BQ, in conjunction with Queensland School Sport stages the Champion Basketball School of Queensland (CBSQ) tournaments each year.
With the Open event originating in 1974 the event attracts a great deal of interest from secondary schools across the state each year with over 120 boys and girls teams competing across several open-age divisions.
The winning team from each Boys & Girls Open Championship Division gains automatic entry into Basketball Australia’s Australian Schools Championships held each year in December.
Final positions in the tournament dictate promotion and relegation, as well as wildcard opportunities. In 2020,CBSQ will be open to both automatic qualifiers, as well as wildcard applications, allowing schools who have previously been relegated, or who have not previously competed to apply for a position in the competition.
From 2020 BQ will be introduce two further events; the CBSQ Junior Secondary and CBSQ Primary aimed at providing opportunities for schools to participate in the younger age groups.
Nominations for all competitions in 2020 have closed. If you wish to be placed on our mailing list for next year’s competitions please contact Basketball Queensland via email@example.com
As part of our COVID Safe Event Plan for the upcoming CBSQ Junior Secondary tournament, we have developed a registration system for spectators to pre-register that they will be attending the event. To book tickets, spectators must be given a code by their School team managers (up to 4 digits) to be able to view their team's tickets. Please follow your school's guidelines on the number of tickets you can book per game.
Tickets are FREE and our registration link will be open shortly.
Spectators will be able to:
- Select the Team they are supporting.
- Select which Games they are attending
- See many spaces are still available for each game (split 50/50 between teams)
- Enter the details of who is attending
- Get a Confirmation Email with their “tickets” for the game.
Spectators will need to show their ticket to enter the venue on game day.
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