Blues Alumni

Blues Alumni
Dec 12


Southside Flyers young gun Steph Reid is learning from her role model each and every day. The 23-year-old point guard is relishing every moment training and playing with team mate and Opals star Leilani Mitchell, a player she has long modelled her own game on. “We did these surveys at the start of the season an... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Oct 10

Steph Reid and Southside Flyers WNBL Debut

Good luck to Frankston Blue's own Steph Reid in the Southside Flyers' WNBL debut this Saturday night. Steph Reid had a stellar 2019 season with Blues in the NBL1 averaging 21.6 ppg, 6.3 apg, 3.5 rpg, 1.6 spg plus her league record 50 point game. The Flyers will be taking on Townsville Fire for their first home ga... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Sep 27

Hawks 2020: Andersen adds chapter to career epic

DAVE Andersen's return to the Illawarra two decades after his NBL debut was one of the stories of last season - and the plot thickened on Wednesday when the 39-year-old was named Hawks co-captain alongside Todd Blanchfield. Andersen was the last player signed to the Hawks roster but was always a prized signature for... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Sep 02

Steph Reid and Southside Flyers defeat NBL1 All Star Women

Saturday night the Southside Flyers hit the court for the first time at Frankston Basketball Stadium taking on the NBL1 All Star Women The Flyers opened strong with a dominated 29-5 first quarter, then continued winning all quarters, finishing with a 89-50 victory. Frankston Blues' own Steph Reid came away with a... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Jun 30

Dallas Mavericks guarantee Ryan Broekhoff’s contract for next season

Dallas Mavericks wing Ryan Broekhoff will be on the roster for the 2019-2020 season after the team guaranteed his contract on June 29. The Dallas Mavericks are going to be active in the coming days. The team is looking to fill its roster for the 2019-2020 season. They are expected to offer Kristaps Porzingis a five-... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
Jun 18

Steph Reid set to represent Australia at 2019 World University Games

Hot on the heels of her impressive NBL1 season with the Powerade Frankston Blues, Steph Reid has been selected to represent Australia at the 2019 World Universaide in Naples, Italy from July 3-14. Also known as the World University Games, the tournament is the largest multi-sport event apart from the Olympic Games a... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
May 14

Ryan Broekhoff proved he’s a sharpshooter

Ryan Broekhoff came to the Mavericks last fall as an unknown quantity. We were told that he could shoot the heck out of the ball. Several of his Australian-born counterparts wasted no time taking to social media to congratulate Broekhoff and saying that it’s about time he was in the NBA. So now, looking back on... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
May 06

The 50-point game no one saw coming

By Roy Ward, NBL1 Before this past round, the scouting report on Steph Reid was something like “pass first point guard, can score a bit”. The 168-centimetre playmaker is a point guard through and through, someone who wants to set up her teammates and get her Frankston Blues side to a win. Reid, 22, spent t... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
May 05


Washington State women's basketball head coach Kamie Ethridge has announced the signing of Frankston Blues Junior Emma Nankervis to a NCAA National Letter of Intent. "I am excited to announce the signing of Emma Nankervis as a Coug," said Ethridge. "Emma meets so many needs for our program. She has size, length, ath... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Apr 16

NBL1 : Reid Embracing New Challenge As Frankston Leader

Written by Megan Hustwaite for The tables have turned on Steph Reid. The 22-year-old guard was one of the youngest players on Dandenong Rangers’ squad last WNBL season. Now, suiting up for Frankston in NBL1, the Blues product is one of the oldest players. “I’m the fourth oldest on the team whi... [MORE]