WOLVES REP PROGRAM

VISION & MISSION

The mission of the West Sydney Wolves Junior Representative Program is to identify, select and develop female and male athletes with the right character, mindset, physical attributes, technical proficiency and potential to represent WSWBA and compete successfully at a high level in Basketball New South Wales competitions, at a State, National, International tournaments and further onto the world stage.

The Representative program reflects the WS Wolves philosophies on playing, coaching, learning and talent identification. It will provide athletes training, mentoring and education which will support athletes to fully understand the demands of their sport and performance readiness at the representative level and for the international stage.

The program will address and develop the five key areas of a High Performance Athlete.
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Mental

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Character

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Physical

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Technical

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Tactical

WS WOLVES BRAND OF PLAY

The West Sydney Wolves "Brand of Play" requires players to be:
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A High Character Athlete

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In Good Physical Condition

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Possess Good Defensive Skills

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Possess Good Offensive Skills

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Mentally & Physically Conditioned

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Value Team Goals Before Individual Goals

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Hungry & Assertive

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Willingness to Learn

At the conclusion of the above process of observation, consultation and evaluation, the WS Wolves Selection panel and Head Coaches will make the final selection relative to the selection criteria. The players will be allocated to teams and informed of their selection via email and on the WS Wolves website. We will strive to be completely unbias and sincere with players and parents throughout the process. All involved must understand that the purpose of evaluation and critique is to correct, enhance, educate, modify behaviour, and bring about positive change.

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    The ten players selected to represent the WS Wolves team will be the ten players that compose the ‘best team’ not necessarily the ten best players, although, they may be.

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    Players will be selected solely on merit, evaluation at club level games and their performance at the trials.

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    WS Wolves and the coaching staff will endeavour to remain unbiased during tryouts, unfortunately subjectivity is an unavoidable element of the selection process.

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    We hope everyone who trials and is not selected into a team understands that this evaluation does not define their future or who they are as a player.

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    Our coaching staff will remain transparent and supportive by offering feedback, an open line of communication with all involved and help place athletes into the relevant training programs to further develop and prepare them for future tryouts.

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