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Coaches announced for 2018 national junior teams

Coaches announced for 2018 national junior teams
Today Basketball New Zealand announced their 2018 coaching line-up tasked with leading the Aon New Zealand age-group basketball teams through the FIBA calendar, including the FIBA Oceania Championships and, if they qualify, the FIBA Asia Cup and World Cup.

Already the Aon Under 17 Women have made history by being the first junior-women’s New Zealand team to qualify for a World Cup, which they did by finishing fourth in the FIBA Under 17 Asia Cup in Bangalore last October. They’ve set the bar for the Under 17 men, who will play in the FIBA Under 17 Men’s Asia Cup in the Guangdong Province of China, 26 March to 1 April 2018. The Under 15s are about to start their FIBA road with the Oceania Champs in December, while the Junior Tall Blacks and Junior Tall Ferns will be aiming to qualify for the FIBA U19 World Cups by looking for a top four finish in the FIBA U18 Asia Championships this year.

Basketball New Zealand’s High Performance Director, Leonard King, said the organisation has appreciated the dedication these coaches have given to junior basketball and that he looks forward to working with them as they each target their pinnacle events.

“It is with a great deal of enthusiasm that we announce the national junior-teams’ coach appointments for the 2018 international competitions.  We are extremely pleased with the calibre of the coaches involved in our programme, which is made up of a combination of experience, and youth and enthusiasm.  These coaches are the second cohort of coaches to lead New Zealand teams into the new FIBA qualifying system.  We wish the teams much success and trust they enjoy the challenges ahead.”

Aon New Zealand Under 15 Girls

Head Coach: Natalie Visger
Assistant Coach: Justine Reed 
Assistant Coach: Frances Tilly
Manager: Glenda Kaan
Pinnacle Event in 2018: FIBA U15 Oceania Championships, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 2 to 8 December.

Aon New Zealand Under 15 Boys

Head Coach: Zico Cornell
Assistant Coach: Morgan Maskell 
Assistant Coach: Brent Matehaere
Manager:  TBC
Pinnacle Event in 2018: FIBA U15 Oceania Championships, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 2 to 8 December.

Aon New Zealand Under 17 Girls

Head Coach: Lori McDaniel 
Assistant coach: Aik Ho 
Assistant Coach: Gina Farmer.
Manager: Ushma Shah
Pinnacle Event in 2018: The FIBA Under 17 World Cup in Minsk, Belarus, 21-29 July.

Aon New Zealand Under 17 Boys

Head Coach: David Bublitz-Head 
Assistant Coach: Doug Courtney
Assistant Coach: Aaron Young 
Manager: Delwyn Whale 
Pinnacle Event in 2018: The FIBA U16 Asia Championships in Dalang, Guangdong Province, China. 26 March to 1 April 2018. Should the team qualify by being in the top four at this event, they will head to the FIBA U17 World Cup in Rosario, Santa Fe in Argentina, 30 June to 8 July.

Aon New Zealand Under 19 Women  (Junior Tall Ferns)

Head Coach:  Jody Cameron
Assistant Coach: Leeane Walker 
Assistant Coach: Tim Dennis
Manager: Justine Reed
Pinnacle Event in 2018: FIBA U18 Asia Championships, in Bengaluru, India. 28 October to 4 November.

Aon New Zealand Under 19 Men (Junior Tall Blacks)

Head Coach: Gavin Briggs
Assistant Coach: Leyton Haddelton 
Assistant Coach: Miles Pearce
Manager: Charles Maaka
Pinnacle Event in 2018: FIBA U18 Asia Championships, Bangkok, Thailand. 5 to 11 August.




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