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Archive for October, 2010

SASOL SA squad draws first blood against the French

By on October 30, 2010 in News with 0 Comments

JOHANNESBURG, 29 October 2010 – In a tightly contested battle, the Sasol South Africa squad brought it home in the opening game of the French Internal Tour on Friday night. The French suffered a 72-66 defeat at the Mandeville Indoor Stadium in Johannesburg, a victory that delighted national coach Patrick Fick and left his opposite […]

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RBL: Pretoria Boys High School vs. Jeppe Boys High School

By on October 30, 2010 in High School with 0 Comments

IN only their second game of the season, Pretoria Boys’ High School routed visitors Jeppe Boys’ High School 89-49 at the weekend, sending a clear message that they will be the team to beat in the Johannesburg Schools Basketball League this term.

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What basketball in SA needs…

By on October 28, 2010 in News with 12 Comments

The Article Basketball South Africa Make your own conclusion has without a doubt stirred some real debate I’ve not see in a while.  Worst of all, I feel that there has been more frustrations from the people but with little ideas of how to move forward without hurting the game of basketball.  I thought of […]

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WCBA: Curtains on the 2010 season

By on October 28, 2010 in League with 2 Comments

Round up… Men’s Super League: CPUT vs. Vets It went down to the wire in this one but CPUT did more than enough to be crowned champions for 2010. The first game loss was a wake up call and the players heeded the call. The Vets must be congratulated for their efforts and for keeping […]

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WBSA: French National Team tours SA

By on October 28, 2010 in Other Leagues with 0 Comments
WBSA: French National Team tours SA

It is our pleasure to inform you that Wheelchair Basketball SA will host the IWBF World Silver Medalist, France in Johannesburg, from the 26th October 2010 to 31st October 2010. The competition has been sanctioned by the WBSA Executive Committee in preparation for the 2011 qualifications for the London Paralympics.

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