Welcome to Maitland Basketball's competitions information page. As always, the Board and Staff at MBA are committed to continuous improvement to deliver the best playing experience possible for our members, and to continue to work at providing great value for money and an enjoyable experience for all members and participants.
Maitland Basketball Delivers:
A safe, top class facility with freshly painted and resurfaced floors.
A commitment to providing two qualified referees on each game and a development program to build the quality and depth of our referees.
A safe, supportive and friendly environment that is free from abuse and caters to the diverse social and cultural backgrounds and needs of all members.
A pathway for all participants (players, coaches, referees and officials) from grassroots through to elite programs.
Our competitions also include:
Helpful and friendly staff
FOR NOMINATION DETAILS SELECT YOUR GRADE FROM THE COMPETITIONS MENU
SCHEDULE OF FEES
At the most recent board meeting, MBA’s Board approved the pricing structure for 2018. In considering our pricing structure, the board has balanced the need offer the best value for money possible for our members against continual increases in running costs for the Association. 2018 fees can be seen below:
COMPETITION GAME FEES
15 WEEK COMP
18 WEEK COMP
JUNIOR COMPETITIONS GAME FEE PAYMENT :
In 2019, all junior competition fees will be collected as a per player payment of $150.
There are 4 main reasons that we are transitioning to per player payments:
Allows school aged players to take full advantage of the ACTIVE KIDS REBATE
Game night staff can focus attention on supervising the courts, rather than collecting fees.
Team coaches/managers will not need to collect game fees each week.
If players in your team do not turn up for their game, other players are not left paying higher game fees to take the floor.
SUMMARY OF KEY COMPETITION BY-LAWS :
For teams that pay per player: if your team has a bye, you will automatically receive 3 competitions points, however, you will still get to play a game. We will invite one team to play an extra game that night (at no extra cost) so that your team does not miss out on a game.
With teams paying up front, we would expect there to be far fewer forfeits (see fill in players below), however if you cannot field a team, it is essential that you notify MBA as early as possible (not later than 12 noon on the day of the game).
An un-notified forfeit (no show or called in after 12 midday on the day of the game) will result in a full game fee penalty fine.
In the case of a forfeit, we will attempt to organise a game for your team against another team from the same grade. If your team receives a forfeit, and we cannot organise a game (as per byes above), your team’s players will receive a credit towards their next competition OR a cash refund to be shared evenly among team members who have paid their game fees in full.
The rules for fill in players will not be affected by this rule, as long as all team members have paid their game fees for the competition. Please note that fill in players must be a registered member (there is a new 14-day free membership for new players).
MBA will continue working to improve the quality of services we offer to our members. If you have any questions or feedback regarding the changes detailed above, please do not hesitate to contact us on (02) 4934 3503.
These By-Laws have been produced by MBA to ensure that all participants have access to the rules and conditions under which our competitions are conducted.
Comments and suggestions for the improvement of the Local Competition service that we provide are always welcome and form a necessary part of the continued development of our Club.
Our current Competition By-Laws are linked here: MBA Competition By-Laws