As the peak governing body for basketball in Queensland, BQ is committed to delivering outstanding competitions, development programs and high-level governance for more than 40,000 basketball players, coaches, officials and administrators.
Basketball Queensland (BQ) is excited to announce that a modified 2020 Queensland State League (QSL) will tip off on 8 August this year. Following the suspension of basketball activity in March due to COVID-19 and the cancellation of the inaugural NBL1 North season, BQ has been working closely with our associations to ensure our senior representative players have the opportunity to take to the court this year.
The BQ State Championships are the premier representative basketball competitions available to junior players in Queensland, with the series of tournaments taking place from January to July each year. Entry nominations are open to all BQ affiliated associations who have competed in the SQJBC, CQJBC or NQJBC competitions.
Competitions at Basketball Queensland - GameDay. Basketball Queensland. 2016/2017 BQ 2017 BQ 2017/18 2018 2018/19 2019 2019/20 2020 2020 Online 2020/21 2021 2021/22. Select the Draws, Results or Ladder of the Competition you are interested in: CQJBC NQJBC SQJBC.
The South Queensland Junior Basketball Competition (SQJBC, formerly known as BQJBC) is a representative competition conducted in the south-east region of Queensland. The competition caters for Under 12 to Under 21 age groups in both boys and girls.
My highlights from the opening rounds (1-4) of the SQJBC 2021 with Logan Basketball.
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NBL1 Central, formerly the Premier League, is a semi-professional basketball league in South Australia, comprising both a men's and women's competition. In 2020, Basketball South Australia partnered with the National Basketball League to bring NBL1 to South Australia. NBL1 replaced the former Premier League to create more professional pathways and opportunities for males and females playing basketball in South Australia. As a result, the Premier League became the central conference of NBL1.