Nunawading Basketball News



NUNAWADING BASKETBALL | The Nunawading ‘Burwood One’ Spectres are excited to announce that emerging talent, Keeley Frawley has committed to the program ahead of the South East Australian Basketball League season.

Frawley suited in 9 games for the Spectres last season, having been elevated to the senior team following her Vic Metro commitments at the Australian Championships had concluded. The young guard was quick to apply her trademark rebounding pressure, averaging 4.3 rebounds in a tick over 10 minutes per contest.

“My goal has always been to play at senior level for Nunawading,” Frawley said. “To be a part of such a talented group this year, I’m just keen to work hard and utilise my strengths.”

Spectres Head Coach Paul Flynn has worked with Frawley over the past couple of years as part of the Vic Metro program and Nunawading’s youth league team.

“I’m really excited to continue working with Keeley as she progresses into senior ranks.”

“She’ll play a valuable role for us this year with her defensive tenacity and rebounding ability.”

“Keeley has dedicated considerable time over the past 18-24 months into developing her skillset ready to translate into playing senior level basketball. She’s gives our group a legitimate perimeter threat and exceptional court vision.”

Frawley adds to an impressive roster set to represent the Nunawading Spectres in the new look SEABL season, a team that aspiring young players involved in Nunawading Basketball’s Melbourne East Basketball Association (MEBA) and junior representative teams will enjoy watching.

The SEABL season is scheduled to tip off in early April, with more player announcements anticipated to be released soon.

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