Blagojevic ready to roll at the Arena

Original Article can be found at the Geelong Advertiser HERE GEORGE Blagojevic will return to suit up for the Supercats for the first time since 2013 when the NBL1 season resumes. The 24-year-old has spent the past two years with the Cairns Taipans in the NBL since returning from a four-year stint at the University […]

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Emma-Nnopu putting in the hard work

Original Article can be found at the Geelong Advertiser HERE ANTONIETTE Emma-Nnopu is looking to follow in her sister’s footsteps, with the goal of gaining a place on a basketball team at a US College when she finishes Year 12 this year. Two years older than Antoinette, Agnes Emma-Nnopu is currently at Stanford University, where […]

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Mawut Deng Training Hard During Lockdown

Original article from the Geelong Advertsiter can be found HERE Feature photo: Jacqui Neill WITH NBL1 games again postponed this weekend due to the ongoing Victorian lockdown, Supercats recruit Mawut Deng is finding time to stay in shape in between shifts for the Department of Health. Working for the Victorian Government, his day job includes […]

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Supercat O’leary Pinches Himself About Playing At The Arena

Original article from the Geelong Advertiser can be found HERE Feature photo: Jacqui Neill GROWING up in Geelong, Jordan O’Leary never imagined himself on the Arena court when he came to watch the Supercats play as a kid. After playing VJBL with Geelong and Corio Bay, plus a stint at Melbourne Tigers, O’Leary signed with […]

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IT’S school first, basketball second for talented young Supercats player Jasmine Whatley

Original Article from the Geelong Advertiser can be found HERE Feature Photo: Jacqui Neill IT’S school first, basketball second for talented young Supercats player Jasmine Whatley as she juggles NBL1 commitments and completing her VCE at Western Heights this year. While many players of her calibre are considering US College pathways to further their basketball […]

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Blicavs pushing for Olympic selection

Clocking up yet another hotel quarantine, for Sara Blicavs there’s no time like the present to self-reflect on her impressive journey in basketball thus far. A WNBL champion, selected for numerous national squads, and an essential part of Geelong’s NBL1 squad since the age of 20, her list of achievements boasts unwavering success for the […]

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Agnes Emma-Nnopu Returns Home

The Luina Bio Geelong Supercats are excited to announce Agnes Emma-Nnopu has signed for the 2020 NBL1 season, before heading to the USA for her freshman year at Stanford University. Known as “Nus” to many, she started her basketball journey playing VJBL at Bellarine Storm, under local legend Brendan Matthews. Brendan instilled the work ethic […]

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POSITION VACANT – CANTEEN MANAGER

Basketball Geelong is seeking applications for the position of Canteen Manager. Applications in the way of cover letter & CV should be sent to Basketball Geelong Business Manager, Vicki King via email to vicki@basketballgeelong.com.au no later than 5pm Friday 12th April. For a full position description, please click here: BG Canteen Manager Position 2019 For […]

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SUPERCATS ADD FRONTCOURT GRUNT WITH THOMAS

The Luina Bio Geelong Supercats are thrilled to announce the addition of former Hobart & Mt Gambier big man Lewis Thomas to the 2019 NBL1 roster. Thomas joins the Supercats on the back of an NBL season in Adelaide with the 36ers as a training and development player. His addition will add much needed size […]

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WNBL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR JOINS SUPERCATS

Melbourne Boomers WNBL Rookie of the Year and Under 17 World Champion, Jazmin Shelley has signed with the Geelong Supercats for the NBL1 2019 season. After a stellar season with the Melbourne Boomers Jazmin is looking to advance her game in preparation for her move to NCAA powerhouse the Oregon Ducks.  Shelley a member of […]

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