Basketball Taranaki: General Manager: Kevin Fenwick. 021 240 1574. email@example.com. Mountainairs: General Manager: Mitch Langton. 027 897 2782. firstname.lastname@example.org. Opunake Basketball Association.
The Taranaki Steelformers Mountainairs are part of Taranaki Basketball. Taranaki Basketball aspires to provide a high quality basketball programme on and off the court, by involving our fans in the games and providing our players and coaches with the opportunities to develop their skill sets and achieve success.
The Basketball New Zealand ‘Hoops in Schools’ programme, which helps install quality fit-for-purpose basketball hoops in schools throughout New Zealand, will be rolled out in Taranaki early next year. The good news was announced today after funding was agreed by NZCT, with support from Basketbal ...
Club: Taranaki Mountainairs Position: Forward Height: 197cm Born: 21 August, 2003 Junior Association: Taranaki High School: New Plymouth Boys High School. Highest Representative Honour: Named to the NZ Team to contest the 2020 FIBA U16 Asia Cup but event cancelled. Previous NBL clubs – Taranaki (2020) He was the youngest player in the 2020 NBL.
Basketball Taranaki. 6 hrs ·. +7. Hawera Basketball Association is at TSB Hub. 8 hrs · Hawera, New Zealand. HBA Miniball & Intermediate league is back and running for term 3 🏀🙌. First week back was busy and full of fun and learning! Another 8 weeks of training, skills and games! Let’s get it! 😁.
Taranaki Steelformers Mountainairs is a New Zealand professional basketball team that competes in the National Basketball League (NBL). They have previously been known as the New Plymouth Bulls (1986–93), the Taranaki Bears (1994–98), the Taranaki Oilers (1999) and the Devon Dynamos Taranaki (2008–09).
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The Taranaki Steelformers Mountain Airs have signed New Zealand basketball icon and current Tall Blacks Head Coach Pero Cameron as their new Basketball Director. Cameron has inked a one year deal with the Airs, where he’ll work closely with Airs General Manager Mitch Langton to build a program that has a focus on youth development through basketball in Taranaki.
The Hoops in Schools programme has placed 64 hoops in schools around New Zealand. Taranaki schools will soon push that total to 88 hoops. A dozen primary schools in Taranaki will next year receive...