Alan Craik is running the Berlin Marathon on Sept 24th and hopes to raise some money for the Flyers on the way.
The gym hall will be closed on the following dates…
The new season will start at ISA on 17th of August. The training times will be as follows:-
Training will start back at ISA on the Thursday 17th August.
To enable Grampian Flyers Basketball Club to function properly we require more individuals to help on the Committee. We currently have a pressing need for a Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson to meet the Club Structure requirements of Basketball Scotland. There are also lots of other roles for which individuals can offer their services.
If you are interested in helping please let any member of the Committee or Coaches know.
As most of our Committee are currently parents of senior players in the team they will be retiring over the next 2 years so we would look for as ,many people as possible to come on board now so that they can learn what is required for running the club.
Please think seriously about helping as the Club can only run if there are sufficient volunteers.
The Grampian Flyers basketball club is the premier basketball club in the North East of Scotland. Working closely with local league clubs, local authority partners and our national governing body, Basketball Scotland, to ensure both participation in physical activity to improve health inequalities and develop talented youngsters to fulfil their potential and reach international standard. We strive to ensure that there is a high standard of competition across the region, and to offer players with potential the opportunity to compete at higher levels of competition. We have an inclusive approach to all players that wish to join, helping identify the opportunities that would best suite their ability level. We have a network of development coaches that will help each player reach their potential.
We have several community centres across Aberdeen city and Aberdeenshire, that allow kids of all ages participate in the sport of basketball. We use these to identify individuals with potential and progress them along the player pathway.
Our U16 and U18 teams have been competing in the national league since 2004, we will continue to compete at this level, but with an earlier pathway we aim to increase our standings in the league. We have a Senior men and Senior women teams that compete in local leagues, local cups and national competitions. Lastly, we have a wheelchair basketball team that compete in the Scottish national development
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