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COVID Protocols and other important info about the 2020 Winter Domestic Competition


Under current BWA Green 150 guidelines, spectators are now allowed to watch games in our Domestic competition. Hooray!

We must all still maintain physical distancing and observe hygiene guidelines. Neither spectators nor players should attend games it they are sick/have a fever, sore throat, cough or shortness of breath.


Sanitiser will be available at the stadium. You will be required to sanitise your hands before you play. Equipment will be wiped down and sanitised between each game.

Physical distancing guidelines continue to apply before and after games.

Game fee payment

As game fees have been charged upfront this season, there will be no cash handling on game days.

If a player is registered in separate teams in different grades they will be required to pay the full upfront game fees for both teams, but only a single PBA registration fee will be required.

Payment of Winter Domestic Fees

Domestic fees are due to be paid by Saturday 4th July.

The fees are $180 per player. (In some cases, a $30 BWA membership fee will also be due.)

Please contact Michelle: to arrange payment via credit card over the phone. Payment via bank transfer is also available:

Account Name: Perth Basketball Association
BSB: 036 087
Account Number: 127 278

Fees for back fill players

Back filling players (only up to the 5th player and from lesser grade) as per current by-laws is permitted as usual. However, if a player back fills for the same team for 3 or more games they will be required to pay a further $120.00 upfront game fee for the season.

If you require backfill players for a game, you need to notify by Friday at the latest so that player can be placed on the entry register. If backfilling is required on the day, this will need to be approved by the Game Day Coordinator and the player will play under the team and cannot be added to the Scoring Device.

About the PBA Domestic Basketball Competition

The PBA domestic basketball competitions present the opportunity for players of all levels to play basketball in a team environment. Our competitions are split into the following age groups: U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18. Where possible, the age divisions are graded to ensure teams are playing other teams of a similar level. Mixed teams are permitted up to U10. After this, we have separate competitions for girls and boys.

PBA runs two Saturday domestic competitions each year:

  • Summer – Term 4 and Term 1
  • Winter – Term 2 and Term 3

Our domestic competitions are run out of two locations:

  • Loftus Recreation Centre
  • Leisurelife Vic Park/Belmont Oasis

If you’d like to join a domestic competition team, you can contact the PBA affiliated club nearest you, or email Michelle Fletcher for more information.

PBA Affiliated Clubs

  • Birdiya Moort Basketball Club
  • Hoopers Basketball Club
  • Leederville Basketball Club
  • Manning Magic Basketball Club (Inc.)
  • Mount Hawthorn Basketball
  • North Perth Basketball Club
  • South Perth Basketball Club
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