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Basketball Skills Program Update

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OzSwoosh Rookies Program

OzSwoosh head coach Craig Rowe has confirmed changes to OzSwoosh Basketball Skills Programs from Term 4, 2020. A participant survey resulted in a decision to move the Senior group from Saturday morning to a Sunday evening at Morayfield. Coach Rowe said the change was necessary to improve service delivery and ensure continued growth. Rowe said […]

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OzSwoosh Athlete Satisfaction Survey 2020

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OzSwoosh Athlete Satisfaction Survey 2020

OzSwoosh 2020 Satisfaction survey is being sent out to 2020 athletes and their parents via email, social media and private groups. Each year OzSwoosh asks athletest participate to provide anonymous feedback on OzSwoosh service delivery. As with past survey’s, this year’s survey will be used to make imrpovements to the program where needed in 2021. […]

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Participant Satisfaction Survey

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Thank you to the athletes across our school based and private basketball development programs who took time to fill out our Participant Satisfaction Survey. Unfortunately not everyone got to give feedback due to absences at the final weeks of training. We wish to remind our program’s athletes we do understand Ozswoosh is not for everyone, […]

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Ozswoosh Rookies Are Friendly

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Ozswoosh’ school based program athletes and private Rookies program athletes came together recently to compete in a friendly game against each other to cap off a year of basketball development. The Rookies athletes dominated most of the play, yet the school program athletes demonstrated signs of brilliance with many showing much improved dexterity, speed and […]

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Ozswoosh Basketball Academy Helps Athletes Achieve Goals

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Ozswoosh Basketball Academy Helps Athletes Achieve Goals Ozswoosh Basketball Academy is a leading basketball skills program in south east Queensland. Academy Principal, Craig Rowe, develops modern and challenging programs for athletes in a self-paced learning environment. The 27 year veteran  had coached everything from under 6 boys and girls to senior men and women teams. He even had a basketball […]