Assistant Coaches 2 Girls Team Managers 2 Head Boys Coach 2 Boys Assistant Coaches 2 Boys Team Managers

6 Training weekends, then attend the National Championships in July

Wodonga

COACHES 2 State Head Coaches 4 State Assistant Coaches BVC Head Coach Other BVC Coaches Local Domestic and Representative Coaches are welcome to attend

COACHES 2 State Assistant Coaches Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches Boys

1 day camp

Shepparton

COACHES 1 State Head Coach Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches Girls 1 State Head Coach Boys 2 State Assistant Coaches Boys Invited Coaches BVC Head Coach COACHES 1 State Head Coach Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches Girls 1 State Head Coach Boys 2 State Assistant Coaches Boys BVC Head Coach Development Coach, if applicable

Swan Hill

PLAYERS All U16 players invited First part of the 2012 U16 State Team Process (to be eligible, you must attend these days)

2012 U16 ACJBC January

2012 U16 State Team Try Outs February

2012 U16 4 day State Team Tryout camp Ballarat

2012 U16 State Team

PLAYERS 20 boys and 20 girls selected from our 2011 NITP/IAP Victoria Country Squad and other players selected from other BVC events held in 2011

PLAYERS To be eligible to tryout you must have attended the Skills day held in 2011

PLAYERS 30 boys and 30 girls selected from tryouts in February PLAYERS 10 players and 4 emergencies selected for boys and girls


BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT

HIGH PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

UNDER 18 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Participation Officer

1 day camp

COACHES 2 State Head Coaches 4 State Assistant Coaches Invited Coaches BVC Head Coach

U18 Tryouts Bendigo October

U18 ACJBC Prep Camp COACHES 1 State Head Coach Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches Girls 1 invited coach 1 State Head Coach Boys 2 State Assistant Coaches Boys 1 invited coach BVC Head Coach

6 Training weekends, then attend the National Championships in April

COACHES 1 State Head Coach Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches Girls 1 State Head Coach Boys 2 State Assistant Coaches Boys BVC Head Coach Development Coach, if applicable

ACJBC & BVC/BV January

U18 State Team

PLAYERS All U18 players invited

PLAYERS Players attending ACJBC

PLAYERS 30 boys selected 30 girls selected Mixture of Top and Bottom age players 20 boys/girls mixed TA & BA ACJBC 10 boys/girls only BA ACJBC PLAYERS 10 players and 4 emergencies selected for boys and girls

Country Background The program (known initially as ITC) was established in 1992 to provide a more systematic, thorough and unified national approach to the identification and development of outstanding junior basketballers. The success of the program been outstanding with most of Australia’s current crop of Boomers and Opals and many current NBL and WNBL Coaches going through the National program In the National Intensive Training Program there are around 25 males and 25 females that are invited where BVC coaches work with the athletes on a weekly basis. The group comprises athletes aged 16 and 17, with a number of athletes aged 14 and 15 in the group. In 2008 we introduced an underpinning program “Identified Athlete Program”, made up of approximately 20 male and 20 female athletes. The aim of the program is to reduce the gap between NITP and the next level. This provided athletes with similar development opportunities with the NITP. Athletes aged 14 and 15 with a minority of athletes aged 16 in this group. In 2011 after a National review, please read the following changes that we will be implementing in 2012, so Victoria Country fit in.:

For further information, please see BVC website: www.bvcc.net.au

To implement a “National High Performance Program”, with the objectives to: • Identify athletes who have a National representative potential and identify “World Class” Coaches in areas who are able to develop elite athletes • Introduction of Individual Performance Plans • Establish performance values that link with BA driven performance pathway • Ling athlete monitoring system, which include workloads, evaluation tools and online resource tools • Development of coaches and coach education with opportunities for coaches in a per formance pipeline • Identify BVC underpinning or supporting development programs, and how they will link into the overall High Performance Plan. The ability to introduce a National High Performance Plan does not require a significant change to the current operation. BVC numbers would be altered to move the top athletes out of the NITP and into the “National High Performance” Program. The current NITP development and the IAP would merge and become the National Intensive Training Program. There is an ability to move athletes from each level at any stage of the athletes development.


