FAQ

How many games in a season?

Depending on the age group and number of teams per grade, the number of games can vary between 15 and 18 games per season excluding finals.

The Autumn Season runs during Term 1 and Term 2, Spring Season runs during Term 3 and Term 4. Registration is required for each season.

How much does it cost to play?

Refer to the Registrations page for season fees . New players must also purchase a club uniform. Spectators and Senior players U20 and above can either pay $4 door entry or a $25 season entry card.

Which days are the games played?

Monday U12 & U18 Girls

Tuesday U14 Girls

Wednesday U16 Girls

Thursday U10 Boys & Girls

Friday U9 Boys & Girls

Saturday U12, U14, U16, U18A/B Grade Boys

Sunday U18 C/D Grade Boys, U20-U23 Girls, U21 Boys

Where are the games played?

Games are played at several stadiums including;

SBA Stadium at Tulip Street, Mentone Girls Secondary College, Parkdale Secondary College, Mentone Grammar School.

Where do teams train?

Sandy Saints teams train at various venues in Bayside including Sacred Heart Primary School, Sandringham Secondary College and Black Rock Primary School. Not all teams are guaranteed an indoor court due to the high demand from many clubs across Bayside. Teams are not allowed to train at a venue not endorsed by the club due safety and public liability

Where do I get a uniform?

Uniforms can be purchased online and pickup details will be provided by the uniforms co-ordinator.

Who provides a Team Manager and Coach?

Our club does not provide a TM or Coaches and these roles are typically filled by volunteer parents. We encourage older siblings of players to be Junior Coaches and this is a great way to learn more about the game and get involved. All Coaches and Team managers must also complete child safety training. Payment for Junior Coaches is under local agreement between the team and coach.

What are the player pathways beyond Sandy Saints club level?

Players can try out for Representative Basketball each year around September. Refer to the SBA website for try out dates and details. The SBA also run development programs and camps to further develop player skills.