2023 U19 National Tournament – All You Need to Know

26 teams and over 250 young basketballers will converge on Rangiora’s MainPower Stadium over King’s Birthday Weekend

The Canterbury Men are the back-to-back defending National Champions, while our Women will be looking to improve on the silver medals from 2021 and 2022. Games will be played at MainPower Stadium, and a handful are bring played at Kaiapoi High School

The Full Draw Can be accessed on BBNZ’s website: 2023 Aon U19 Draw

Canterbury Teams Schedule:

  • Friday 2 June
    • 9am Women vs Tauranga, Court 3 (111-37 win)
    • 9am Men vs Counties Manukau, Court 4 (100-67 win)
    • 2:15pm Men vs Waikato, Court 4 (73-62 win)
    • 5:45pm Women vs Harbour, Court 1 (82-66 win)
  • Saturday 3 June
    • 9am Men vs Wellington, Court 4 (97-79 win)
    • 10:45am Women vs North Canterbury, Court 2 (110-58 win)
    • 7:30pm Women vs Wellington, Court 3 (88-25 win)
  • Sunday 4 June
    • 10:45am Men vs Otago, Court 4 (Quarter Final 93-80 win)
    • 4:00pm Women vs Auckland, Court 2 (Semi Final 82-69 win) – LiveStats
    • 4:00pm Men vs Harbour, Court 3 (Semi Final 79-95 loss) – LiveStats

  • Monday 5 June
    • 1:15pm Men vs Manawatu, Court 3 (Third Place 110-76 win)
    • 3:20 Women vs Waikato, Court 3 (Grand Final 74-56 win) – LiveStats

Glory League live scoreboards for each court can be accessed via the following links (these will only be visible while games are being played):


Updated results and schedules can be seen on this page: BBNZ National Championships

More comprehensive information is available on the BBNZ Website

Photos and images in this article courtesy BBNZ


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