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23.08.2016 The Be Active Western Stars are the Women's National Wheelchair Basketball League Champions for 2016!

Be Active Western Stars Win Gold

Our very own Be Active Western Stars have taken out the WNWBL title for the 2nd time in their history after an incredibly dominant year. With Japanese import Chihiro Kitada in the squad, the team became free to play a more attacking style with another shooting option available. Playmaker Georgia Inglis recorded an incredible average of […]

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29.07.2016 Stars Web

Be Active Western Stars Flying High

Rd. 2 Review – The Be Active Western Stars and Sydney Metro Blues gained some separation in the top two positions on the ladder after successful weekends in Round 2 of the 2016 WNWBL season. The Stars repeated their heroics from Round 1, continuing their unbeaten run with four straight victories. Leading by just five […]

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01.07.2016 Stars Web

Be Active Western Stars Rise to the Top

The Be Active Western Stars have made a fantastic start to their 2016 Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball League campaign, winning 4 from 4 in the opening Cluster Round. The team’s first game of the season saw a tough first fixture, with a replay of the 2015 Grand Final, facing off against the Kilsyth Cobras. The […]

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27.05.2016 Stars Web

Be Active Western Stars Look to WNWBL 2016

2016 Season Draw Announced – Basketball Australia The draw for the 2016 WNWBL season has been released, with just over three weeks remaining until Round 1. In the 16th year of the competition, the season will kick off in Darlington, NSW on Friday June 17 with ten games to be played across three days at […]

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25.02.2016 Australian Glider Amber at the Osaka 2016 Wheelchair Basketball Championships

Australian Gliders Win Bronze Medal at 2016 Osaka Cup

Be Active Western Stars – Amber Merritt and Natalie Alexander made the trip to Japan as part of the Australian Gliders National Team for the 2016 Osaka Cup. Tournament Report – A relatively inexperienced Australian Gliders team has finished in third place at the 2016 Osaka Cup, defeating Japan in the bronze-medal playoff game.  The Gliders […]

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