Welcome to the home of the Basketball NSW Technical Officials page. On our site you can find out how to become an official (referee, scoretable or statistician), resources to improve your officiating, plus access to online exams and accreditation information.
This high-level technical officials development plan lays out a strategy for the sport of basketball in NSW through to 2025.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss this plan, please reach out to Stev Clark our Head of Technical Officials, his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Refereeing is a great way to learn more about the game, earn money and make lifelong friends. Not to mention you get to watch the game from the best place….on the court!Become a Referee
In basketball, it is the scoretable officials that keep the score and time. In local competitions, it may be done by parents, or even the teams themselves. However, in higher grades, specialised scoretable officials will perform the roles.Become a Scoretable Official
The role of the statistician is to record all aspects of the game, which is now usually done on a computer, tablet or smartphone or manually with a paper template.Become a Statistician