Hall of Fame Inductee
For more than thirty years Trevor Dallas' basketball journey has encompassed playing, coaching, refereeing, and working as an administrator, cementing himself into the fabric of Queensland basketball.
Trevor was one of those rare people who continued to play senior representative basketball while also refereeing at the highest levels, earning his State referee badge in 1972, his Australian referee badge in 1974 and this international FIBA badge in 1978.
His incredible referee career saw Trevor represent Queensland as a referee at Australian championships every year between 1972 and 1991, only missing two years due to injury.He refereed in the NBL from the inception of the league until 1991, refereeing a total of 102 N.B.L games.
He was an outstanding referee coach and for more than ten years he was a member of the Queensland basketball referees’ standards committee, whose responsibilities included state-wide referee education, the education of referees at State championships and the selection of referees for Australian championships.
Because of his extraordinary and multi-faceted contribution to basketball in Queensland, internationally, and at national, state and local levels, Trevor Dallas is indeed a worthy inductee to the Queensland Basketball Hall of Fame.