History

 

The Waverley Basketball Association was formed in 1976 with the building of the Jordanville Community Centre. Waverley began with one court at the current location and grew over a number of years with additional competitions played at Highvale Secondary College, Mazenod College, Mount Waverley Secondary College, and Wheelers Hill Secondary College.

Courts 1, 2 and 3 were constructed in 1992 at a cost of $1.3 million and in 1999 Courts 5 and 6 were completed for a further $400,000. Although on council land the building of the stadium was totally funded by the Waverley Basketball Association through loans with the National Australia Bank.
 


 
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Cancelled Games at Kingswood College
08/12/2018
  Waverley Basketball wishes to apologise for any inconvenience ...
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Grading Review
27/11/2018
The two week post-grading review is taking place now. Fixtures are be...
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WBA Referee School
21/11/2018
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Falcons granted licence for new league
08/11/2018
The Waverley Falcons Senior Men and Women will be competing in an elit...
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Melbourne Boomers Grassroots Night
07/11/2018
  Celebrating Grassroots Hoops Tomorrow Night Our annual&n...
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Waverley vs McKinnon practice games
30/10/2018
 Please see below details for Waverley vs McKinnon practice games...
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2019 Victorian Youth Championship Teams Announced
29/10/2018
  The Waverley Falcons are very pleased to announce our 2019 Vi...
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Junior Domestic Cup Day Weekend games
25/10/2018
WBA Junior Domestic competition will run as normal on Cup Day Weekend....
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