The first KSESC Hills Basketball Carnival was held in 2009 with a total of 14 teams, comprising of 7 schools competing. The carnival, held annually in Term 1, has since grown to 15 schools and 34 teams.
Students from neighbouring Lesmurdie Senior High School help with the running of the carnival. The LSHS students umpire, collate team scores and do the time keeping. In the past, they have even trained our students as they are a basketball school, and it is a part of their program.
The Hills Basketball Carnival is supported by local politician Matthew Hughes and Hon Don Punch Minister for Disability Services; Fisheries; Innovation and ICT; Seniors and Ageing. We are fortunate enough to have Wildcats and local SBL players also come along as well!
Medals and cups are given out to players and division winners, with the Saligari Perpetual Award given to the winning team of the day.
The Kalability All Stars Basketball Carnival in 2021 was the biggest Basketball Carnival to date. We were lucky to receive press coverage from both Channel 10 News and the Echo Newspaper.
The 2022 Kalability Basketball Carnival was unfortunately cancelled due to Covid-19. We look forward to hosting this carnival again in 2023.
For photos of this event, please refer to the Gallery
On the news...
Channel 10 coverage of 2021 Kalability All Stars Basketball Carnival
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