The Queensland Basketball Hall of Fame (QBHF) was inaugurated in 2014 to recognise and honour the exceptional performances, achievements and contributions by individuals to the sport of basketball. Inductees are selected by the Honors and Awards Committee (HAC) and reflect the rich history of our Queensland basketball community.
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The Queensland Basketball Hall of Fame (QBHF) began in 2014 to recognise and honour the exceptional performances, achievements and contributions by individuals to the sport of basketball. Inductees are selected by the Honors and Awards Committee (HAC) and reflect the rich history of our Queensland basketball community.
We Ball Together As the peak governing body for basketball in Queensland, BQ is committed to delivering outstanding competitions, development programs and high-level governance for more than 40,000 basketball players, coaches, officials and administrators.
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Chief Executive Officer: Graham Burns The Arena, The Sleeman Sports Complex Cnr Old Cleveland & Tilley Rd Chandler QLD 4155. Telephone: (07) 3377 9100 Fascimile: (07) 3823 5655
Who We Are BQ Staff Contact Us Life Members QB Hall of Fame Club Spot Insurance BQ Associations Events Careers Forms & Policies 2021 CBSQ Jnr Secondary Results The 2nd annual CBSQ Junior Secondary tournament saw over 160 teams from across the state compete in an expanded 12 division tournament this year on the Gold Coast from the 14-17 of October.
Shelley Gorman. Player - 2010. Known to many simply as ‘Gorms’, Shelley Gorman was one of the toughest and fittest players ever to wear an Australian uniform. Over 15 years and 306 games, Gorman achieved some significant milestones. Selected to play at the 1988 Olympics at the age of eighteen, the following year Shelley was the Co-Captain ...
The Legend Award is the ultimate award in the Hall of Fame and can be made only to persons who have previously been inducted into it at the 2004, 2006 and 2007 dinners. Sengstock said the dinner was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the recent and past achievements of Australian basketball.
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In addition to her induction, Jackson was named the Australian International Player of the Year five times (1999, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2008), the AIS’ ‘Best of the Best’ in 2005, had the Albury Sports Stadium renamed in her honour, was inducted into the Basketball NSW Hall of Fame in 2011 and was appointed an Officer of the Order of ...
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