The Saints Basketball Club is a non-profit organisation run by a committee of volunteers. Operation of the program is dependent upon the availability of willing volunteers to plan, organise and administer this program.

The Saints have boys and girls teams competing in all age groups from 7 years of age through to 20...


Come and join a local, friendly, family-orientated club where you'll really feel a part of our teams environment.
Oakleigh Raptors was formed in the Summer season of 2011 and started off with 4 teams from Oakleigh South Primary School. Our club has steadily grown in size and success but still retains a small club feel. We have approximately 23 teams currently, including an over 35's men's team. We also offer a development program which is run by our coaching director, Nic Laycock from McKinnon Cougars.
Our teams train at South Oakleigh Secondary College and at St Andrews Catholic School in Clarinda with our players joining us from a wide variety of local and not-so-local schools. Jamie Weller has recently taken over as president of Raptors. He brings a wealth of basketball knowledge and expertise to Raptors.
The Brighton Wolves Basketball Club Inc. was established in the late 1990’s by the McKinnon Basketball Association (MBA) in order to take advantage of children wanting to play basketball in the Brighton and Bayside surrounding areas. Today the not-for-profit Club is run by an independent elected board and aims to offer a safe friendly environment for children to learn, develop and play basketball. The Wolves offer basketball to girls and boys from school age – Under 9’s right through to adults in the Over 35’s Competition. The Brighton Wolves want to be known as the family club.
The Brighton Wolves play in the McKinnon Basketball Association (MBA). The Brighton Wolves are currently the 3rd largest club in the MBA with over 560 players currently registered and spread across 66 teams and growing. Training venues are located in and around the Bayside area and include Brighton Sec College, Elsternwick PS, Brighton PS, Bentleigh Sec College & GESAC.
The Ormond JETS Basketball Club was founded in September 2009 by Melinda and Peter Wilkins with the assistance of a group of close friends and parents from Caulfield South Primary School.
We started with 6 teams in the 2009/10 Summer Season; however that became 12 teams overnight when Garden State Warriors left the McKinnon Basketball Association. Our motto of "FRIENDSHIP and FUN are #1" was decided in a competition of our junior members held to express what we were about as a club. We have grown rapidly and now have over 90 teams. Our catchment area includes Caulfield South, Gardenvale, Bentleigh West, Ormond, Caulfield and Ripponlea. We train at Bentleigh West Primary and Glen Eira College as well as MBA provided venues.
Moorabbin Magic Basketball Club Inc is a family orientated, local, not for profit basketball Club. Incorporated in 1996, it is one of the member clubs of The McKinnon Basketball Association.

We welcome any new player to our Club and will endeavour, to the best of our abilities, to give a great experience to each player and to teach the fundamentals of the game of basketball. Our goal is participation and enjoyment.
Moorabbin Magic is a not for profit Club with a voluntary committee and teams of volunteers who coach, manage and administer the Club.

Please contact the Club Secretary for more information.
The St. Finbars Scalpers Basketball Club aims to promote the game of basketball within the local community, and encourage participation in the playing of Basketball. We seek to create an environment that promotes enjoyment, good sportsmanship, and friendship groups for children of all abilities.
The St. Finbars Scalpers Club generally establish teams through friendship groups and / or through class groups within the St. Finbars Catholic Primary School community, however this is not a team pre-requisite, and we have many teams whom have combined from all walks of life, and parts of the community.
The St. Finbars Scalpers Club was founded in 1991. Throughout the years the Scalpers have grown organically to now provide a basketball home to in excess of twenty-five passionate and enthusiastic teams. The club have Boys and Girls participating in Development Programs, and competitive programs within age groups from U9's through to Open Age.
We are a recently appointed affiliate member of the McKinnon Basketball Association, and are proud to be an integral partner of McKinnon who are a strong influence within both the Local and Basketball Communities.
We are fortunate enough to have the use of some state of the art training facilities, at St. Finbars Primary, as well as at Brighton Grammar & St. James Catholic Primary.
We pride ourselves on creating a culture of fun, friendship and competitiveness, through the vehicle of Basketball.
Bentleigh Lakers basketball club is a local community club, established 20 years ago to promote basketball within local schools.

Lakers aim is to ensure every athlete enjoys, learns and creates friendships whilst playing basketball; to this end we have a dedicated team of age group coordinators who select and grade teams.

We’re a big club with around 100 teams so whether you wish to play basketball at a high level or for fun, fitness and friendship there is a perfect fit for you at Lakers.
South East Warriors are the newest club playing within the McKinnon Basketball Association. Beginning in the winter 2017 season, the Warriors currently have 17 boys and girls teams playing in a range of age groups and divisions.

The South East Warriors are run by a group of dedicated parent volunteers who all have children playing within the club. The Warriors employ an experienced Basketball Coordinator who has played and coached at a high level and works with coaches and players to ensure that the highest quality training is provided to all members.
The Carnegie Basketball Club was formed in 2018. A local community club, the Carnegie Chargers provides a culture of enjoyment and excellence, underpinned by the principles of inclusion, fairness and diversity for players of ALL skills and abilities to participate and enjoy the game of basketball.
The club is also committed to providing children with a supportive environment that promotes positive social and community responsibilities including respect, fair and disciplined play and good sporting behavioural practices.
If you are interested in joining the Carnegie Basketball Club, please contact as below:
Jodie Curwood President -