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Razorbacks Learn to Play is back for Term 2 2023. 

To join, simply signup to GameDay to purchase )or renew) your Annual BNSW membership and pay the $80 Term 2 Development fees. There is nothing else to pay for the term.

Learn to Play is targeted for ages 8 and above.

Learn to Play is held each Friday at 5pm at the Wollondilly Leisure Centre.

Friday Night



Our Friday Night Social Comp continues to get bigger and better every term. 

Our games are split into competitions based on age and general skill level. Boys and Girls from 10 to 17 are welcome to participate.

Competitions commence the first week of school term and run for the length of the term.

Anyone wishing to join after week 2 of the commencement of the season will go on a wait list.

Reversible Jerseys are available to purchase via our online store or on the night.

Play costs $80 a term + Annual NSW Basketball Registration Fee.

To pay your fees, select the "Play Ball" section on the websites menu.

Click Here for Fixture and Results Information



Razorbacks participates in the Barrengarry League in both Boys and Girls competitions ranging from U12's to U18's.

The Barrangarry League is a great opportunity for Wollondilly athletes to get experience playing athletes from other regions.

In 2023, the Razorbacks will participate in Southern Junior League. This will be a first for the Razorbacks, providing athletes with the opportunity to play in a more competitive league.

Registration and Costs for Barrangarry and SJL can be found on GameDay. Click Here. 




The Razorbacks have had a number of athletes successfully make the South West Sydney Academy of Sport. 

The South West Sydney Academy of Sport is a great way for skilled athletes to continue to advance their game and gain great experiences playing with some of the best athletes in the region.

Coaches will speak with suitable athletes regarding the Academy trials.

Find out more information at



We encourage athletes to learn to referee. It's a skill that helps them better understand the game of basketball, and it also helps teach the right behaviours towards referees.

Referee's can be of any age or gender, they just have to complete the entry level course.

Referee's have the opportunity to referee games on a Friday night to continue to improve their skills. Best of all, referees are paid for each game they referee!

Talk to the organisers of the Friday Night Social Competition for more information on how to become a referee.




Without our volunteers, our association wouldn't exist. We thank all of our volunteers for the time they invest in the constant improvement of our association and athletes.

There are a number of ways you can get involved. As a player you will have opportunities to participate in fundraising events, promotion events such as school fetes, and as we experienced in 2022, the opportunity to escort the USA and Canadian teams in the FIBA Women's World Cup. 


As a parent, carer, or friend, we welcome you to become a coach or manager, whether it be for our Friday night teams or our Representative teams. Managers need no experience. 

Friday nights always require parents, carers, or friends to assist with substitutions and the bench scoreboard. The competition will continue to get better with more of your involvement.

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