Welcome to Winter 2023

Welcome back to the new Winter 2023 season, and a special welcome to all our new SEBC players and coaches.

Everyone at the Club is incredibly proud of the hard work and dedication from all our players and coaches last season, with our teams achieving some impressive results with 80 teams reaching the finals.

Grand Final week was another special few days, with 36 of our teams taking to the court. We saw some incredible matches, with a total of 16 premierships being won.

Winter 2023 Season

Fixtures for the grading period are now available on PlayHQ. As with previous seasons, teams may move during the upcoming rounds, so it is important that you continue to check your fixture each week.

Key Dates

Round 1

Girls U12 – U23: Wednesday, April 26
Boys Miniball – U23: Saturday, April 29
Girls Miniball – U10: Tuesday, May 2

Grand Final

From Tuesday, September 12

Team Sheet Fees

The weekly team sheet fee will increase by $3 per team for all competitions.

SEBC Turns 50

This year is a special one for the club, as we celebrate our 50th year. 

Over the past five decades, we have seen thousands of players take to the court representing SEBC, each leaving their own unique mark on the club’s history.  

In March we kicked off our celebrations with our life members, past players, coaches and some players of our first team celebrating the Club’s history

It’s an honour to be part of a club with such a rich history, and we look forward to continuing to build upon this in the years to come. 

New look Saints

To mark our 50th year, we have also given the Club a fresh new look.

Our new logo is a modern take on our classic ‘Saints’ design. Keeping the recognisable shape and style, we hope it will inspire our players and fans alike. It’s a symbol of the club’s enduring legacy and the exciting future that lies ahead. 

A new range SEBC merchandise, along with our plan to update our playing uniforms will be available shortly.

Code of conduct

With the beginning of a new season, we also would like to remind you of the Club’s code of conduct for players, parents and coaches.

We love that our fans are some of the loudest and most passionate, but we also ask you to please respect the refs, your coach, and our opposition. Our goal is to provide a fun and supportive environment for everyone involved with the Club to develop their skills.

If you witness anything at a match, please no not approach the other team – email your concerns to the Club directly at gosaints@sebcsaints.com.au.

Good luck for the new season, and go Saints.

Jason Taylor

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