Balwyn Blazers Basketball Club
The Balwyn Blazers Basketball Club fields over 100 boys and girls basketball teams in the EDJBA in Melbourne.
We are a family oriented club and focus on each of our players thoroughly enjoying their basketball and developing great skills.
New players of all skill levels are welcome.
Welcome to BLAZERS!
The excitement is building as we start back for Term 1 and finish off our Summer Season!
Registrations have closed, however there are still spots available in some age groups, in particular u11 girls. If you are interested please contact Carolyn at
MELBOURNE UNITED PARTNERSHIP - 20% DISCOUNT TO HISENSE ARENA GAMES!
The roof is coming off on Monday 6th Feb at Hisense Arena when Melbourne United take on the Illawarra Hawks!
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Blazing Dribblers starts again on Friday 3rd February 2017.
We hope that 2017 will bring you and your families much joy and success... GO BLAZERS!
The EDJBA has introduced LAPTOP scoring to every venue this season, replacing the current paper scoresheet. If you did not attend one of our training sessions, please click on the link below for a demonstration. It is each team's responsibility to provide scorers, and therefore all must eventually learn how to do this.
The Dribblers program is on every Friday during the school term at Balwyn High School, starting 6th February 2017. There is more information in the column on the left of this page.
Our Values at Balwyn Blazers
At Blazers, we are committed to our TREDS values across all members of the Club - Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Development and Sportsmanship. We encourage all players, parents & spectators to embrace these values. I'm really proud of our Club - thanks for being a part of it.
Refereeing - Did you know that referees at Balwyn home courts now fall under our Club's duty of care?
They now CHOOSE to ref at Balwyn, where previously they were allocated here. I know from personal experience as a coach that it is sometimes frustrating when you don't see things the way referees do... please just be mindful that they are also human and deserve respect, just like we all do. I want us to have the best refereeing culture in the EDJBA and that can only happen with the support of everyone in the Club. I will also encourage our refs to be open in dialogue with coaches. Let's make sure we give our refs a pat on the back, even after a hotly contested game that you felt a little hard done by!
Don't forget to visit our coaches section including information about our Facebook coach resource page. Please have a look by clicking here or on the coaches tab above located in the menu bar.
"Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out." John Wooden, legend basketball coach