In big news, Port City Power Men have re-signed 6’10 Center Nathaniel Musters for season 2018. Musters returns to the Power after his debut season with the club in 2017, recording averages of 8 points and 7 rebounds per game. He shot the ball at an incredibly efficient 52% from the field. Musters had a […]
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In exciting news, Port City Power women are pleased to announce their first signing of 2018, as Jennifer Mathurin commits. Mathurin is a graduate of North Carolina State University, where she held averages of 9PPG and 5.8RPG in season 2016/17. She has since been plying her trade in Finland, posting 18 PPG and 8RPG while […]
Port City Power are excited to announce Tyler Allen as the 10th roster signing for 2018. The 6’5 guard has agreed to terms that will see him return for his 3rd season with the club. In Tyler’s home debut in 2016, he scored 29 points against Toowoomba in a prolific offensive effort. Tyler has since […]
Gladstone Power Junior Squad Member Age 16
The Mcdonalds Port City Power Women will have the return services of Head Coach Raymond Cooper for the 2018 season. Ray is going into his 4th season as Head Coach and with this experience will look to have a more than competitive line up on the floor. Ray is currently the Head Coach of the […]
Gladstone Port City Power Men will be led by Head Coach Brady Walmsley in season 2018. Brady has extensive coaching experience and will look to leverage those experiences to roll out a revamped and more competitive Power lineup this season. Brady is the State Performance Manager (North) for Basketball Queensland, working as the high performance […]
Gladstone Power Junior Squad Member
Fantastic news for the Gladstone Port City Power Women with the return of Kiah Guinea for the 2018 season. Guinea was forced to sit out in 2017 due to injury but is now back and ready to go for another QBL season. Guinea has been apart of the program for the past 5 seasons, commencing […]
The momentum keeps building for the Gladstone Port City Power women, with the signing of import guard Amanda Frost for season 2018. Frost is a 5’8 combo guard with a knack for scoring the basketball. Frost has an incredible ability to shoot the ball from distance and will offer creative playmaking from the guard position. […]
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Port City Power is a member of and participant in the Queensland Basketball League (QBL) representing Gladstone, QLD in Australia.