Our Values

Our Vision is...

We will provide a community-based basketball environment, which is the association of choice that encourages all participants to achieve their best.

Our Mission is...

Develop our People and Culture through capable, cooperative and collaborative leadership and direction.

Our Values are to be...


Treat all with dignity.


Treat all without fear or favour.


Genuine, direct and ethical communication.


All are welcome.


Work with others to achieve common goals.


Open and accountable decision making.


The Sunbury Basketball Association (“SBA”) was formed in the 1974 to cater for a need for a structured basketball organisation. In the early days, competitions were held at the Army facility in Diggers Rest before moving to Clarke Oval Reserve Stadium followed by a move to Boardman Stadium in the late 1980’s when there were only 2 courts which has subsequently grown to the current 4 courts. 

Over the past 40 years, the SBA has established itself as a community-based sporting organisation where families can participate at all age and skill levels.

In addition to the SBA’s focus on providing everyone the opportunity to participate, we have a strong history of representative basketball. This is where our best players come together under the Sunbury Jets banner to compete in both junior and senior state-wide competitions. Our junior teams play in VJBL and Regional North West competitions across metropolitan Melbourne, and our history is dotted with teams that have won or contended for state championships. 

Our senior teams compete in BigV, which sees them pit their skills against the best metropolitan and country teams in Victoria. Our senior men and women programs have been successful over the last 15 years, with multiple playoff appearances. The senior men tasted the ultimate success in 1999, 2008 and 2009; the senior women were runner up in 1998 and 2009; and, the youth league men were runner up in 2009.

As part of the SBA’s emphasis on development pathways, it entered youth league men in 2007 and youth league women in 2011. 

Two new courts, including a Showcourt with 350 seat capacity, were opened in January 2013. Taking Boardman Stadium to a total of 6 courts. Combined with our commitment to developing our people and culture, the SBA is confident of sustaining growth in participation, and improving the recreational experience of our participants.

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