HIGH PERFORMANCE PROGRAM NATIONAL INTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM

“NATIONAL HIGH PERFORMANCE” PROGRAM WHAT IS REQUIRED AND WHAT THEY RECEIVE • 14 – 19 year olds (Bottom Age U16’s – 19 year olds) • 1 x 1 hour Weekly Training Session with Elite Coach (appointed by BVC Head Coach) • 2 x Strength & Conditioning Sessions • 2 x Compulsory shooting sessions • High Performance Camps and training sessions with the Metropolitan group • Fitness Testing • Free Kinetic for Iphone program • BA Gear? – Tracksuit, reversible singlet and shorts, shooting top and bag • Timeframe o Year 1 Feb to July o Year 2 July to May o Year 3 July to May • Individual Performance Plans, (managed by BVC Head Coach) • National Sports Medicine & Science personnel • Report to Elite Coaches, who then reports to BVC Head Coach • No written applications, BVC Head Coach invites athletes. “NATIONAL INTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM” WHAT IS REQUIRED AND WHAT THEY RECEIVE • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

13 – 17 years old (Top age U14’s - Top age U18’s) SOME COSTS INVOLVED Strength & Conditioning resources for compulsory home programs, twice a week 1 x Weekly Training Session with Network Coach (appointed by BVC Head Coach) 1 x Compulsory shooting session, 1 optional 1 x NITP Group Camp, all NITP athletes to attend (conducted by BVC Head Coach and Network Coaches) (Separate camp for boys and girls) Regionalised Camps (Depending on where the athletes are from, however would like to keep it to two regions) 2 x NITP One day Camps, all NITP athletes to attend (2 Regional Camps, 4 venues) 1 DAY final camp (conducted by BVC Head Coach and Network Coaches) Fitness Testing Reversible singlet and shorts, workout top Breakthrough Sports Timeframe – March – November Report to Head Network Coaches, who then reports to BVC Head Coach Written application invited. Applications sent to all associations in October

2012 EVENT FORMAT

BVC Future Stars Under 12, all divisions 3 day event (31 March, 1 & 2 April 2012) This is a prestigious event that brings together the best under 12 boys and girls Association Representative Teams to play in a three day competition during the first weekend of the term 1 holiday. Division 1, 2, 3 and 4 Country Championships will be competed for. All Teams commence the Championship on an even basis and over the weekend find their competitive level. BVC Gold Star Classic Under 14, all divisions 3 day event (13,14,15 April 2012) This is a prestigious event that brings together the best Under 14 boys and girls Association Representative Teams to play in a three day competition during the term 1 holidays. Division 1, 2, 3 and 4 Country Championships will be competed for. All Teams commence the Championship on an even basis and over the weekend find their competitive level. Winners in the boys and girls Division One are eligible to compete in the Basketball Australia National U14 Club Championships.

BVC Junior State Championships Division 1 and Division 2 Under 16 and Under 18 Weekend event (25 & 26 February 2012) This is a prestigious event that brings together 16 Division 1 and 2 Under 16 and Under 18 boys and girls Association Representative Teams to play in a two day competition during term 1. All Teams commence the Championship on an even basis and over the weekend find their competitive level. BVC Junior State Championships Division 3 and Division 4 Under 16 and Under 18 Weekend event (17 & 18 March 2012) This is a prestigious event that brings together Division 3 and 4 Under 16 and Under 18 boys and girls Association Representative Teams to play in a two day competition during term 1. All Teams commence the Championship on an even basis and over the weekend find their competitive level. BVC Junior State Championshipi Under 20, all divisions Weekend event (25 & 26 February 2012) This is a prestigious event that brings together the best Under Men and Women Association Representative Teams to play in a two day competition during term 1. All Teams commence the Championship on an even basis and over the weekend find their competitive level.


