Competition Information


Waverley Basketball Senior Domestic Competition is conducted two seasons per year and runs from Sunday night to Thursday night in a range of grades and competitions.  We have Men's, Women's and Mixed basketball competitions available for senior teams.

Junior teams compromising of all players under the age of 18 will not be permitted into the senior competition, however players under the age of 16 are permitted to play in senior teams with permission from the competitions manager.  For more information on juniors playing in senior competitions, please contact the office 9807 9814.

Senior domestic competitions run from January to June (Autumn Season) and July to December (Spring Season).  These dates correlate with the Victorian School Calendar.  All games are played at the Waverley Basketball Stadium, Corner Batesford Road and Power Avenue, Chadstone and the Oakleigh Recreation Centre, 2A Park Road, Oakleigh.



SUNDAY                  Mixed and Under 23 Men

MONDAY                 Men

TUESDAY                Women

WEDNESDAY         Men

THURSDAY            Men and Over 35's Men


To enter an existing team, representatives will be provided a link from the competition manager to log into PlayHQ, register their team for the upcoming season, and make payment online.

To enter a new team, representatives must complete a paper based registration form with players names and submit with payment of entry and bond.  All WBA senior men's competitions are running at capacity, so there will only be space available in sections when an existing team withdraws.

Please ensure all members and guests attending are familiar with Basketball Victoria's 'CODE OF CONDUCT' for Players, Spectators, Administrators, Coaches and Parents.  All participants agree to the Terms & Conditions when registering online through PlayHQ.

Browse through the menues for IMPORTANT ENTRY INFORMATION, costs, and specific regulations that apply to WBA domestic competitions.  All teams must be familiar with WBA bylaws, rules and regulations.



The court plans for each nightly competition are available below and schedules are adjusted each season for fairness.  Games commence at 6:20pm, 7:20pm, 8:20pm, 9:20pm and 10:20pm at the Waverley Stadium and abbreviated on fixtures as WAV 1 - WAV 6 (Waverley Court 1 - 6).  Games played at the Oakleigh Recreation Centre commence at 6:40pm, 7:40pm, 8:40pm and 9:40pm and are abbreviated as ORC1 (Oakleigh Court 1) and ORC2 (Oakleigh Court 2).

Each team will be given approximately the same number of games in each timeslot, taking into account various requests which have been considered where possible.


Please familiarise yourself with the features and additional services our digital stadium has to offer.
Every court at Waverley Stadium has 'LIVESCORE' Touch Screen Scoring.  Game information is displayed on LCD Scoreboards with game sounds and warnings to enhance player experience.  The information is linked back to the website to view games live streaming, and instant ladders and results are updated.
All members can sign up to use the STATISTICS VAULT for free.  This provides easy access to player and team statistics, qualifications, averages, competition rankings, season and career information, and more!
All games are recorded via two high definition cameras mounted high above each court.  Visit WAVERLEY.TV for more informaiton.
If you are a player without a team, or a team looking for a player, our website now provides an easy link to help you out MYEMERGENCY



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