2021 Junior Domestic Club Update

After a recent meeting with all clubs, the Northside Wizards would like to provide an update of some exciting changes happening in relation to our Junior Domestic Club Competitions for 2021. Below is a summary of the major changes & information related to the 2021 seasons including registration costs, season dates & season structure. NWB…

Wizards Schools League 2021

We are very excited to announce the launch of the Wizards Schools League for 2021. The Wizards Schools League (WSL) will be an elite level competition for schools to have high level weekly competition in the lead up to & during affiliated school association competitions (like GPS, TAS etc) & also a lead up to…

Court Supervisors Required

Northside Wizards are looking for some suitable candidates for multiple casual positions within the Association as a Court Supervisor. This role is an integral part of our game day operations in both the senior domestic & junior domestic competitions especially. But possibly also developing into SQJBC junior rep competitions. Northside Wizards Basketball has competitions running…

2020/21 U21 Men & Women Rep Trials Information

The Northside Wizards are pleased to announce the trial dates, times & registration information for the U21 Men & U21 Women for the upcoming 2020/21 SQJBC Season.   U21 Women Trial Date: Tuesday 13th October, 6.00pm-8.00pm Venue: The Sports Centre – Melaleuca Drive, Boondall   U21 Men Trial Date: Thursday 15th October, 6.30pm-8.30pm Venue: The…

Vale Allan Woodford

Northside Wizards Basketball and the broader basketball community is waking up today with heavy hearts on hearing of the passing of Life member, former President and CEO, Allan Woodford. Basketball was a major part of Allan’s life and he leaves a lasting legacy through his involvement as a player, technical official, and administrator. Allan was…

Member Update – 2nd June 2020

Dear WizFam Many of you would have seen the State Government’s announcement that Stage 2 of easing of restrictions has been brought forward. This means that from midday, 1 June Queenslanders were able to resume indoor, non-contact community sports, with a maximum limit of 20 people per stadium, including coaches, parents/caregivers and venue staff. Following…

Member Update – 24 May 2020

Dear WizFam We know you are all eagerly awaiting a return to basketball and we are working hard behind the scenes to make that happen!  You may have see the release of the Queensland Government’s “Return to Play” guide, which provides a significant amount of information for all sports. Of high importance is the physical…