Regional Academies of Sport Incorporated (RASi) is a unique
body representing the 11 Regional Academies of Sport
that operate across New South Wales.

Sunday Sees Big Baskets from Basketballers

AFTER a huge weekend filled with both a girls and boys round robin tournament at the ClubsNSW Academy Games, one academy has ended the competition on top of the ladder.

With the Scholastic Sports Centre holding today’s semi-finals and finals events, nerves and excitement ran high.

In the boys tournament, Hunter Academy of Sport (HAS) and the North Coast Academy of Sport (NCAS) battled it out for first and second place. It was a close match, and both teams displayed incredible talent, with some absolutely mind-blowing skills demonstrated on the court.

However, NCAS managed to continue their undefeated reign over the weekend, closing out HAS with a third point lead.

At the end of the day, the boys results were as follows:

1st - NCAS
2nd - HAS
3rd - CCAS

In the girls tournament, again the North Coast Academy of Sport (NCAS) and Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) battled it out for first and second position.

It was a hotly contested game, however, NCAS again showed no signs of slowing down, with both teams putting on an awesome spectacle of skills and talent.

Eventually NCAS pulled away, defeating WRAS, 65 points to 40.

At the end of the match, the standings were as follows:

1st - NCAS
2nd - WRAS
3rd - CCAS

A huge congratulations to all the academy athletes who brought everything to the court and left nothing in the tank. 

The Central Coast Academy of Sport on behalf of the Regional Academy of Sport (RASi) network would like to thank and acknowledge the support received from the following organisations:

ClubsNSW (Principal Partner), NSW Government through the Office of Sport, Gosford City Council, Wyong Shire Council, NBN Television (Media), Southern Cross Austereo (101.3 Sea FM and 107.7 2GO), Central Coast Tourism.