Play Seniors

The Ginninderra Rats Basketball Club has a proud history of competing in Basketball ACT’s premier men’s and women’s competitions. We aim to provide quality coaching, quality training and a quality experience to help all senior players achieve their potential. But we know that at the end of the day, it should be enjoyable and about participation.

REGISTER

Regardless of your level, if you want to play ball or keep playing, we want to help you do this!

Details of trials for Premier teams will be promoted on Latest News, direct emails to existing players and through our Facebook page.

If you are interested in playing with us in Basketball ACT premier competitions or social grades please contact our senior registrar via email:

Refunds will not be provided unless there are extenuating circumstances (e.g. a medical issue or season ending injury) – no more than 50% of the total fee paid is refundable (plus an administration fee). All refunds will be at the discretion of the Ginninderra Rats Committee.

All refund requests should be directed to the Club Treasurer at treasurer@ginninderrarats.com.au.

TRAINING

Ginninderra Rats Premier teams currently train at Brindabella Christian College in Lyneham (women) and University of Canberra (men). Training is Monday night.

All players are required to bring their own basketball and drink bottle.

Senior social grades do not typically train however access to training facilities can be discussed on a per team basis (subject to access availability).

GAMES

For all fixtures please refer to the Basketball ACT website

CODE OF CONDUCT

The Ginninderra Rats Basketball Club members are good sports across all our programs.

We are honest, fair and respectful to teammates, referees, fans and members of other clubs.

At all times we abide by the Basketball ACT Code of Conduct.

Our senior players are role models within our club and we encourage senior players to support and engage with our junior program (and vice versa).

As participants in the Rats senior program we:

• Abide by the rules of the sport.
• Be a good sport.
• Be a strong team member.
• Treat all players, coaches, managers, parents, referees and officials with respect.
• Intolerance, rudeness and bullying are not acceptable.
• Participate for your own enjoyment.
• Don’t argue with referees or officials.

You may ask your captain, coach or manager to approach the referee or official during a break or after the competition.