QBL Player Milestones – Round 1

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Basketball Queensland would like to congratulate the following athletes who have reached QBL player milestones this round in the #QBL18!

QBL Men – Round 1

Career Games Milestones

  • Ryan Vines (South West Metro Pirates) – currently on 149 games. Will play 150th career game vs Southern Districts on Saturday.

Club Games Milestones

  • Josh Walters (Sunshine Coast Phoenix) – currently on 49 games for Sunshine Coast Phoenix. Will play 50th club game vs USC on Friday night.

  

QBL Women – Round 1

Career Games Milestones

  • Tracey ...
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Ryan Burns to Fill Interim General Manager Position

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Rockhampton Basketball are excited to announce the arrival of Interim General Manager Ryan Burns filling the soon to be vacant position, with current General Manager Mathew Neason finishing his contract at the end of the week.

Ryan will take on a 3 Month contract to provide the necessary leadership whilst the Association progresses through a comprehensive recruitment process to source a suitable candidate to take on the role in a permanent capacity.

Growing up in Melbourne, Ryan ...

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2018 QBL Pre-Season Write-Up

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Brisbane Capitals

Men (2017 finish: 1st): The Brisbane Capitals return a majority of the squad who finished top of the table in 2017 although they have unfortunately lost veteran Dusty Rychart with a season-ending knee injury. Big man Nelson Kahler, who moved over to Auchenflower from Logan, will be expected to control the glass, defend the rim and pick up some of the scoring lost with Rychart’s injury. American import Aaron Anderson is back to run the point and set the ...

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Brisbane Capitals’ Dusty Rychart – Just Keep On Going

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First, let’s drive it hard to the basket – Dusty Rychart is a National Basketball League champion and a four-time Brisbane Capitals Most Valuable Player. He’s played professionally in Europe, Asia and New Zealand. He now combines basketball with his corporate career as a Senior Funds Manager, and being a new Dad.

If you deconstruct the Rychart game play since moving to Australia from Minnesota 16 years ago, you’ll find three things at its core – ...

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Brisbane Capitals’ Amy Lewis Carving Her Path

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Amy Lewis has never been big on cruise control. She’s fast, athletic, and is more likely to carve her own path than follow a well-worn track. She also used to drive more than 2500km from Townsville to Ballarat in a manual car with no cruise control to study teaching in the basketball off-season.

It is this focus and determination that is impossible to miss when you talk to Lewis about her vision for the future of ...

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