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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE HIVE

HORNETS TAKE MELBOURNE

HORNETS TAKE MELBOURNE Over the June long weekend, our Hornets representative teams headed down [...]

PINK ROUND WRAP-UP

HILLS HORNETS PINK ROUND SUPPORTING BREAST CANCER NETWORK AUSTRALIA From Monday 29 April [...]

SUMMER 2023/24 RESULTS

RESULTS  SUMMER 23/24  Hills Basketball Association would like to congratulate all of our [...]

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MEET LUCY | MENTAL HEALTH ROUND

This week in the HIVE is Mental Health Round and we want everyone to be having the conversations that matter. Lucy Corke plays in both our Youth League Women and NBL1 Women`s teams. At 18 years old, Lucy had the strength of character to put her hand up to be a part of this campaign, stating "I just think this is really important!". Lucy is a great friend and leader, but anyone can have a conversation that makes a difference.

You can purchase orange socks, with all profits going to lifeline, or simply donate at the front desk. Reduce the stigma and get talking.

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MEET RACHEL | MENTAL HEALTH ROUND

This week is Mental Health Round in the HIVEand we want everyone to be having the conversations that matter. Rachel McLimore is a member of our NBL1 Women`s team, having left her home in Zionsville, Indiana to be a part of our community. Rachel is an incredible player and even better human - choosing to speak up and help to raise awareness for a subject that often isn`t talked about.

You can purchase orange socks, with all profits going to lifeline, or simply donate at the front desk. Let`s make a real difference and have conversations.

www.hillshornets.com.au/hornets/nbl1
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MENTAL HEALTH ROUND | DOUBLE HEADER

We have a double header in the HIVE this weekend and we`d love to see you there!

On Saturday, we take on the Albury Bandits - welcoming Shawn Montague back into the HIVE. Next, we`re backing it up on Sunday against Bankstown Bruins.

The double header coincides with our annual Mental Health Round in collaboration with Lifeline. We want this week to be an opportunity for you to check in with someone and make a difference, raise awareness and raise money for a cause that impacts every one of our lives.

Orange Socks are available to purchase at the Hills Basketball Stadium reception, with all profits going to lifeline. Alternatively, you can donate directly through the website.

BUY TICKETS: www.hillshornets.com.au/hornets/nbl1
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HORNETS IN THE HOLIDAYS | WHAT’S ON

Winter is upon us and the school holidays are just around the corner! We’ve got something for everyone in the HIVE this July! Spots are selling fast so get in quick to be a part of the action.

HORNETS ACADEMY CAMPS | 2-DAY & 1-DAY OPTIONS | 5 – 16 YEAR OLDS
HORNETS ACADEMY CAMP | GIRLS ONLY | THU 18 & FRI 19 JULY
HDP CAMP | WED 10 JULY | U9 - U18 YEARS
ALL ABILITIES | TUE 9 & 16 JULY | 5 - 16 YEAR OLDS
3X3 TOURNAMENT | WED 17 JULY (JUNIORS)
COURT BOOKING | CASTLE HILL & KELLYVILLE
NBL1 HOME GAME | SATURDAY 13 JULY

🔗: https://hillshornets.com.au/train/holiday-programs/
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WEEKEND WRAP-UP | NBL1 & SENIOR LEAGUE​

It has been a HUGE weekend for our Hills Hornets teams, filled with some great wins and great times!

Saturday brought the HIVE alive with the celebration of our Officials Round. The Youth League Men 1 took on the Camden Valley Wildfire, where our youngest players took the lead to secure the win. Our Youth League Women 1 had a decisive win over the Sutherland Sharks, where Ella Leasuasu top-scored with 16 points. The trio of 3 point shooters didn`t dissapoint, with Ella Gale, Lucy Corke and Chelsea Hudson all finishing the game with 11 points. Our Waratah Men had an insane 52 point win against Wagga Wagga to start their big weekend of basketball. Meanwhile, our Waratah Wheelchair team played their second tournament round, remaining undefeated.

Our NBL1 Women then took on the Sutherland Sharks, who have no shortage of talent, including Opals player Lauren Nicholson. Despite an incredible effort from our girls, keeping the game for majority of the game, the Sharks took home the win. Special shoutout to Meg Jefferson for an incredible game, finishing with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 1 block. Meanwhile, our NBL1 Men were in control throughout, earning the win as a team. Chris Bryant top scored with 27 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals, yet the young up and comers in Saxon Orsini and Mitch Smith showed they`ve got what it takes, earning 15 points each.

On Sunday, both our Youth Men and Women 2 took on Springwood and had incredible wins. For our Youth Women 2, this extends their undefeated run to 7 games. Meanwhile, our Waratah Men backed it up against Moss Vale Magic in a very physical match-up. Kyron Ili had an impressive 22 points against the Magic, currently 2nd on the ladder, in a great win.

We can`t wait to see you back in the HIVE next weekend for our Double Header Mental Health Round.
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RESPECT THE GAME | MEET MITCH SMITH

Respect the Game is an initiative to promote positive attitudes between players, coaches, referees, spectators and staff. Each role has a unique perspective and love the game for their own reasons. During our officials round, we acknowledge that the game doesn’t exist without those that support it.

Meet Mitch Smith, a current player in our NBL1 Men, a referee supervisor and wonderful member of our Hills Hornets community. As a player, Mitch has had many achievements, graduating from our Junior Representative program and now travelling the world with his university team. Originally, Mitch started refereeing as a way to earn extra cash, with his father and sister both officiating in the HIVE as well. However, Mitch has said that of all the roles he has taken on, the role of referee has by far been the hardest. Now, as a referee supervisor, Mitch deals with the challenges that officials can face and aims to help younger referees learn, grow and develop.

www.hillshornets.com.au/respect-the-game
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