2012 EVENT FORMAT CONTINUED

Junior Club Championships

Under 12, 14, 16 & 18 Weekend event for domestic club teams generally from ‘AAA’ Associations (October 2012)

Open to all domestic club teams from across Country Victoria with boys and girls under 12, under 14, under 16 and under 18 sections being conducted on the second weekend in October every year. Approximately 120 teams compete in one of best tournaments designed for domestic club teams.

Age groups for 2012 - Under 12 Years 2001 and 2002 - Under 14 Years 1999 and 2000 - Under 16 Years 1997 and 1998 - Under 18 Years 1995 and 1996 - Under 20 Years 1993 and 1994 The ‘cut-off’ for age groups is December 31 in the year of the competition

COUNTRY BASKETBALL LEAGUE Conducted as a Senior Representative Summer competition. The aim of the CBL is to provide a quality senior competition conducted solely for the benefit of Basketball Victoria Country Associations, in a professional manner and at an affordable cost. The CBL season extends from October to February and operates in three conferences which include Gippsland, North East and South West. Country Office is looking to expand this League across other areas in Regional Victoria, with the possibility of multiple divisions. The CBL concludes in February with a ‘State Final’, which includes the top two teams in each conference competing over two days.

ASSOCIATION DEVELOPMENT

The BVC Commission has developed a process to introduce a Basketball Development Officer (BDO) in the 5 Basketball regions in Country Victoria, as adopted by the associations at the 2010 BVC AGM. Currently the Hume Region is staffed by Megan Moody, and we now have Jodie Harlow available in the Gippsland Region. BVC will be looking to have a staff member for the remaining 3 areas, Loddon Mallee, Barwon and Grampians in the near future. Both Megan and Jodie are available to work with associations to help them develop in many different areas. Volunteer Management is a huge part of this and it is important that associations sustain these vital volunteers. Some other areas may also include: Player, coach, referee and administration development. BVC, BV & BA have all worked hard in developing an Association Development Auditing tool, the 5 on 5 program, which focuses on the following key areas: - Governance - Customer Service - Staff & Volunteers - Programs - Marketing & Communication

- Coaching - Officiating - Competitions - Facilities

BVC will be trying to get as many associations as possible to complete this program.

 

Aussie Hoops is an initiative of Basketball Australia and with the support from State and Territory Sports Associations has developed Aussie Hoops to form the National Basketball Program for Primary School aged children. The program is player centred, fun focused, and affordable to all. Girls and boys; naturally gifted or sporting battler, Aussie Hoops caters for all. It provides opportunities to learn, play with your friends and to develop important social skills in a safe and friendly environment. Aussie Hoops is aimed for kids from 5 – 12 year olds to begin participation or come back and refresh on skills. The program may be tailored to suit the needs of the association, but in essence relies on a structured 8 - 10 week program of one session of 45 - 60 minutes per week. It is delivered by local association members with the support of Basketball Victoria Country. Aussie Hoops Packs including, backpack, t-shirt, basketball and drink bottle are available for kids that register with their Aussie Hoops Association. For further information on Association Development and Aussie Hoops, please contact BVC Basketball Development Officer – Megan Moody on 5440 6304 or email megan.moody@bvcc.net.au OR alternatively you can contact Jodie Harlow on jodie.harlow@bvcc.net.au


REFEREES

BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY COACHES PATHWAY

PATHWAYS AND PROGRAMS

PATHWAYS, DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS & OPPORTUNITIES Referees are recruited by the Association via the Level O Referee Course and Green Shirt program. They commence their refereeing pathway within their domestic association.

