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2017 NLBA Summer Hoops Camp

The NLBA is now accepting registrations for the 2017 NLBA Summer Hoops Camps. These camps are open to children in grades 4 to 7.

Boys' Camp - August 7th - 11th
Girls' Camp - August 14th - 18th

Basketball Camps are for Athletes entering grades 4 through 7

Cost: $200.00 (taxes included)
Registration deadline: July 31, 2017 or the first 60 participants (Per Camp, First Come first served). No registration without FORM and REGISTRATION FEE.
Registration form: Camp Registration Form
Camp Site: Newfoundland and Labrador Sports Centre (NLSC) 100 Crosbie Road, St. John's

Payment: Can be made throug the NLBA PayPal account @ NLBA PayPal Account or by sending a cheque made out to the NLBA to the address below.

Please complete the accompanying registration form, and attach a cheque made payable to: NLBA

Mail Registration forms to:
1296A Kenmount Road, Paradise, NL A1L 1N3 For further information, please contact: Judy Byrne @ the NLBA office-709-576-3392 Fax: 709-576-8787 Applications can be emailed to Laura Chatman @
Camp Registration Form

NL Wheelchair Basketball Development Camp

Wheelchair Sports NL is very excited to announce our upcoming Wheelchair Basketball Development Camp from May 25-28 at the Powerplex in St. John's, NL. This camp is open to all players of all abilities (including able-bodied players). As we move toward developing a team for the 2019 Canada Games, Wheelchair Sports NL will be holding these development camps to help develop the game locally, and at the same time identify potential athletes for the 2019 Games.

Along with our partner for this camp - Wheelchair Basketball Canada (WBC) - we are delighted that camp athletes will receive several days of excellent instruction from WBC guest coaches - Mike Frogley (National Academy Director) and Ross Norton (Head Coach, Women's U25 National Team).

This is an excellent opportunity for those who are new to the game of wheelchair basketball, as well as those who have been playing for some time. If you are a current stand-up basketball player and want to challenge yourself to a new variation of the game you love, then you need to come out and give this game a try! We would love to see lots of participants come out for this camp, so please spread the word! See attached poster for more information.

North Pole Hoops Showcase

If you have any questions please contact: Tariq Sbiet

NLBA Healthy Eating Policy

The NLBA recognizes the importance of healthy eating and the overall benefits of this practice. In support of Healthy Students Healthy Schools and the Provincial School Food Guidelines, NLBA has implemented a new Healthy Eating Policy for NLBA events where food and beverages will be served. The Healthy Eating Policy ensures that healthy options are provided to participants attending these events.

Effective October 2105, all NLBA event hosts will be asked to comply with the Healthy Eating Policy. Please refer to Provincial School Food Guidelines for planning your meals and snacks: Additional support is available from the Eat Great and Participate Coordinator at 709-729-4432 or from your local Regional Nutritionist.

For additional information, please refer to the Heatlthy Eating Policy.

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