Winnipeg Minor Basketball Association has opened registration for Fall 2020. They continue to work towards future phases. Registration and updates on their website.
REGISTRATION: September 4-23, 2020
SEASON START: October 3-4, 2020 (Small group training)
Southdale Convenor: Rodger Salm - email@example.com
Canada Basketball released version 1.1 of their multi-phased Return to Play plan in June and will continue to update the document as needed through the pandemic. Basketball Manitoba is currently in Phase 2: Individual Training continues and Small Group Training begins. No organizations are allowed to host games/competition until Basketball Manitoba has moved to Phase 5.
WMBA has decided to move forward with registration (7+), offering an 11-week program running from October-December 2020. The program will consist of 10 weeks of individual skills training (small groups/teams) and wrap up with an NBA-style skills competition on December 19-20.
WMBA is working on a curriculum that will not only engage, but challenge all participants. The curriculum will be carried out by coaches and student-athletes from various post-secondary schools. The WMBA community will benefit from this training and be more skilled and prepared when we are allowed to open up the regular season.
Jr NBA Registration is also open for ages 5-7. Registration Fee $150. Details here
Are you looking for an activity that combines fun, physical activity
and teamwork? If so, our Southdale
basketball program may be just what you are looking for!!
Basketball is a sport that
can be enjoyed for a lifetime and we have found that once people give it a try
they are often hooked on the sport.
Basketball is one of the
most popular sports in schools and by participating at the community club level
you develop the skills to help you succeed within the school setting.
The equipment and
participation costs for basketball are very affordable compared to many other
Cheering on your child as
they participate with their teammates in a climate controlled gymnasium is a
wonderful experience to share with friends and family.
With all these benefits it is not surprising that
basketball is the fastest growing youth team sport in Canada (with more
participants than soccer and hockey in the 12-17 age range). Why not come out and give it a try for
yourself (and bring along some friends)?