COACH PATHWAYS UNDER 12 JULY

UNDER 14

UNDER 16

MARCH

NOVEMBER

SKILLS DAYS

SKILLS DAYS

Regional Centres 8 Head Coaches Appointed by BVC Head Coach Local Domestic & Representative Coaches are invited to attend

Regional Centres 8 Head Coaches Appointed, by BVC Head Coach Local Domestic & Representative Coaches are invited to attend

REGIONAL ACADEMY

JAMBOREES

BVC 12 Coaches to apply Coaches that attend Skills days will be given preference GMRBJ 8 Coaches to apply Coaches that attend Skills days will be given preference

8 Head Coaches appointed, supported by local Domestic & Representative Coaches are invited to attend

GOLD NUGGET

4 coaches nominated from each Academy, by Network Head Coach (32 Coaches) 2 Girls Head Coach, appointed by BVC Head Coach 2 Boys Head Coach, appointed by BVC Head Coach Selection panel to select athletes, appointed by BVC Head Coach Coaches to apply for the following positions, coaches that have been involved in our Academy will have preference: U14 ACJBC 2 Girls Head Coach 2 Boys Head Coach U14 SCBC 2 Girls Head Coach 2 Girls Assistant Coaches 2 Boys Head Coach 2 Boys Assistant Coaches U15 SCBC 2 Girls Head Coach 2 Boys Head Coach 2 Girls Assistant Coaches 2 Boys Assistant Coaches All coaches appointed by BVC Head Coach

SKILLS DAYS Regional Centres 2 State Head Coaches 4 State Assistant Coaches BVC Head Coach Other BVC Coaches Local Domestic & Representative Coaches are invited

ACJBC

2 State Assistant Coaches Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches Boys

UNDER 18 OCTOBER

STATE TRYOUTS

2 State Head Coaches Boys & Girls 4 State Assistant Coaches Invited Coaches BVC Head Coach

ACJBC Prep

2 State Head Coaches Boys & Girls 4 State Assistant Coaches Invited Coaches BVC Head Coach

STATE TEAM TRYOUTS

1 State Head Coach for Boys & Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches for Boys & Girls Invited Coaches BVC Head Coach

4 DAY STATE TEAM TRYOUT CAMP 1 State Head Coach for Boys & Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches for Boys & Girls Invited Coaches BVC Head Coach

U16 STATE TEAM

1 State Head Coach for Boys & Girls 2 State Assistant Coaches for Boys & Girls Invited Coaches BVC Head Coach

ACJBC

2 State Head Coaches Boys & Girls 4 State Assistant Coaches 2 Invited Coaches BVC Head Coach

U18 STATE TEAM

2 State Head Coaches Boys & Girls 4 State Assistant Coaches

All aspects of the beginner school including the green shirt program, shirts, whistles and educational material are available from the BVC Referee Administrator. The green shirt program has been adopted by Basketball Australia and affiliates. The beginner referee officiates games under supervision in the domestic environment, graduating through C grade to B grade. The association can organise schools, referee coaching or referee grading through the BVC Referee Administrator if the association does not have an appointed referee advisor. The advancement of referees from 1B grade to State 1A grade and above is by evaluation at BVC Events and Nominated Association tournaments, per VBRA/BVC Referee Policy. The evaluations are done by experienced and accredited Referee Coaches from across Regional and Country Victoria. PROGRAMS The Basketball Victoria Country Referee season starts in September each year and concludes in August the following year. BVC Events and Nominated Association tournaments are used to educate and grade referees. Referees progress through the BVC Referee program via: Green Shirt program and Level 0 Schools, Domestic Association Grading and Education, Future Stars, Gold Stars Classic, Ross Birthisel Classic, Junior Country Championships (U16, U18 & U20), Junior Club Championships, Country Basketball League

BVC Head Coach

For further information, please see BVC website: www.bvcc.net.au

Grading at the BVC Events is used for State Grading and BVC event selection purposes. The grading and event process is managed by the Basketball Victoria Country Referee Subcommittee (BVCC RSC) and the Referee Administrator. Nominations for BVC grading events and Association tournaments are by Nomination form obtained from the Referee Administrator or the BVC Web site www.bvcc.net.au The BVC Referee Committee can: • Deliver green shirt, level 0 and Level 1 programs. Assist referee education within your association • Provide experienced referee coaches • Provide structured courses and development • Audit your domestic referee environment • Assist with tournament referee management BVC Referees Administrator Helen Pawsey—Email: helen.pawsey@bvcc.net.au or phone: 0409 184 548


