IMPORTANT HAWKS WABL 2021 TRIAL INFORMATION
The selection/tryout process for our 2021 Hawks WABL teams remains the same as 2020.
- 1st Phase of our Hawks WABL tryouts was the 2020 State Championships Trials and Tournament.
- 2nd Phase is invite only to athletes who made one of our 2020 State Champ Teams, a Hawks WABL Team in 2020 and those who registered online for WABL 2021 Invite Only in OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2020
We wish to advise that these invites will be sent to the supplied email addresses by the 14th January. Players who receive this email and would like to trial for a Hawks 2021 WABL team need to register online on the link provided in the email. More Information regarding the Thursday 21st/28th January Trials will be supplied in the email, including registration link, times etc.
At the trials, coaches will select teams and these teams will be posted on the Perry Lakes Hawks WEBSITE – www.hawksbasketball.com.au.
We ask that you are upfront with Coaches & Hawks personnel if you play another sport which may interfere with training and/ or games, or if you have an injury and are unable to trial on the 21st & 28th January.
Please notify the Hawks office – firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to the upcoming WABL season and success for our Hawks.
What is WABL?
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)
U12, U14, U16 & U18’S will all be graded at the WABL Grading Tournament
Sat 20th / Sun 21st February & Sat 27th February /Sun 28th February – U12 & U14 age groups
Sat 6th /Sun 7th March & Sat 13th/Sun 14th March – U16 & U18 age groups
WABL 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 2021 WABL season commences 18th April with finals finishing on the 19th September 2021
The WABL is currently comprised of 13 Basketball Associations from both the metropolitan and country regions extending from Joondalup to Southwest (Bunbury).
If you have any more questions on WABL you may find some of the answers in our WABL Handbook 2020
WABL Fees for 2021
Playing Gear: All players are required to wear Hawks WABL shorts and a Hawks Warm-up Shirt for WABL games – playing singlets are supplied by the manager each game.
Training Gear: Reversible training singlets are compulsory for training – Black training shorts (no pockets) or Hawks shorts (not your game day ones) should be worn for training.
Mouthguards: are compulsory for WABL