2018 Award Winners

On Saturday the 22nd of September Basketball Geelong crowned the GBL, SEABL, BigV and ASSOCIATION award winners for 2018. Congratulations to all the recipients and thank you for everything you have provided to our association and club throughout the year. BASKETBALL GEELONG – AWARD WINNERS 2018 ASSOCIATION AWARDS WINNER The ‘Hamish Sorenson’ Jnr Referee of […]

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40 Years recognised in a singlet

The Luina Geelong Supercats will take to the court this Friday night in a specially designed singlet that represents the clubs 40 year history. The singlet features the names of the 248 players and Head Coaches in the clubs 40 year history, both men’s and women’s; it also features the images of four of the […]

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Isa out for the season

The Luina Geelong Supercats worst fears were realised yesterday with confirmation that Isa Brancatisano had ruptured her Achilles Tendon. Isa spoke with Nick Wade of the Geelong Advertiser. Isa Brancatisano knew straight away she was in trouble. The Geelong Lady Supercats guard was taking off for a dribble on Saturday night against Kilsyth when her […]

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Herbert retirement fuels Supercats’ surge

2 Jul 2018 | Geelong Advertiser | NICK WADE GEELONG coach Leon O’Neill admits he felt sorry for his opposition after the Supercats stole a last-gasp win in what was described as one of the best SEABL matches ever played at The Arena. The Supercats hit the lead for the first time on Saturday night […]

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Nathan Herbert Retires

After 389 games, 16 seasons and over 6500 points, Nathan Herbert will call time on his stellar career at the end of 2018. The SEABL Round 12 Men’s Player of the Week aims to go out on a high, with his 2018 Supercats right back in the contest after two massive wins last weekend. Herbert […]

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SEABL Men: vs Frankston

FROM THE GEELONG ADVERTISER – 4 Jun 2018 written by WILL HOGAN GEELONG Supercats coach Leon O’Neill has put Saturday night’s 87-96 loss to the Frankston Blues down to a poor mentality on the court. O’Neill conceded his side was not “switched on” and described the first half as “unacceptable”, with the Supercats’ slow start […]

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SEABL Women: vs Frankston

FROM THE GEELONG ADVERTISER – 4 Jun 2018 written by WILL HOGAN AN inspiring second-half comeback led by sixteen-yearold Ally Knights catapulted the Lady Supercats into the top eight on the SEABL ladder. Knights “turned the tide of the game” in the 75-67 win over Frankston on Saturday night. With Isabella Brancatisano and Ellen Kett […]

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