The Western Australian Basketball League aims to provide a state-wide premier junior competition which develops players, coaches and officials. The League seeks to meet the high-level competition requirements through accessible education and training, while promoting positive mental, physical and emotional outcomes.

WABL 2019

Competition Structure

The Western Australian Basketball League (WABL) is WA’s premier junior basketball competition catering for players in the following age groups: U12, U14, U16, U18, U20 (men only) and Open Age (Division 1)

In 2014, the WABL introduced the 5 Year Plan, which sees divisions graded depending on ability. This process has been progressively phased by year to year, and now ALL age groups will be graded ie. U12, U14, U16s and U18’s at the WABL Grading Tournament.

Graded Competition: Games are played on Sundays over an 18 week home and away season where every team plays each other twice, plus three weeks of finals.

The season generally commences in the last weekend of April with finals finishing at the end of September. The WABL is currently comprised of 12 Basketball Associations

 East Perth Eagles  Cockburn Cougars
 Kalamunda Eastern Suns  Lakeside Lightning
 Perry Lakes Hawks  Mandurah Magic
 Perth Redbacks  Rockingham Flames
 Stirling Senators  Southwest Slammers
 Wanneroo Wolves  Willetton Tigers

Home games are played at Bendat Basketball Centre (BBC), where possible

Away games will involve travel to any of the following;   Eaton (Bunbury), Lakeside, Mandurah, Rockingham, Cockburn, Kalamunda, Willetton, Perth, East Perth, Rockingham, Stirling and Joondalup

WABL Rules and Regulations

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