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Basketball Victoria CEO Nick Honey said it was important to sign the MOU and provide support to IBA in its mission going forward. “We are excited to sign this MOU and become part of the Indigenous Basketball Australia community,” Honey said. “Indigenous Basketball Australia has given incredible opportunities to young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander players throughout Australia and now it’s Victoria’s turn to join in.
Basketball Victoria CEO Nick Honey discusses the new partnership with CTI Melbourne United, and what this means for grassroots basketball in Victoria.
Basketball Victoria CEO Nick Honey said the Basketball Victoria Facility Master Plan – 2017 provides insight and data to governments at all levels to enable greater planning and development of basketball facilities. “Basketball in Victoria is booming currently but that rise in participation is putting pressure on indoor sporting facilities,” Honey said.
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THE following is an update from Basketball Victoria CEO Nick Honey regarding COVID-19. On Friday 13 March, Basketball Victoria made the decision to suspend all Basketball Victoria related activities, leagues, programs and events to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Today, Monday 16 March, the Victorian State Government has also declared a State of Emergency for four weeks in response to this pandemic.
Basketball Victoria's chief executive has been suspended from attending games after an ugly dispute with a referee at his daughter's under-12s competition. Nick Honey was given an eight-week ban ...
Basketball Victoria boss suspended from games after dispute with referee. Mr Honey was banned from attending games in an unofficial capacity for eight weeks. ( Supplied: Basketball Victoria ...
Basketball Victoria COVID-19 Update from Nick Honey – Basketball Victoria CEO. On Friday 13 March, Basketball Victoria made the decision to suspend all Basketball Victoria related activities, leagues, programs and events to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Basketball Victoria CEO, Nick Honey, echoed Jones’ sentiments, saying “Basketball Victoria welcomes the announcement of Werribee Basketball Association becoming the Wyndham Basketball Association. “Wyndham is a booming growth area of Melbourne and this change will allow the association to better cater to the entire region – both on and ...
Nick Honey, Basketball Victoria CEO congratulated Wayne on his unwavering service and support given when the reins were handed over in 2013. “When I took over the CEO role from Wayne, we were in very good shape due to his outstanding custodianship for over 11 years.