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The Waratah League is a semi-professional basketball league in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, Australia. The league comprises seven competitions, with its two professional divisions being the men's (CM) and women's (CW) Championship divisions. Below the CM and CW is: Division 1 Men, Division 1 Women, Division 1 Youth Men, Division 1 Youth Women, and Division 2 Youth Men. The Waratah League was previously a member of the Australian Basketball Association (ABA) from 2001 to 2008. In March 2021, Basketball New South Wales and the National Basketball League (NBL) announced a new partnership to bring NBL1 to New South Wales in 2022, with NBL1 replacing the Waratah League. The Waratah League will be officially renamed NBL1 East in 2022 and will become the east conference of NBL1.

Current teams



CM

* BA Centre of Excellence * Bankstown Bruins * Canberra Gunners * Central Coast Crusaders * Hills Hornets * Hornsby Spiders * Illawarra Hawks * Inner West Bulls * Maitland Mustangs * Manly Warringah Sea Eagles * Newcastle Hunters * Norths Bears * Penrith Panthers * Sutherland Sharks * Sydney Comets

CW

* BA Centre of Excellence * Bankstown Bruins * Canberra Nationals * Central Coast Crusaders * Hills Hornets * Illawarra Hawks * Inner West Bulls * Maitland Mustangs * Manly Warringah Sea Eagles * Newcastle Hunters * Norths Bears * Sutherland Sharks

List of Champions

Premier Division Waratah League Source
Waratah League History


References



External links


Waratah League official websiteBasketball New South Wales official website
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