Stay tuned for the next exciting sport specific version of the Daughters and Dads Active and Empowered program arriving in Term 3, 2021 - Daughters & Dads Basketball.

In May, Prof. Phil Morgan and project manager Ms Emma Pollock were thrilled to attend the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2022 celebration of the '500 days to go milestone' along with the NSW Office of Sport and champions of the game, Lauren Jackson and Katie-Rae Ebzery.

Here it was announced that the NSW Government will invest $1 Million into legacy initiatives over the next three years to support basketball development, female-specific participation programs, female leadership programs, indigenous participation programs as well as better access to play and participate in basketball for residents in regional and remote areas of New South Wales.

We are excited to report that Daughters & Dads Basketball has been named as one of the key NSW legacy program initiatives in collaboration with Basketball NSW and the NSW Office of Sport.

Read more about Daughters & Dads Basketball here and follow us on socials for the latest developments:

FACEBOOK: @DaughtersandDadsBasketball

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Twitter: @DaughterBBall


On right: Top: Katie-Rae Ebzery (Australian Opals team member) and Rachel Herrick (Basketball NSW) with Prof. Morgan and Emma Pollock.

Bottom: NSW Office of Sport Chief Executive, Karen Jones (left) and Kerry Turner (NSW Office of Sport - Her Sport Her Way project lead) with Prof. Morgan and Emma Pollock 

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