Q. I have not received my Basketball NSW Registration Card, am I registered? A. Basketball NSW ceased producing membership cards late in 2016. If you have completed a registration form, agreed to the terms and conditions, and paid the relevant membership fees, you are registered. Please ensure you keep your receipt as proof of payment. Q.
Basketball NSW also pays fees to Basketball Australia and those fees support our governing body on a variety of different projects, the most prominent being to support our senior national teams, the Boomers, Opals, Rollers, Gliders, Boomers (PWII Men), Pearls (PWII Women), Emus (U19 Men), Gems (U19 Women), Crocs (U17 Men), Sapphires (U17 Women ...
Maccabi NSW State registration ($40 annually) – each Maccabi Basketball Club member must also register with the Maccabi State body. ( EBL fees are included) These fees contribute to a range of support services that the state body manages on behalf of all the Maccabi sports clubs. And remember, as well as the Maccabi basketball fees, you also ...
All players must have a current membership (registration) to take the court. Cost: 11 years and younger: $90 for 12 Months. 12 years to 17 years: $115 for 12 Months. 18 years and older: $130. To pay for your membership, please click the link below.
All players must be registered with Basketball NSW, registration is for 12 months, fees for 2020 are as follows. Senior Player $120. Age 12 to 17 years $100. Age 8 to 11 years $100. Active Kids Vouchers may be used to pay registration fees online – there is provision on the registration form to enter voucher number.
FEES & REGISTRATION DETAILS – 2020B Season Season starts Monday July 20, 2020. Standard Registration Fee. Primary School team members $100 High School team members (7-10) $100 Seniors team members $100. REGISTRATION OPENS ON JANUARY . *Use your 2020 Active Kids Voucher from Service NSW. It is worth $100 for your registration.
Registration fees are collected on behalf of Basketball Australia, Basketball NSW and Hills Basketball Association and include an insurance component which complicates coverage extensions. While not exactly a per month ratio, hopefully the reduced fee assists players for their next annual subscription.