A list of the ins and outs for each team heading into 2015
SHE was the spark plug off the bench in last year’s title run and now Tiana Mangakahia has decided to return to the Carina Leagues Club Lady Spartans for another SEABL season.
The Harvey Norman Rush is proud to announce the signing of Olivia Thompson of the Melbourne Boomers.
THE Launceston Tornadoes significantly boosted its playing stocks for next SEABL season yesterday with the signing of another two quality recruits.
THE Bendigo Braves has announced that Ben Allen will not suit up for the Braves this season.
The Bendigo Bank Braves are excited to announce the signing of reigning Big V MVP Grant Johnson.
The Telstra Hobart Lady Chargers are delighted to announce that South Conference Championship winning forward Kathleen Scheer will return for her third season with the club in 2015.
After an Achilles tendon injury derailed his 2014 season, Roy Booker is back in 2015 for the Ballarat Miners
The Lady Cobras perimeter game gets even better, with scoring machine Steph Cumming signing with the Lady Cobras for 2015.
Check out the fixtures for the upcoming 2015 SEABL season.
The Nunawading TGI Fridays Spectres are excited to announce the signing of Nicole Romeo for the 2015 SEABL season to complete their roster.
POINT guard Kerryn Harrington has signed on to stay with Bendigo Lady Braves for the 2015 SEABL season.
THE Albury-Wodonga Lady Bandits have signed their first US import for this year’s SEABL season, Alison Bouman.
After 7 years as General Manager of SEABL, Mark Chivers has announced his resignation.
Claybrin McMath may just be the next major piece in the Bandits’ puzzle.