Waratah League

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Waratah League
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2015 Waratah League season
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Logo Waratah League
Sport Basketball
Founded 1991
No. of teams M: 11
W: 9
Country  Australia
Continent FIBA Oceania (Oceania)
Most recent champion(s) M: Norths Bears
W: Hornsby Spiders
Most titles M: Illawarra Hawks, Sydney Comets (4 titles)
W: Bankstown Bruins (9 titles)

The Waratah League is the New South Wales conference of the Australian Basketball Association (ABA) which it joined in 2000.

Current Teams[edit]

Men's Clubs[edit]

  • Bankstown Bruins
  • Central Coast Crusaders
  • Hills Hornets
  • Hornsby Spiders
  • Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
  • Maitland Mustangs
  • Newcastle Hunters
  • Norths Bears
  • Penrith Panthers
  • Sutherland Sharks
  • Sydney Comets

Women's Clubs[edit]

  • Bankstown Bruins
  • Hills Hornets
  • Hornsby Spiders
  • Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
  • Newcastle Hunters
  • Norths Bears
  • Penrith Panthers
  • Sutherland Sharks
  • Sydney Comets

Past winners[edit]

Premier Division

Year Men Women
1991 Goulburn Bears Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
1992 Sydney Sonics Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
1993 Bankstown Bruins Sutherland Sharks
1994 Parramatta Wildcats Wagga Wolves
1995 ACT Sutherland Sharks
1996 Bankstown Bruins Parramatta Wildcats
1997 Bankstown Bruins Bankstown Bruins
1998 Illawarra Hawks Bankstown Bruins
1999 Illawarra Hawks Bankstown Bruins
2000 Newcastle Hunters ACT Academy

NSW Waratah League

Year Men Women
2001 Illawarra Hawks ACT Academy
2002 Sydney Comets ACT Academy
2003 Sydney Comets Bankstown Bruins
2004 Sydney Comets Bankstown Bruins
2005 Sydney Comets Bankstown Bruins
2006 Sutherland Sharks Bankstown Bruins
2007 Sutherland Sharks Hornsby Spiders
2008 Sutherland Sharks Sydney Comets
2009 Parramatta Wildcats Hornsby Spiders
2010 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Bankstown Bruins
2011 Illawarra Hawks Canberra Nationals
2012 Norths Bears Bankstown Bruins
2013 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Illawarra Kittyhawks
2014 Norths Bears Hornsby Spiders

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