Shoalhaven Basketball Association (SBA) Incorporated is a not for profit sporting organisation that has been established now for 60 years in the Shoalhaven. SBA has a rich history of indigenous members with in its organisation including teams, players, coaches and referees (the likes of David Bloxsome (Referee), Gregory Seymour (Player / Coach), James Stewart (Player) Jodie Wellington (nee Wright) (Player) and the Summer cloud Wanderers (Team).

SBA has continued to provide programs for the local indigenous community including player scholarship opportunities gained through grants. SBAs Senior representative teams have a triple header scheduled on the Saturday 6th July which will involve all three of our Senior teams (U/22 Youth Men, Division 1 Women and Division 1 Men) On that date we will host the Indigenous Round in conjunction with NADIOC week running from the 7th-14th July 2019

SBA is running a design an Indigenous Uniform Competition. SBA Invites entries from local talented artists. The brief on the design is as follows:

  1. The uniform should Include Natural Culture landscape significant to Aboriginal people.
  • Nowra is the word for black cockatoo
  • Bomaderry takes its name from the Aboriginal word bunbaderra, which means both ‘fighting ground’ and ‘running water
  • Culunghutti Mountain – Splendid View
  1. Please note: The Shoalhaven Tigers name will be placed on the front of the singlet along with major sponsor logos.
  2. Designs should be submitted by post or email and addressed to Scott Balsar – Shoalhaven Basketball Association PO Box 2021 Bomaderry NSW 2541 or emailed to [email protected]
  3. Entries close at 5pm on Monday 6th May 2019.
  4. The winner will be announced on Monday 13th May 2019 on the SBA Website and notified by phone.
  5. The winner will be presented with a cheque to the value of $200.00 at the Indigenous Round scheduled for Saturday 6th July 2019 at the Bomaderry Basketball Stadium (The Tigers Den) times to be confirmed once winner is announced.
  6. For further enquiries contact Scott Balsar on 0412 770713 or [email protected]