Camberwell District Basketball Association – Community Basketball League (CBL)
Camberwell District Basketball Association launched their junior domestic competition in February 2022.
The Community Basketball League provides a fun and engaging program for basketball players at local venues. To date, 12 domestic basketball clubs have committed to play in the new Community Basketball League, with a number of other clubs set to join. There are 494 teams now involved for the Summer 2022/2023 season.
The clubs confirmed to play in the Community Basketball League include:
- Atoms Basketball Club
- Canterbury Cougars Basketball Club
- Central City Breakers
- Crossover United Basketball Club
- Falcons Basketball Club
- IC Basketball Club
- Kew East Basketball Club
- Nightmares Basketball Club
- Richmond Riots Basketball Club
- South Camberwell Basketball Club
- St Anne’s Basketball Club
- Titans Junior Basketball Club
The CBDA Community Basketball League newsletters are below:
Edition 1 >>>> CLICK HERE
Edition 2 >>>> CLICK HERE
Edition 3 >>>> CLICK HERE
CODE OF CONDUCT
Camberwell Dragons Representative – Affiliated Domestic Clubs
Camberwell Dragons is a Representative basketball program operated by Camberwell District Basketball Association. Many of our players come from our affiliated domestic clubs Koonung Comets, Balwyn Blazers and Whitehorse Mustangs, who play in the EDJBA. However, players from any domestic club or association are welcome to be a part of Camberwell Dragons. We do not require our players to play domestic basketball with one of our affiliated clubs, but we do require all junior players to participate in domestic basketball as well. Please get in contact with our affiliated basketball clubs if you want to play domestic basketball.
The Eastern Districts Junior Basketball Association (EDJBA) is the largest junior competition in Australia, boasting over 1,000 teams & close to 10,000 participants. It is a all-inclusive Association who pride themselves on providing an exceptional basketball competition, suitable for all playing abilities. They focus is on participation in a safe and enjoyable environment.
The EDJBA has 19 clubs/associations (Member Clubs) who provide the participants for the Association. They each vary in size, location and philosophy, ensuring a right fit you. The Member Clubs are spread from Eltham through to Nunawading and Park Orchards through to Collingwood.
The EDJBA feel strongly about providing an opportunity for all participants to be exposed to core values such as team work, leadership, commitment, confidence, sportsmanship, respect, healthy choices and most importantly developing friendships for life. The EDJBA is made up of families who want to support their children and we provide many areas for involvement.
Camberwell Dragons support the values of the EDJBA and has three affiliated clubs competing in the EDJBA. Please link on the club links below to get in contact with each association
Name: Carolyn Morkham
Name: Maria Bertus
Name: Kirsten Holness