Australian Basketball History – Greg Peck the 4th interview in the series


Former Melbourne East Demons and state player, Victorian Championship winner 1968/69. President South Adelaide Basketball Club 10 years. Life member – SABA, Basketball SA and Adelaide 36ers, 36ers board member 14 years. Inducted Nunawading Hall of Fame 2015. Committee member.


Australian Basketball History - Jack Gibson the 3rd interview in the series


Jack Gibson has made a remarkable contribution to basketball in Australia over the past 70 years.  From his debut on asphalt courts in basketball’s formative years in Melbourne to one of the longest A-grade careers on record and countless tournament performances at the Australian, Pan Pacs and World Masters Games, Jack Gibson is a legend of the game.

Please watch his interview here:



Uniform Numbers Required for Reconciliation

Dear Members


With Upcoming tournaments, we have several new members joining and require numbers allocated.


Please provide your Existing Reversible Myths and Legends Singlet Number.


We can then adjust our database accordingly and allocate new numbers to minimise the chance of duplication.


We would appreicate your timely response.


New Over 30's Women's Competition - Tuesday Nights - Nunawading Basketball

Nunawading Basketball are starting an over 30's Women competition on a Tuesday night.

There are currently 3 teams registered and are looking for another team or individuals wanting to play to kick off this comp.

Nunawading recently started an over 50's men's competition on a Thursday night and has a large representation of Myths and Legends players and has been very successful and continues to grow.

Any enquiries can be directed to 

Andrew Cav – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Australian Basketball History - Robbo Bennetts the second interview in the series


The second in the series is Robbo Bennetts, please watch his interview here:


Robbo first touched a basketball at the age of 37 while studying PE degree.


He played Open Age A grade until the age of 63.


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