After 10 years away from the nation’s capital, former Jayco Australian Opal and WNBL legend Kristen Veal returns to the University of Canberra Capitals for the upcoming 2014/15 Wattle Valley WNBL season, hoping to return the...
The evergreen Jess Bibby will return to the University of Canberra Capitals, aiming to become the first player in Wattle Valley WNBL history to play 400 games.
Basketball Australia, in conjunction with the Australian Sports Commission, is conducting a review of the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL).
The Jayco Australian Opals have named a 12-player squad for the upcoming tour of Japan departing on Tuesday as the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women draws near – calling on a host of WNBL stars.
The Jayco Australian Opals have named a 15-player squad for their final domestic camp of the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women preparation to be held in Terrigal on the New South Wales Central Coast.
The Canberra Capitals have secured one of the most promising youngsters in the Wattle Valley WNBL for the upcoming season, signing 19-year-old prodigy Stephanie Talbot.
Basketball ACT (BACT) and the University of Canberra Union (UCU) are delighted to formally announce the transfer of the Canberra Capitals to the University of Canberra as of 16 May 2014. The change means that the ownership and...
The Jayco Australian Opals will take the next step in their preparations for the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women this week, with an All-WNBL squad named for the tour of the USA departing Wednesday.
Canberra Capitals younger Carley Mijovic faces the toughest decision of her young career after she taken at pick 30 in the third round by Washington in Tuesday's WNBA draft.
A host of the WNBL’s biggest names have been included in the Jayco Australian Opals 33-player extended squad for the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women.
Abby Bishop returned from Europe to become one of the most dominant players in the WNBL, enjoying the most productive season of her career, despite a largely forgettable campaign for her Canberra Capitals team.
The Tradies Canberra Capitals team manager Barb Lodding has been volunteering her time since 1993.
Canberra Capitals star Abby Bishop and Townsville Fire Head Coach Chris Lucas have closed out the regular season on a high note, claiming the Wattle Valley WNBL Player and Coach of the Month awards for February.
Newly crowned The Tradies Canberra Capitals most valuable player Abby Bishop says she is a ''package deal'' with niece Zala, but her Australian Opals involvement hinges on a new Basketball Australia policy that will decide if...
Abby Bishop gave Caps fans something to cheer about with another brilliant performance against West Coast.