FIBA Oceania officially announced the cancellation of the FIBA U15 Oceania Championships slated this December in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2020 Chemist Warehouse Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL) is pushing through as planned in the North Queensland hub this month, as announced by Basketball Australia in conjunction with the Queensland Government.
Picking up where it left off, Cook Islands launched a ground-breaking 3×3 event in a bid to continue developing its potent basketball program after a fantastic FIBA Polynesia Cup and Pacific Games showing.
The Marshall Islands Basketball Federation (MIBF) celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Ralik Ratak National Championships, continuing the tradition of the annual national basketball tournament of the country.
Solomons Islands’ Marist Basketball Club is helping promote the game of 3×3 in the country with their ‘Marist 3×3 after 5’ competition held at the Holy Cross Courts in Honiara.
Basketball Fiji wanted to celebrate the work they’ve been putting in this year to develop 3×3 in the country with their youth programs, so the Federation organised a tournament to put all their learnings together in the Suva 3×3 Tournament.
After a long hiatus from basketball competitions, Palau basketball returned with flying colours with the ongoing boys’ high school national competition, as a part of its ever-growing hoops grassroots program.