Junior Blues

  • Frankston Blues / 17 Apr 2018

    Upcoming Coaching Co...

    Frankston Basketball will soon begin to host a series of coaching course run by Basketball Victoria....

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  • Junior Blues / 16 Apr 2018

    Mike Kelly, welcome ...

    Fresh from winning the 2018 NBL Championship, the CQUniversity Cairns Taipans are proud to announce ...

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  • Junior Blues / 03 Apr 2018

    Natalie Porter induc...

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  • Junior Blues / 23 Jan 2018

    TOURNAMENT PHOTOS

    Hey Junior Blues Fans! The Frankston Basketball Office would love any of your individual or team ...

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  • Junior Blues / 01 Dec 2017

    MUVJBL – Friday 1 ...

    DUE to safety concerns surrounding Melbourne’s extreme weather conditions on Friday 1 December, MU...

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  • Junior Blues / 09 Nov 2017

    Jnr. Blues Coaching ...

    To Frankston Blues Coaches and Team Managers, The Frankston Blues program is pleased to announce ...

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  • Upcoming Coaching Coaches

    Mike Kelly, welcome to Ca...

    Natalie Porter inducted t...

    TOURNAMENT PHOTOS

    MUVJBL – Friday 1 Decem...

    Jnr. Blues Coaching Clini...


    Overview

    The Frankston Junior Blues has teams from U12 to U20 that compete in the Victorian Junior Basketball League (VJBL), commonly known as Representative or Rep Ball. This is the next step for players that have been playing domestic basketball for a while and looking to take their game to a higher / more competitive level.

    The VJBL competition is played on Friday nights with teams from associations across metropolitan Melbourne and Victoria competing in one of the largest and most competitive junior competitions in the world.

    Players try out for team selections each October and if successful, embark on a twelve month commitment that includes an intensive grading period (November to February), VJBL season (March – September) and various tournaments.

    The VJBL competition is graded into 3 main levels;

    Victorian Championship (VC) – the top 20 teams in the state
    Victorian Junior League 1-4 (VJL) – 4 divisions of teams ranked 21 – 60
    Regional Competition (South East & North West) – teams are placed into divisions based on ranking and region.

     

    2017/18 Program Information

    Governance & General Information