MELBOURNE – Nunawading Spectres star Maddy Potts has this week been named as one of 27-athletes set to attend Basketball Australia’s National Performance Camp at the Centre of Excellence in Canberra.
Potts who currently represents Nunawading at both U18 VJBL and NBL1 South levels earned selection based on her performance within Basketball Victoria’s High Performance Pathway.
The National Performance Camp is an intensive 3-day camp (January 23-25) led by the Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence Women’s Head Coach David Herbert and is designed for identified young athletes with the opportunity to train with and against their peers from around the county.
“There is so much depth in basketball talent in Australia thanks to the work of the State and Territory associations and their respective performance programs. Australia is known globally for the consistent high level of talent that we produce, and we look forward to seeing our next generation of talent at the Centre of Excellence in January,” said Peter Lonergan, Director of HP Coach Development.