2017 Winter Junior Grand Final day: How did your club fare?

This Saturday is the Hawthorn Basketball Association (HBA) 2017 Winter season Junior Domestic Grand Final day.

Where 166 teams from 13 clubs will compete for 83 division titles, on 12 courts across 5 different venues.

As teams, coaches, players, officials and parents prepare for the games, we thought we would ask the question:

How did your club fare?

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Teams in Junior Grand Finals

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Junior Teams at Club

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Atoms 11 40 28%
Breakers 31 83 37%
Cougars 18 58 31%
Falcons 5 16 31%
IC 13 50 26%
Kew East 6 37 16%
Maccabi 2 9 22%
Nightmares 13 17 76%
Richmond 6 29 21%
SCBC 9 35 26%
Shooters 5 28 18%
St. Annes 5 22 23%
Titans 34 134 25%
Independents 8 11 73%

All 13 clubs will be represented on Grand Final day, along with 8 independent (stand alone) teams.

Although Titans and Breakers will be heavily represented on Grand Final day, it is the Nightmares Basketball Club who have been punching well above their weight for the 2017 Winter season.

The Nightmares have a remarkable 13 teams playing in Grand Finals from just 17 registered teams, and what is even more impressive is the fact that 15 out of their 17 teams made finals, meaning that just two teams did not progress after the Semi-Finals last week, with one of those two teams beaten by a fellow Nightmares team.

Titans (23), Breakers (19) and IC (10) have the most boys teams, whilst Breakers (12), Titans (11) and Cougars (9) have the most girls teams competing on Grand Final day.

Falcons and Cougars both have a large number of female teams competing on Grand Final for the size of their clubs, demonstrating the strength of their girls programs.

The HBA wishes all coaches, players, and officials the best of luck for the 2017 Winter season Grand Finals.