1. How many seasons are there? 
There are two seasons in a year. Winter season includes term 2 and term 3 of the school year; Summer season includes term 4 and term 1 of the school year. Each season begins with 3 weeks of grading game.

2. How much does it cost?
There is a registration fee of $60 per season.
A payment of $48-$56 for the weekly game the team plays;
U8 - U10 = $50
U12 - U16 = $55
U18 - U23 = $60
there are an average of 17 games played in a season(not including semi-finals and finals). This is collected by the team manager for the season and paid to the venue before the game begins.

3. Is there any training?
Yes, each team will be appointed a coach and training will be schedule during the week which you will receive a detail notification via email before each season begins. Please bring your own basketball to training and please be on time to pick-up your child after training.

4. Do parents need to attend the basketball games?
Yes, parents, families and friends are all welcome to attend the basketball game to support children. It is also compulsory for all parents in each team to take turns and help score during the games, exception is given to coaches and team managers.

5. Is there anything else I can help as a parent?
Yes, the club is run by volunteers, and we welcome as much help as we can get.

6. What happens if my child is not feeling well or we are on holiday during the game or training?
Please notify your team manager as soon as possible if you know your child will not be able to attend any session. This will enable the team manager to make arrangement if the needs arise.

7. Where are the games played?
Games are scheduled at 5 different locations.
Frankston Basketball Stadium, Bardia Ave, Seaford
Elizabeth Murdoch College, Warrandyte Rd, Langwarrin
Flinders College, 100 Ballarto Rd, Carrums Downs
John Paul College, 161 McMahons Rd, Frankston
Chelsea Basketball Stadium, Cannes Ave, Bonbeach

8. What is the size of the basketball for my child?
Size 5 for U8 & U9
Size 6 for U10 and older.

For more detail information, please refer to the Parent Player Information Guide;