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  1. Dane Pineau Returns to the Tigers
  2. Monique Conti Re-Signs with the Tigers
  3. Nic Pozoglou signs with Tigers for 2019 NBL1 Season
  4. Mickey Luxford Signs with 2019 NBL1 Tigers Men’s Team
  5. LEAGUE NAMING – NBL1 TO SHOWCASE NEXT LEVEL OF AUSTRALIA’S BASKETBALL TALENT

NBL1 Women

February 21, 2019

Monique has shown great loyalty to the Melbourne Tigers in signing on for the inaugural NBL1 2019 season. Monique backs up after the 2018 season where she averaged 19 points, 3.3 assists and 7.1 rebounds per game. Mon will be joining the Tiger’s squad after her AFLW duties are complete where she is currently racking…

February 15, 2019

Basketball Victoria has partnered with the National Basketball League (NBL) to create a new league to strengthen the pathway for Australia’s best basketball talent.   Tipping off on March 29, NBL1 will consist of 18 clubs across Southern Australia and feature both men’s and women’s teams. It will be played across 15 rounds and a…

February 1, 2019

The Melbourne Tigers are thrilled to announce the return of 2018 SEABL captain, Louella Tomlinson, for season 2019 with the Tiger’s Elite Women’s team. Louella had a great season in 2018, averaging 15 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and over 3 blocks per game; and capped off with being named the 2018 SEABL Women’s Defensive…

December 22, 2018

Australia’s oldest and most recognised basketball club today announced the appointment of Brad Pineau as joint head coach of its senior men’s team for season 2019. Brad will join current head coach, Nick Abdicevic in the role. The Tigers team will compete in the newly formed Basketball Victoria Elite League. Pineau played at college in…

December 11, 2018

Australia’s oldest and most recognised basketball club today announced the appointment of Mark Wright as head coach of its senior women’s team for season 2019. The team will compete in the newly formed Basketball Victoria Elite League.

November 1, 2018

Basketball Australia (BA) acting CEO Paul Maley, yesterdayformally announced that the BA Board have determined to dissolve the South East Australia Basketball League (SEABL).  BA will now focus on supporting a new competition framework,featuring improved state-run leagues and plans to develop and implement a National Senior Club Championship, beginning in 2020.

October 17, 2018

The 87-year-old Melbourne Tigers Senior Program on Friday applied to play in Basketball Victoria’s proposed new elite competition for the 2019 season.

May 24, 2018

The Tigers are happy to announce the signing of Geraldine McCorkell for the remainder of the 2018 SEABL season to our women’s team.

April 18, 2018

Long term Melbourne Tigers female athletes, Bianca and Briana Babic, have both requested and been granted clearances from our SEABL team. The sisters are set to join Hume and Keilor respectively.  They will play in the Victoria ‘Big V’ competition.

March 15, 2018

The Tigers SEABL teams hit it off on Saturday March 10th in their first practice match on their home court against the Big V Ringwood Hawks.