Knox Basketball are delighted to announce that three teams of girls from Worawa Aboriginal College will be playing under the Belgrave South Red Devils banner in Knox Basketball’s Junior Domestic Competition.

The girls teams will compete in the following grades:

  • U14 C Girls
  • U16 B Girls
  • U16 BR Girls

Worawa Aboriginal College provides a holistic education and boarding experience for young Aboriginal women in the middle years of schooling (Years 7-12) who come from Aboriginal communities in urban, regional and remote Australia.

Knox Basketball CEO Grant Harrison is thrilled to see the girls join the Knox Basketball family.

“It comes with much pride and excitement that we welcome the Worawa Indigenous Girls teams to Knox Basketball,” said Harrison.

“They will join our junior domestic competition this weekend and I know that the girls are all very excited to start playing.”

“I ask that all members make these young ladies feel warmly welcomed and that you get out there to watch them play and cheer them on from the sidelines.”

Suzi Porter, Teacher of Health & PE at Worawa Aboriginal College, can’t wait to see the girls hit the floor.

“Worawa Aboriginal College is excited to join Knox Basketball and compete in such a strong domestic competition,” said Porter.

“The students are eager to get started and will look to develop and improve their skills over the season.”

For more information on Worawa, you can head to the school’s website.