‘Laser Electrical’ Blues Women
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The South East Australian Basketball League (SEABL) is Australia’s pre-eminent semi-professional basketball league. The league comprises both a men’s and women’s competition and is run by the country’s governing body, Basketball Australia. The league was founded in 1981 and became the basis of what was known as the Continental Basketball Association during the 1990s, and later the Australian Basketball Association during the 2000s. The ABA disbanded following the 2008 season, and at the time, the SEABL’s East and South conferences were two of six ABA conferences. Today’s SEABL competition boasts teams from Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.
The Big V is the senior basketball league in Victoria comprising 100 plus semi-professional sides from Associations across Victoria’s in 12 competitions.
These competitions comprise of both genders, and incorporate three levels of senior competition and three levels of youth league competition.
The league commenced under the name “The Victorian Women’s Conference” in 1987. The men’s and women’s competitions were run independently until 2000. Until this time the league was known as either the CVIBL (Country Victorian Invitation Basketball League), the VBL (Victorian Basketball League) or WVBL (Women’s Victorian Basketball League). In 2004, the member clubs of the league voted to re-brand the entire league structure as Big V going forward.