Regional Victoria will host 15 WNBL matches during January as part of a women's basketball showcase.
In addition to the Spirit games already scheduled at the Bendigo Stadium, both Ballarat and Gippsland have been added to the fixture.
Several games will be contested at Ballarat's Sellkirk Stadium while Traralgon will host a double-header at the Gippsland Regional Indoor Sports Stadium.
As part of the showcase, Perth Lynx will call Ballarat home for the month which will also see the Spirit travel across the goldfields for a clash on Saturday January 29.
Korweinguboora-raised Abbey Wehrung, who plays for Adelaide Lightning, will have a chance to play in front of her home crowd at Ballarat on Wednesday January 19 when they take on the Melbourne Boomers.
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Basketball Australia's head of women in basketball Lauren Jackson said the summer showcase gave young girls the opportunity to see the world's best players in action.
"I grew up in a regional centre not unlike Ballarat, I always say that you can't be what you can't see so the opportunity for young girls to be able to watch these players and one day play in the WNBL is fantastic," she said.
The festival commences January 8th and will run through until the 29th.
There's also been one change to the fixture due to the Australian Opals commitment to compete at a qualification event for the the FIBA 2022 Women's Basketball World Cup.
The round 10 clash between Canberra and Sydney has now been moved to January 5 as part of round six.
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