Western Sydney Basketball Club seeks players for social leagues


Are you a Western student looking to play some social sport?

Say no more! Western Sydney Basketball Club is calling for players to fill its women’s, men’s and mixed sides for social competitions at both Penrith and Bankstown next year.

You don’t need to be a pro or have any prior experience to apply; your mere interest in having some fun, meeting new people and keeping active is more than enough. Head to the links down below to access the Expression of Interest forms on WesternLife.

“Deciding to play basketball was the best choice I’ve ever made,” said Lachlan Charlton, a Western Sydney Basketball player and NSW representative.

“Representing the university with Western Sydney Basketball Club is a huge honour, and it’s helped me establish some amazing friendships. I couldn’t recommend it highly enough for anyone looking to get into a social sport.”

Lachlan Charlton shooting for Western Sydney.

The Penrith competition is set to commence in January, while Bankstown will get underway in April. Western Sydney teams will come up against other local sides in each competition.

Please note you must be a Western Sydney University student to join. For further info and to register your interest, head to the links below.

You can also follow the Western Sydney Basketball Club on both Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Images provided by Western Sydney Basketball Club.

Jye Campbell

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