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One of the fastest growing sports for people with a disability

The Next Stars primary school program offers children from Grade 3 to 6 the opportunity to take part in an exciting inter-school single day round-robin competition. Comprised of three divisions; Next Stars caters for those of all skill levels and abilities, with schools able to enter more than one team into a tournament day, it provides an opportunity for students to represent their school no matter their skill level. With modified timing rules & shorter games, teams can play up to 4-5 games across their tournament day making for some fast paced & exciting action.

How it works

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Program details

All Stars – This division is split into boys and girls, who compete at representative or Division 1/A Grade domestic level, with scores kept and finals played.

Rising Stars – This is a mixed division (Boys & Girls combined), who compete in Division 2/B Grade & below domestic level with scores kept and finals played.

Emerging Stars – This is a mixed division (Boys & Girls combined), This serves as an introduction to the game, with no scores kept or finals played. This is about giving these kids an opportunity to play, learn & possibly enjoy it so much they sign up to their local association.

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Frequently asked questions

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Need a bit more information?

Want to learn more about the Next Stars Program? Get in contact with our BQ Competitions Coordinator for School, Quintin Fleming, via

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