BATHURST basketball players of all abilities are being encouraged to take part in an upcoming clinic being run at the Bathurst Indoor Sports Stadium by the Sydney Uni Flames.
Bathurst Goldminers answered the call when the Flames expressed their desire to visit associations over the school holidays and give kids exposure to high level coaching.
The clinic will be taking place this Wednesday from 10am to 12.30pm, open to kids aged nine to 16.
Flames head coach Katrina Hibbert and the Boag twins, Carly and Christina, will give Central West juniors an opportunity to learn from the best.
Goldminers committee member Amanda Matthews said the clinic is a chance for players of all skill levels to enhance their game.
"So far we have around 35 kids who have signed up for the clinic but we still have just under a week until it's on," she said.
"It's open to everybody up to 16-year-olds, which would be up to our bottom age under 18s players. However, it's open to everyone, not just our representative players."
With competitions coming up next month the clinic is a brilliant training opportunity.
"Everything was cancelled last year so it's good to have basketball coming up soon," Matthews said.
"We have our first round of Western Junior League in February. This clinic will be a great way to kick off our basketball season this year."
The cost for the clinic is $25 and the registration link can be found on the Bathurst Panthers Goldminers Basketball Facebook page.