2024 UNDER 16 BNSW SCHOOL TOURNAMENT | FINALISTS

Competitions
Written by Jaylee Ismay
22 May, 2024

Basketball NSW extends its heartfelt gratitude to all the schools that participated in the Under 16 BNSW Schools Tournament. The event saw enthusiastic participation from young basketball talents across various regions, showcasing their skills and sportsmanship.

The tournament, which brought together teams from different age groups and locations, has concluded its initial phase. The top teams from each category have now secured their spots in the highly anticipated Under 16s State Championships. This prestigious event will take place at the Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre on Tuesday, May 28th, and Wednesday, May 29th.

Winners of regional tournaments:

U16 Boys Division 1

Wagga Wagga – Winner: Trinity Anglican College, Runner Up: Xavier High School

Coffs Harbour – Winner: St Columba Anglican School, Runner Up: McCarthy Catholic College

Penrith – Winner: St Dominic’s College Kingswood, Runner Up: St Luke’s Grammar

Maitland – Winner: Hunter Sports High School, Runner Up: St Pius X College

Bankstown – Winner: St Aloysius’ College, Runner Up: St Augustines College

U16 Boys Division 2

Wagga Wagga – Winner: Tumut High School, Runner Up: McAuley Catholic College Port Macquarie

Coffs Harbour – Winner: Hastings Secondary College Port Macquarie Campus, Runner Up: Coffs Harbour Christian Community School

Penrith – Winner: Mater Maria Catholic College, Runner Up: St John XXIII Catholic College

Illawarra – Winner: Nowra Anglican College, Runner Up: Corrimal High School

Maitland – Winner: Newcastle Grammar School, Runner Up: St Philip’s Christian College Cessnock

Bankstown – Winner: Caringbah High School, Runner Up: Patrician Brothers College Fairfield

U16 Boys Division 3

Wagga Wagga – Winner: Jerrabomberra High School, Runner Up: Trinity Anglican College

Coffs Harbour – Winner: Inverell High School, Runner Up: South Grafton High School

Penrith – Winner: Ryde Secondary College, Runner Up: Turramurra High School

Maitland – Winner: St Philips Christian College Newcastle, Runner Up: Avondale School

Bankstown – Winner: Alexandria Park Community School, Runner Up: Casimir Catholic College

U16 Girls Division 1

Wagga Wagga- Winner: Trinity Anglican College, Runner Up: Xavier High School

Coffs Harbour –  Winner: Bishop Druitt College, Runner Up: McCarthy Catholic College

Penrith – Winner: St Luke’s Grammar, Runner Up: William Clarke College

Maitland – Winner: Hunter Sports High School, Runner Up: Newcastle Grammar School

Bankstown- Winner: Endeavour Sports High School, Runner Up: The Illawarra Grammar School

U16 Girls Division 2

Wagga Wagga- Winner: McAuley Catholic College Tumut, Runner Up: Tumut High School

Coffs Harbour – Winner: Hastings Secondary College Port Macquarie Campus, Runner Up: Nambucca Heads High School

Penrith – Winner: St John XXIII Catholic College, Runner Up: St Clair High School

Maitland – Winner: St Joseph’s College Lochinvar, Runner Up: All Saints College

Bankstown – Winner: Northern Beaches Secondary College Mackellar Girls Campus, Runner Up: Alexandria Park Community School

U16 Girls Division 3

Coffs Harbour – Winner: Maclean High School, Runner Up: Chatham High School

Penrith – Winner: St Paul’s Grammar School, Runner Up: Penrith Selective High School

Maitland – Winner: Central Coast Adventist School, Runner Up: St Clare’s Taree

Bankstown – Winner: St Patricks College Sutherland, Runner Up: Chatswood High School

About the Schools Tournament: 

The BNSW School Tournaments consist of regional tournaments for both Primary and Secondary Schools. These tournaments culminate in the top teams from each region competing at the State Championships where the best team from NSW will be crowned. These tournaments are open to all New South Wales schools.

Click HERE to be redirected to the webpage to learn more.

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