What we do

We run weekly basketball sessions that focus on fundamental skill development. Open to boys and girls aged 7-16, each session is an hour of fun, fast paced drills and games that are suitable to players of all abilities.

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Every school holidays we run a Holiday Camp for boys & girls aged 7-15. Each day runs from 9am-3pm and is jam packed with a variety of basketball skills, drills and games! It's the perfect way to spend your school holidays!

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Want to take your game to the next level? Run during the school holidays, our Future Camps offer a more intensive and challenging experience. With higher level concepts and specialist sessions, there is no way you are not going to get better.

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TERM 4 DEVELOPMENT SESSIONS

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Testimonials

For the last two holidays, my son has been participating in the Saints Holiday Camps to improve his skills, grow in confidence and have fun with his friends. Not only are these camps about building skills but also teaching lessons in communication, teamwork and responsibility all while having fun.”

Catherine

My two daughters have for the past two years attended holiday programmes and skills sessions through Saints Basketball. As parents, we decided to invest in these programs so our girls can further develop their basketball skills. We have found that not only have our daughters been taught physical skills but have also been provided with the mental tools to overcome tough areas of the game and training.

Juliann

Since my son started with the Saints program, he has become more confident in his own skills, which has helped him become a more confident leader in his competitive school and rep teams. Of course it has also had a wonderful flow on effect of giving him more self-confidence in general life and school environment.

Rebekah

Being a fanatical rugby player, basketball is my son's second sport and his knowledge, skill and technique of the game is at a beginner level. However, these camps have equipped him with the desire to play more basketball, try and achieve better and come away feeling proud of what he can actually achieve.

Tracy