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AGM 2019: New Committee Members Elected

The Club now have a new club President, Secretary and Vice-President. We would like to thank you to Chris Garner our previous club president that handled a few roles and has placed the Club in a great position for Cameron to take over. We would like to thank all past...

2017 AGM Minutes

To visit previous years Annual General Meeting (AGM) Minutes visit About > History > AGM. Visit AGM Minutes Page This year's click on Banner Below

Presentation Day

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Oatlander Outlaws Presentation Day Date: Sunday 18th of March Time: 1:30PM - 5:00PM Location: Timbarra Community Stadium We will have plenty of activities for the kids including a Inflatable Obstacle Course We will have sausages,...


Development First and foremost, a good coach cares about his or her players and wants to get the best out of them. A coach must have the motivation and patience to teach each player the fundamentals of the game, whilst supporting their emotional well-being within the...

Coaches Working with Children Check

Coaches WWC Every coach and assistant coach 18 or older must have a Working With Children card. The Club has adopted the policy set by Basketball Victoria and the Outlander Outlaws Basketball Club, coaches over 18 years in age and parents who are supervising children...

Coaches code of Conduct

Code of conduct Remember that basketball is for enjoyment Be reasonable in your demands Teach understanding and respect for the rules Give all players a reasonable amount of court time Develop team respect for the ability of opponents including their coaches Instil in...

Winter 2018 Season Registrations Now Open!

ONLINE REGISTRATIONS WINTER 2018 REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN! Registrations are available online only up until 28th February 2018 @ 10PM. ATTENTION: Registration is now open for Winter 2018 for CURRENT players ONLY! Please click on the appropriate link & image to...

How to avoid Ankle Sprains

Sue Falsone | Director of Performance Physical Therapy and Team Sports Reoccurring ankle sprains often have less to do with a lack of strength around the ankle as much as a loss of balance and proprioception—the ability to know where your joint is in space....

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