Bruins Jnr Rep Program
Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year to all
Bruins Junior Rep training will commence back on Tuesday 1st February, 2022
U12 & U14 Boys & Girls – 4.30pm to 6pm
U16 & U18 Boys & Girls – 6pm to 7.30pm
Bruins Junior Representatives
Throughout the years Bruins Representative Program has strived to develop every player, coach and official to their full potential with ‘Pride and Dignity’.
It is important that all players and parents read the requirements and expectation of families who enter into the Bruins Representative Program.
Players who are selected into the Bruins Representative Program should be congratulated for their achievement and be encouraged to make the most of the opportunities offered to them. At the same time, both the family and the players should recognise that being part of the Bruins Representative Program is a major commitment of time, effort and money.
The Head Coach, Assistant Coach, and Manager are unpaid Volunteers who give up many hours of their own time to assist the development of your son/daughter.
The Coaches of your child’s team are responsible for their basketball development during training sessions and matches. Any basketball concerns you may have can be politely discussed as soon as they arise.
Team Managers will be responsible for the team’s organisation and relaying information to families such as game information, bench rosters etc., they will also provide a link between the Junior Representative Manager, Coaches, Players and families.
There is an expectation that whilst involved in the Bruins Representative Program all participants understands and abides by the policies and guidelines in the Bruins Representative Handbook, along with BBA and BNSW Policies, Procedures and By-Laws.