During the first three weeks of the season teams were able to make fixes to their rosters at game time. Now that the alignment period has finished for U10, U12 and U14 coaches in these divisions are no longer permitted to add players at game time. All coaches should carefully review their rosters, if there are players missing contact your clubs immediately!


2017/18 Season Information

Dates of Play
These have been updated on the website, there are a couple changes this season. During the second lst weekend of play the U10 group will not play both Saturday and Sunday, they will play on the Saturday only. They will play their last game the following Saturday. BNS has moved their Jamboree for this age group back a week as well.

CLICK HERE for 2017/18 Dates of Play

Team Fees
There will be no change in team fees for this coming season. Fees will remain at $1495 per team.

Rule Changes
The following was voted on and passed at the AGM. The following will be added to the rules for U10 this coming season:
12.14     No Screening – Screening of any kind is NOT permitted (including ball screens, area screens, and dribble weaves/handoffs). If there is a screen set, legal or not, and there is contact it will be called a foul. If there is a screen set, legal or not, and there is no contact it will be a turnover.

Association Contact Information
If you are no longer the contact person for your association could you please pass along the new persons contact info so I can update my list.

What's new

Minor Basketball Group Ticket Deal - World Cup Qualifying Game Nov 24 in Halifax

The Canadian men’s national basketball team is coming to Halifax on November 24th  and there is a Minor Basketball Team ticket deal.
Canada will play the Bahamas in a FIBA World Cup qualifier, Game 1 on the Road to China 2019!  That game will start at 8pm but prior to that at 6pm, the  Acadia Axemen will host the St.FX X-men in an AUS regular season game.

Footware Policy

I wanted to remind all groups of the HRSB Indoor Footwear Policy. This is especially important now that winter is here and the roads and sidewalks are often covered in salt and gravel.