How do I manage a team (Passport)?
A Sporting Pulse Passport allows managers and club representatives to access their club's or team's registration information. This allows player information to be updated and managed.
Once you have created a Sporting Pulse Passport please email Baptist Basketball so we can link your account to your team.
A tutorial will be posted shortly.
To create a Passport please click here.
How do I use the new scoring system?
Stadium scoring is the new computer-based scoring system which should not be scary but an exciting step forward. Become an expert by reading the Stadium Scoring Instructions.
Referees please see Referee Stadium Scoring Instructions.
How do I make an insurance claim for an injury?
Reimbursement up to 75% of non-Medicare medical expenses (net of recoveries from private health insurance) up to a maximum of $2,000 per injury. Claimable expenses include private hospital accommodation; ambulance transport costs; chiropractic; physiotherapy; dental services (to sound whole teeth only); ancillary medical procedures; theatre fees in private hospital where Medicare does not apply; orthotics, splints and prosthesis where an insured person’s medical practitioner considers them medically necessary for the treatment of the injury.
An excess of $50 applies on each and every claim to those not privately insured.
The policy does not provide cover for expenses incurred for which a Medicare benefit is payable; expenses incurred more than 12 months after the date of injury; accounts covered by an ambulance service whether claimed or not; accounts covered by private health insurance whether claimed or not.
To view the insurance claim form click here.
What are the costs?
Junior Nomination Fee: $130
Mixed Nomination Fee: $130
Senior Nomination Fee: $180
Junior Game Fee: $45
Mixed Game Fee: $52
Senior Game Fee: $62
Frequently Asked Questions
When does Baptist Basketball run?
The Baptist Basketball season runs from late March through to late September each year, with the grand finals being held on the weekend prior to the long weekend. Nominations usually remain open from February until the middle of March.
Games are played on a Saturday, with Juniors commencing at 8am, Seniors finishing by 6pm and a mixed competition somewhere in between.
How do I become a referee?
Referees are trained on the job by working with a current referee to learn the ropes over a series of weeks. If you are interested in becoming a referee please talk to Lionel or Chris, who can be found at Lakeside every Saturday of the Baptist Season.
How do I register a player?
To register yourself or another player to your team please click here and follow the prompts.
Make sure you know your team code, which can be found below. Once you have registered a player you will require a Sporting Pulse Passport, linked to your team, in order to edit this information (see below).
game fee ratio Junior Mixed Senior
No Notice (No show) 2.5x
Notice after 5pm Friday 2.0x
Notice after 5pm Wednesday 1.0x $45 $52 $62
Less than 1 week notice 0.5x
More than 1 weeks notice no fine
More than 3 weeks notice no fine no ladder penalty
Please email all forfeits to you may use the message bar to the right or tell us on Saturdays at the court controllers desk
Telling Lakeside does not count as giving notice to Baptist Basketball