The 2019 tournament schedule can be found on the Tourney Machine Website.
There is a downloadable app so you can keep track of your team(s) from your phone.
Saville Centre Parking Map
Grads and AYBC Tournament Scheduler and Tournament Official
The Great Canadian Shootout and Alberta Club Championship is scheduled to run from June 28-July 1, 2019. We want to keep this growing and providing a great team tournament experience. To assist in this we have created an online registration system through Tourney Machine to provide you with an online schedule and live updates during the tournament.
Our divisions have changed slightly from previous years. This season we will have boys and girls divisions for U11, U13 U15 High School (grades 10-12) as well as an Open division. Division age guidelines are as follows:
U13- Born 2006
U15- Born 2005 Not yet in High School for 2018/19
High School for 2018/19 including grade 12's
Open- No restrictions (if too few open teams enter they will play High School division as exhibition games at reduced cost)
Within each age division we also have competition levels. The categories are:
Gold- Most competitive level. Athlete should be skilled and experienced.
Silver- Semi-competitive level. Athletes will have some experience and a general level of team concepts.
Bronze- Recreational level. Athletes will have minimal basketball experience and skill level.
Online payment is preferred only if it is absolutely necessary pay by other methods listed below.
Cheques can be made out to "Edmonton Grads Youth Basketball Association." Please contact us if you have any questions.
Etransfer available to: firstname.lastname@example.org (make password basketball)
$650.00 PER TEAM
#2205 10205-100 AVENUE
2019 Great Canadian Shoot Out
Alberta Club Championship
Saville Centre Site Consideration
Prior to each Game – Coaches, please check with the score table to ensure they have your team name and received the current game roster prior to the start of each game.
Game Rules – FIBA
Game Time Management:
Tournament play will often cause problems for scheduling due to the level of penalties, injuries or overtime. These new game time management rules are based on a proactive time management approach and will help to maintain the competitive aspects of the final minutes of our games while allowing officials to address time concerns directly and collaborate with coaches on specific situations to get schedules back in sync. To do this, coaches and officials must be aware of the actual time it takes to play each quarter or half. Quarters should take approximately 15 minutes to play, a half approximately 35. If teams are starting the second half more than 45 minutes after the initial start time, the game is likely going beyond the allotted time and these rules will allow officials to reasonably recover time.
An example of situations where officials should be proactive and make adjustments is when a first half takes more than 35 minutes to play prior to the half time break or when a game is starting late due to a time and subsequent overtime. In these cases, the official may have to consider one of the following scenarios;
Age of Participants:
We expect all teams to abide by this in fair play standards, tournament director will have final say as to issues.
Club Championship Rules
Teams participating and Competing in the Alberta Championship will complete against all teams in the tournament regardless of home province. Alberta teams that finish the highest in their divisions will be designated to play against the next highest Alberta finishing team within that division.
Example: If a team from Alberta and a team from BC compete in the tournament final, The next highest finishing Alberta team will have the option to play the top Alberta team in an all Alberta Final. We will give the teams as much rest time as possible to achieve a competitive game. Or the next highest finishing Alberta team will automatically be awarded 2nd.
The Edmonton Grads, AYBC and NCBC are happy to announce that the GCSO will be a supporting tournament for the National Club Basketball Championship held in Langley B.C. August long weekend.
It has been a long time coming that Club Basketball has its own National Championship.
Grads will be sending 3 teams to Nationals this 2019 year U15 Girls (AA) U17 Girls (AA) and an Open Girls team.
Information on the Championship can be found at the link www.bballnationals.com