IN what is shaping to be one of the biggest seasons for the Shoalhaven Basketball Association in recent memory, they have unveiled all their coaches for the 2020 season.
As next season will coincide with the exciting opening of the Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre, there is a buzz around the black and golds going into next season - as shown with the Tigers having a record four senior Waratah League teams for 2020.
After a two-year hiatus, Kerrianne Allan has been named to return as the division one women's coach, while Ian Ozolins will lead the division one men for the fifth straight season.
Tigers stalwart Ben Morris will take over from Scott Balsar and coach the youth men's side, as Cath Wells-Hewitt has been appointed in charge of the youth women.
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While in the junior ranks, Noah McMillan and Kerry Davids will coach the under 12 boys and girls respectively, while Leighvi Dennison and Luke Royston are in charge of the under 14 boys.
Maddison Hanlon and Brayden Morris will look after the under 14 girls, as Greg Davids and Belinda Morris have been named to lead the under 16 boys.
Nick Bizjak and Josh Styles will look after the under 16 girls and under 18 boys respectively, with the SBA still on the lookout for an under 18 girls coach.
All the coaches will be mentored by the SBA's new director of coaching and Tigers life member Tom Pottenger.
Expressions of interest are now sought for assistant coaches.
If you're interested, send an email, outlining your experience or passion for basketball and what you will bring to the team, to email@example.com by Friday, September 13.