Gladstone Port City Power men have signed 6’8 small forward, Cirkook Riak from NSW. Cirkook has a wealth of experience, previously playing for Lamar State Junior College in Texas, Werribee in Victorias Big V competition, St George in NSWs Warratah League, as well as representing an Australian contingent at the recent Jump10 world challenge in […]
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The Gladstone Port City Power men have added another piece to the 2018 puzzle with the addition of guard Jordan Lum Kon from Sydney, NSW. Jordan has played at the highest senior level in NSW, representing both Parramatta Wildcats and Maitland Mustangs in the Waratah League. Jordan also played with the St George Saints in […]
Gladstone Port City Power Men have signed current Illawarra Hawks NBL Development Player, Matt Hancock. Matt has an extensive basketball resume, including time spent at Lamar University and the University of West Alabama in the United States. In recent seasons, Matt has spent time in development roles with the Illawarra Hawks and Melbourne United in the […]
In exciting news for the Gladstone Port City Power men’s program, the team has secured the services of import combo guard Taylor Young for the 2018 season. Taylor comes to the program with QBL experience, having featured in four games for the Rockhampton Rockets in season 2017, with averages of 14.5PPG, 3.25RPG and 2APG. Taylor […]
Another familiar face returns in 2018, as Patrick Ciganovic recommits to the Gladstone Port City Power. The 6’6 wing is coming off his debut year in the QBL in 2017, where he had a season high 15 against the Logan Thunder. Ciganovic will look to use his 2017 experience in the QBL to propel him […]
Great news, the Gladstone Port City Power women are excited to announce the signing of Erin Geer for the 2018 QBL season. Geer comes to the Power being one of the High Performance athletes out of the Northern Territory. Geer has represented a combined u20s ACT team in 2017 and the Northern Territory u18s team […]
In a fantastic piece of recruitment news, the Gladstone Port City Power women are excited to announce the signing of Briana Bailey for QBL season 2018. Bailey comes to the Power after a well recognised junior and senior career with the Rockhampton Cyclones. Bailey is an uptempo guard, who has great playmaking ability on […]
More exciting news for the Gladstone Port City Power women with the signing of Ashleigh Kelman-Poto for the 2018 QBL season. Kelman-Poto who attended East Central University located in Oklahoma where she averaged 9.3ppg, 5.2 rpg on 41% field goal shooting. Ashleigh has recently played in Mexicali Summer Jam, Hoop Nation, Samoan and Maori Tournaments. […]
The Gladstone Port City Power men sign import wing Casey Walker for QBL season 2018. Walker was a 2014 graduate and 4-year starter at D1 NCAA program Delaware State University. Averaging over 13PPG during his college career, Walker remains 2nd all time in three point field goals made with 268. Walker has held two professional […]
We can officially announce the second Gladstone Port City Power women’s signing for 2018, Milomilo Nanai. Milo returns to the Power after representing the club in 2016. Milo has most recently played in New Zealand for the Auckland Lady Rangers, where she averaged 9.5ppg, 5rpg on 43% field goal shooting. Milo is a physical guard […]
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