Basketball

 

Peoples Community Sports

This free progam offers co-ed as well as boys and girls basketball for ages 5-11.

510 Mohawk Rd, Hamilton

905-574-3900

Dan Best- dbest@thepc.ca

http://www.peoplescommunitysports.org/

 

Ancaster Magic Basketball

This program offers Jr. NBA for children aged 5-7, as well as house leagues and rep teams for older kids.  

President: Rob Bowden - 905-923-9386

http://www.abcmagic.ca/

 

 

Dundas Dynamo Basketball Club

House league and rep teams for kids aged 8-19.
Dundas Dynamo Basketball Club
40 Forestview Drive, Dundas
905-628-4966
Steve Baker - steve@dynamobasketball.ca

http://dynamobasketball.ca/

 

 

Flamborough Fire Basketball

The Flamborough Fire Basketball Association is located in Waterdown, ON and is a member of Ontario Basketball.  The  club concentrates on the development of young men and women eager to learn the game of basketball. The program is available to players ages 8 to 18. Tryouts begin each fall in early September. 

Flamborough Fire Basketball Association

PO Box 836 Waterdown, ON  L0R 2H0

PRESIDENT - Jobina D'Aloisio (president@flamboroughfirebasketball.com)

VICE PRESIDENT - Paul Robertson (vicepresident@flamboroughfirebasketball.com)

TREASURER - Todd Summers (treasurer@flamboroughfirebasketball.com)

http://flamboroughfirebasketball.pointstreaksites.com/view/flamboroughfirebasketball/home-page-186

 

 

Hamilton Basketball Association

The HBA is a not-for-profit, volunteer run house league basketball program. Leagues are available for children 5-18 and are offered at various locations throughout the city.

Season starts in October, practices are Monday- Friday and games on Saturday between 11-5. Registration Fees are between $100-$160 depending on the age of the child.

2-558 Upper Gage Ave, Suite 271, Hamilton

http://www.hbabasketball.net/site

 

 

Hamilton Muslim Basketball Association

HMBA’s mission statement is to provide a means for Muslim to interact, communicate and learn within an Islamic environment. The league, takes pride in approaching Islamic principles and brotherhood.In recent years, the HMBA has started a program for the Sisters where they can be free to play sports such as basketball, volleyball and soccer in a female only environment. We have also introduced a structured skills program for the youth ages 6-12 where participants learn the fundamentals of basketball in a fun environment.

Games are played at Sir Winston Churchill, 1715 Main Street East, Hamilton

http://www.hmba.me/contact

http://www.hmba.me/

 

 

Hamilton Wildcats Basketball

Wildcats Basketball does not offer a houseleague type program, focusing instead on building a passion for game while teaching the skills required to get better.  They offer multiple programs for all age groups and skill levels starting in Grade 1.

Jim Thornton, President: 1-905-921-1805

http://www.hamiltonwildcats.com/

  

 

 

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