The Talented Athlete Program (TAP) is a specialist junior talent development program conducted by Basketball NSW in conjunction with the NSW Office of Sport. TAP targets the State’s best junior school age athletes and is also fully supported by the NSW Department of School Education and the Catholic Education Office.
Basketball NSW is the governing body for basketball in New South Wales. Basketball NSW is an affiliated member of Basketball Australia (BA), the national governing body. Our aim is to grow, develop and promote the game by supporting our members, stakeholders and the basketball family in general.
TAP BASKETBALL 2020 | PAGE 3 BASKETBALL PRORM 00 Trials for APP Basketball Program for students in Years 6 - 12 will occur early in Term One 2020. The program runs for 35 weeks, commencing in Week 3 of Term One. The squad will train weekly on Monday mornings 6.50 – 7.50am. Once selected, students remain in the program for the entire year.
Boys are encouraged to attend Talented Athletic Programs (TAP), National team commitments, NSW state commitments and Intensive Training Camp Programs (ITCP) even during school time. Sydney High Basketball tradition. The High basketball tradition revolves around . Players who will never quit; Team mates who will apply themselves relentlessly
The basketball made 11-year-old has just been selected from a field of 630 athletes to join the under-13s Basketball NSW Talented Athletes Program (TAP). The Appin resident plays for the Camden Wildfire locally, the youngest member of their under-14 division one team.
Basketball. Program Overview. The NCAS Basketball Program is endorsed and supported by Basketball NSW and NSW Country Basketball. This program is designed to assist the individual development of each athlete and provide them with the opportunity to progress further in the sport. Up to 40 athletes that show the potential to progress onto state or national level basketball may be selected into the squad.
Each year, students aged under 14 have the chance to be selected in Basketball NSW's Talented Athlete Program (TAP). St Joseph's Primary School's year 6 student Jett Edwards was one of the 25 ...
Please bring a ball & drink bottle. There is a cold water drinking tap at the Stadium where children can refill their bottles. Please ensure we have your correct contact details on the day. For more information or to register please text or phone 0424371334. Alternatively you can put your name down at the canteen at the Minto Indoor Sports Stadium.
The TAP trial process saw over 630 athletes trial across NSW at five different venues including Bathurst, Albury, Griffith, Shoalhaven, Maitland, Minto and Coffs Harbour.