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Students test out new basketball stadium

08 Mar 2018

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Students from South Melbourne Primary School in Southbank tested out their brand new Basketball stadium last month with a little help from basketball legend Warrick Giddy!

Warrick, a former National Basketball League (NBL) star with the Melbourne Tigers (now Melbourne United) held a clinic with students on Monday, March 5 at the brand new stadium.

The students were the first to use the competition-grade facility, which has been constructed for both the school and the local community to use.

The indoor sports facility is part of an expansive community sports complex, which includes another rooftop basketball court with city views!

The new South Melbourne Primary School on Ferrars St opened its doors last month and has already received more than 100 enrolments in its first term.

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