Over age (Masters) Competitions are held every Thursday evening from 6.50pm at Wayville Sports Centre and from 6.30pm at Pasadena Sports Centre.

South Australian Masters Games

The South Australian Masters Games have been held annually since 1996 with a wide variety of regions hosting the Games.

The 2017 Sport SA South Australian Masters Games will be held in the Clare Valley and Gilbert Valley.

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Australian Masters Games

Basketball SA coordinates the basketball competition for the Australian Masters Games when they are held in Adelaide every four years.

They were last held in Adelaide in October 2015. The 2017 Australian Masters Games will be held in Tasmania from 21-28 October.

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World Masters Games

The World Masters Games is the world’s largest multi-sport event. Held every four years, it is the pinnacle sporting event for masters competitors worldwide. In supporting the Olympic Games ethos of ‘sport for all’,  the goal of the World Masters Games is to encourage participation in sport throughout life. Competition and camaraderie are equally celebrated.

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Wayville Sports Centre

Location Carpark 2, 142 Rose Tce Wayville SA 5034 Stadium Manager Corry Moors Phone (08) 8231 6711 Email cmoors@basketballsa.com.au Website Visit Website

Pasadena Sports Centre

Location Cnr Daws Road & Goodwood Road Pasadena SA 5042 Stadium Manager Daniel Hughes Phone (08) 8374 4818 Email dhughes@basketballsa.com.au Website Visit Website

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