Several of Bendigo Basketball's junior players have been chosen to attend the 2021 Gold Nugget Camp.
In total 16 junior players from Bendigo will be in action at the camp scheduled to be held in November, with all of them looking to showcase their talent as the best will be chosen for the 2022 Country Metro Challenge.
Basketball Victoria high performance and pathway general manager Grant Wallace said the camp provided the fundamental skills that would set the basis for future success on the court.
"These camps form the foundation of future success at the Victorian and Australian level with plenty of Australian representatives such as Matthew Dellavedova and Tessa Lavey attending the camp to start their elite basketball careers," he said.
"We're excited to get our Country stars back on court with the Gold Nugget Camp and help them reach for their biggest basketball ambitions."
In total 252 girls and boys have been chosen to attend the camp scheduled to be held at the Bendigo Stadium on November 13-14.
Girls: Lexie Fennell, Mia Harvey, Eve Kalms, Mia Morris, Lacey Nihill, Isabella O'Toole, Heidi Plim, Jaida Raco, Lily Siu and Mekenzie Wood.
Boys: Ryan Brown, Jaxon Caruana, Max Connick, Cooper Cunnington, Nicholas Harvey and William Petersen.
All current dates are subject to restrictions across Victoria being eased by 8 November. Full venue and COVID protocols will be provided before the start of the camp.
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