Canberra Gunners

Canberra Gunners

The Canberra Gunners play in the East Conference of the South Eastern Australian Basketball League (SEABL) in the ABA. After the demise of the Canberra Cannons, they have become the premier men's basketball team in Canberra. Like the Canberra Capitals WNBL team, they are administered by One Basketball Canberra.

Current roster

Past Players of note

Brad Barnes, Cameron Barnes, Michael Barlow, Dedrick Brooks, Andrew Clarke, Brendan Clowry, Andrew Coulter, John Gladwin, Russell Livermore, Brendan Mann, Jamie Pearlman, Troy Pilon, Andrew Rice, Daniel Richardson, Paul Riley, Murray Shiels, Justin Withers, Grant Yates, Mark Zonneveldt

External links

* [ Canberra Gunners website]
* [ One Basketball Canberra website]
* [ SEABL Webpage]
* [ ABA website]

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