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Grads Girls Basketball Spring 2023

Grads Spring Girls 2023 Offering

This year we plan an exciting spring for our U15 and U18 Girls teams Including 6 Tournaments, League play  and Possible trip to Club Nationals in Langley B.C 

Evaluation Dates are as Follows:

U13  Girls Friday Feb 24th  from  6:30pm till 8;30pm

U15 Girls Friday  Feb 24th from  6:30pm till  9:30pm

High School Girls U18 Friday Feb 24th 6:30 till 9:30pm

Follow up for U15 Girls and High School U18 Girls Sunday Feb 26

All Evaluations take place at EYBA Centre 7111-56ave Edmonton.

If for any reason you cannot make these date please send an email to


Go to our Girls Teams Page for information on our exciting full Girls Spring  A and Rec level offerings for 2023! 


GCSO Tournament 2022 Recap

 GCSO 2022 Tournament 

201 Teams  Year 2022


Thank you all for your Continued Support! 

Lets make 2023 even Better!


For your Hotel needs please contact Tracey Flewin at 780 271-0845 to get the great rates available to all our participating teams and families, or email her at 

GSCO 2023 Countdown


Edmonton Grads Youth Basketball Association

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Parents Must See Video

This video link speaks to how coaches and parents should conduct themselves with Coaches Officials and Their Own Kids! PLEASE WATCH!!!!

Edmonton Grads Youth Basketball Association

The Edmonton Grads Youth Basketball Association is a not for profit organization designed to promote basketball within the Edmonton Community. Our main focus is the spring basketball season. This is accomplished through a number of avenues including sponsoring athletes and teams as well as running the Great Canadian Shootout on the first weekend of July each year at the Saville Community Sport Center. 

Contact Us Edmonton Grads Youth Basketball Association

Knee pads They Work!!!!

Girls playing ball don't take care of their knees! 

Over My 32 years of coaching one thing I ask all my players to invest in is knee pads, but time and time again they don't listen due to a number of reasons but none of them are legit!

  • I can't find them
  • I look stupid wearing them 
  • I never fall down
  • I don"t need them

None of these are reasons not to invest in your safety and ability to play hard!!

Knee pads can be found in major sports stores and on line ranging in price from  $11.00 to $80.00......personally the difference between them isn't great so the cheaper the better. 

Nobody Cares what you look like on the court!

Safety is paramount when playing any sport especially a sport played on a hard surface and in full contact with your opponent. 

Knee pads will allow you to hit the floor when diving for loose balls or get flung from an aggressive jump ball battles, and those knee on knee collisions that happen when you don't expect them to.


Amazon has them as low as $9.99 right now!!! (long sleeved and compression are the same as the Mazuno)

Same ones that United Cycle carries for $70.00 online at Amazon they are $36.00

Smart Players Stay Safe