TICKETS | 2017 Origin All Star Series now on sale




The 2017 Big V Origin All Star Series is set to be held on June 10 at the Casey Indoor Sports Complex.

The Casey Indoor Leisure Centre is set to host its biggest ever single basketball event as the venue is currently in the process of being redeveloped. 

The centre is set to become not only the focus of the basketball landscape, but the sporting landscape for the area.

Redevelopment works are currently in place on the south-eastern hot spot, which will feature a 1,500 seat capacity premiere show-court which will showcase the Big V’s finest talent next June.

Casey Basketball General Manager Tammy Bower and her team, are excited to see the best of Big V on their association’s door step.

“Casey Basketball is excited to be hosting the 2017 Big V Origin All Star Series in its 8th year of league participation,” Bower explained. 

“This event highlights how far we have come, from having a sole team in Division Three in 2010, to now boasting all four teams with one in the highest division. 

“We look forward to bringing the entire basketball and local communities together to deliver a high quality event in the newly redeveloped facility. This event will showcase the best the league has to offer on our home floor in front of not only our home crowd, but the entire community.”

Tickets are now on sale thanks to the Casey Basketball Association and can be purchased via TryBooking at the following link:

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