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Calling high school aged kids for the Byron Basketball 3×3 musters

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Are you interested in playing with the Byron Bay Basketball group? If the answer is ‘yes’ then you need to get involved with the Byron basketball 3×3 Musters.

‘We’re lining up for a bumper season with absolutely full competitions across the board so anyone who wants to play basketball needs to attend these Musters,’ said James Short from Byron Bay Basketball. 

Get on the court

Coaches are also being reminded that this is the best time to come down and recruit for their teams. It is a $5 entry fee and will take place at the Cavanbah Centre, 249 Ewingsdale Road, Byron Bay.

Wednesday 20 and 27 July: High School Boys, pool B, 4.45pm–6pm; High School Boys, pool A, 6pm–7.15pm.

Thursday 21 and 28 July: High School Girls, 4.45–5.45pm; High School Boys, pool C, 5.45–6.45pm.

‘All teams and players are welcome, old and new,’ said Mr Short. 

See the Byron Bay Basketball website for more information: www.byronbasketball.com.


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