Disability Sport Wales are looking to identify and recruit players in both the Under 14 and Under 18 categories for this year's British Wheelchair Basketball National Junior Championships which take place in Worcester on August 3rd & 4th 2024.  

  • U14 Competition – Aged 14 or under on 31st August 2024. The youngest age a player can register in the U14 competition is 10 at the time of competition.
  • U18 Competition – Aged 17 or under on 31st August 2023.  The youngest age a player can register in the U18 competition is 14 at Midnight on 31st July 2023.

Selection trials for both Under 14 and Under 18 teams will take place on Sunday 23rd June 2024 at The Sports Cage, Sports Centre, Aberystwyth University, Penglais Campus Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 3AR. Trials will take place from 11am – 2pm.

To be eligible to compete for Wales you must meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Born in Wales
  • Has permanent residency in Wales
  • Attend a school / college / university that is situated in Wales
  • Has one or more parents born in Wales (including adoptive parents)
  • Registered Player in a team that is based in Wales (e.g National League; Women’s Premier League, Women’s League; Junior League) during the 2023/24 season

To register your interest in attending selction trials, please complete the following form:

Wheelchair Basketball Selection Trials Interest Form

If you have any questions, please contact Morgan Jones, Disability Sport Wales Performance Pathway Senior Officer:

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