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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 CBL Office Conference Reopens Semi Finals 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Portland JIT ACJB Warragul JIT Cup Wodonga JIT Albury 15th-21st CBL Conference Finals 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Southern CBL State Cross Finals Basketball U/20 Challenge U/16 Nationals - Ballarat State ACT 20th-23rd Trials 19th-25th 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Bendigo State ChampionJIT 26th-28th ships DIV 1/2 Warrnambool U/16 & 18s AUSTRALIA SIT DAY 27th-29th 30 31 27 28 29


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1 2 3 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Benalla EASTER GOOD FRIDAY JIT SUNDAY 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Gold Star Ballarat Classic SIT EASTER Ballarat MONDAY 13th-15th Traralgon U/18 JIT Nationals 10th-12th Perth 14th-21st 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 State Champion ships DIV 3/4 U/16 & 18s LABOUR DAY 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 U/14 Skills ANZAC DAY day 8 Regional Centres 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 30 U/16 4

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BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY ANNUAL AWARDS

BASKETBALL VICTORIA COUNTRY GENERAL

Affiliations Every Basketballer in Country Victoria is required to pay a “Player Affiliation Fee” to Basketball Victoria Country via their local association. The fee is collected annually and unlike other sports or State Governing Bodies is NOT determined by the amount of basketball a person plays. The fee is set by the Basketball Victoria Country Commission and is considered in line with the BVC Annual Budget and any other influencing factors. Basketball Victoria Country is understanding of the costs on individuals and families to participate in their chosen sports and considers that the current fee is very competitive given the fees charge by other sports such as soccer and netball. The current figure is based on the ability for BVC to financially act in a self sufficient manner. The Player Affiliation Fee includes a Basketball Australia fee, a Player Insurance, Public Liability and Professional Indemnity fee and a Basketball Victoria Country fee.

THE PLAYER AFFILIATION FEE FOR 2012

TOTAL - $30.50

•BA Fee •INSURANCE Fee •BVC Fee

$7.50 $7.50 $15.50

Should you have any questions/problems concerning Insurance please contact the BVC Office on 5440 6300. BVC Meeting Schedule The Basketball Victoria Country Commission meets approximately 8 times per year on a set schedule. The Commissions Finance and Audit Committee also meet approximately 8 times per annum. To have any matter placed on a Commission Agenda, please provide your item in writing with a request to be tabled at the next Commission Meeting.

Nominations for the following awards will be open on the 1 December in each year and close on the 10 February the following year. An awards committee will be formulated by the Basketball Victoria Country Commission to consider all nominations and provide a report to the commission by the 1st of March. Award winners will be recognised at particular events during the first part of each year. Award Categories will include (but are not limited to): • Jack Terrill Medal • Junior Male Athlete of the year • Junior Female Athlete of the year • Senior Male Athlete of the year (current CBL season) • Senior Female Athlete of the year (current CBL season) • Coach of the year • Administrator of the year • Volunteer of the year • Regional Media Coverage of the year • Association of the year (development of players/coaches/referees/ volunteers) • Association with the Largest Player Affiliation • Regional Disability Program of the year • Regional Disabled Male Basketballer of the year • Regional Disabled Female Basketballer of the year • Referee of the year • Max Bowman Shield


Victoria Country Office

Office: 172 McIvor Rd Strathdale, Bendigo Office Hours: Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm Postal Address: P.O Box 463 Bendigo 3552 Web: www.bvcc.net.au Email: admin@bvcc.net.au Phone: 5440 6300

Caring for the future of Country Victorian Basketball


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