Hall of Fame Inductee
Steve Langley started playing basketball at Salisbury State High School, and together with others from the school, joined North-West Districts basketball club where one of his early coaches was Pat McCarthy.
When Steve graduated to the North West’s senior playing ranks he immediately was selected to represent Metropolitan Zone in the 1970 senior state championships. Steve continued to represent Metropolitan zone at the senior state championships in the early and mid seventies, before moving to Mackay and representing North Queensland.
Steve regularly featured at the Australian club championships and in 1975 he represented Brisbane at the National Invitation Tournament held in Sydney.
Steve’s exceptional performances at Queensland state championships resulted in his selection to represent Queensland at eight senior men’s Australian championships, making him the most capped Queensland male player at a Senior Championship.
In 1980 Steve returned to Brisbane and immediately was recruited into the North-West Districts AAABL team, and the Brisbane Bullets in the NBL in 1980 and 1982.
Steve’s playing career encompassed all levels of our game in Queensland from his junior years with North-West Districts, to state and national championships, and the NBL. Steve Langley is a most worthy inductee to the Queensland Basketball Hall of Fame.