Monthly Archives: August 2014

Breakers Development trials concluded

Thirty young athletes will have to wait a few days before finding out which of them will be selected for Sky City Breakers Development players places for the 2014/15 season.

Over 50 players applied to participate in the trial from which 30 were invited to attend the two-day work out at the Breakers training facility in Mairangi Bay. Five or six of the thirty will be invited to make up the ‘D’ squad when team training gets underway in September. Continue reading

Breakers Development Trials Part 3

Teams for scrimmage games on Sunday – Duane Bailey, Jack Salt and Reuben Te Rangi added to the trial group.

Coach Fitchett

Alexander, Gerrand, Tolovae, Rusbatch, Stent, Haku, Payne and Bailey

Coach Larsen

Jones, Letoa, Witteveen, Woodbridge, Ngatai, Brooks, Freeman, Salt

Coach Haddleton

Lacey, Albertsen, Rodger, Anderson, Colenutt, Vaiangina, Barrow, Te Rangi.

Coach Tait

Ili, McCullough, Raukawa, Burton, McQueen, King-Hawea, Alok, Wetzell

Breakers Academy Trials Part 2

There are a total of 16 players that have played in the NBL this season attending trials for the Breakers Development player places for the 2014/15 ANBL season. Continue reading

Breakers Academy Trials Part 1

The Sky City Breakers are about to announce 30 players who will trial for Development player spots for the 2014/15 ANBL season. The trials will take place at Atlas Place this coming Saturday and Sunday. Continue reading

Harbour Breeze secure WBC title

The 2014 WBC Grand Final featured North Harbour Breeze and Waikato Wizards. The Wizards were backing up after a hard fought semi-final victory over competition favourites ACM Hawks, the Breeze a more straightforward success against Waitakere Rangers. Continue reading

Harbour Breeze meet Waikato Wizards in WBC Final

Waikato Wizards forward Miriam Stevens knocked down a couple of free throws to draw first blood in the first WBC Championship semi-final against Auckland Counties Manukau Lady Hawks.

 The Wizards held a slender 19- 15 lead at the end of the first quarter. Continue reading