Red Roo Sports Management’s core values are loyalty, trust, passion and commitment. We believe that only hard work, when combined with natural ability, leads to success and positive outcomes.
Red Roo Sports is committed to the total development of our young people. Participation in Red Roo Programs is a privilege, not an entitlement and everything we do reinforces values that are the bedrock of successful lives. The ball eventually stops bouncing, and when it does, Red Roo young men and women always move on to bigger and better things. Basketball is the means to an exciting and fulfilling end, not the end in itself.
Red Roo Sports instills excellence in its athletes. Success in all aspects of life is no accident, and must come through hard work, perseverance and responsibility. By embracing our ethic of ‘Achieving Excellence Through Discipline’ Red Roo Sports Athletes develop the tools required to succeed in the most demanding game of all….life
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Red Roo's 'ring' of success Chimes Again
Red Roo’s 18 & U Men’s program added another AAU Spring Madness national championship ring to their growing collection during an eventful summer.
Backing up their successes at 2019 and 2020 events, Red Roo completed the first club 3 peat in Australian AAU history in thrilling scenes with an unlikely buzzer-beating shot dropping from star player, Elijah Duol.
“I almost called for the de-fib,” recalls Red Roo Club President, James Kerr. “We missed 6 free throws in the last 2 minutes to take the game away from our very gallant opponents, and then in the most unlikely circumstances, Elijah scores the walk off basket to end the game and give us the prize!! It was quite crazy.”
MAKING A DIFFERENCE in the community
CD SIGNS COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
Red Roo Sport’s latest latest College Scholarship recipient says he can handle the Montana cold, and can’t wait to improve his game at the next level.
Cranbourne resident, Christopher Davidson, is heading to the Dawson Community College Buccaneers in Glendive Montana, where the average winter high temperature is a chilly -2 degrees.
LEADING THE WAY
Melbourne’s Teny Puot visibly supported the improvement of the South Sudanese National basketball in the recent round of 2023 World Cup Qualifiers.
Selected to don his familiar no. 0 jersey in pursuit of a 2023 World Cup berth, Puot unfortunately injured his elbow in the lead up.
An established Youth League and Big V performer in Melbourne, Michael has become a key member of the Montana-based Dawson Community College Bucaneers men’s basketball team in his Freshman year. As team captain, Michael lead the Bucs to their conference championship and a 20 win season, starting all games, with outstanding per game returns of 11.5, 6 rebounds and 3 assists.
As a scholarship player, Michael has also enjoyed the educational experience of American College and looks forward to the continuation of his schooling.
If hard work is a talent, then Red Roo Sports most recent NCAA Basketball Scholarship recipient, Josh Duach, has it in bucketfuls.
While certainly gifted with athleticism and basketball skills, his work ethic and workload have taken him to New York City for a full-ride NCAA Division 1 Athletic Scholarship at Iona College under Hall of Fame Coach, Rick Pitino.
For more insight on Josh see the YouTube interview.
YG’s breakout sophomore season at South Plains College in West Texas has established him as a serious college ball player. The future is incredibly bright for a young man whose work ethic and determination to succeed has has always exceeded his prodigious talent levels. His transition to an attacking and dominant big man who can mix it inside the paint, knock down shots from the perimeter, and play 94 feet of defence has made him both a versatile option for Coach Green and the Texans, and a handful for opposition coaches to counter.
Lieb Yat, Red Roo Sports’ latest prospect to receive a US College basketball scholarship, has just concluded a whirlwind experience that has taken him from rural Victoria to eastern Montana in less than a month.
With the College recruiting window approaching its close, the 209 cm Red Roo became the focus of Dawson Community College in Glendive, Montana. Put into the recruiting frame with Dawson’s men’s basketball head coach,
Chris is an excitement machine. Able to use his athleticism on both ends of the court, Chris has the capacity to take over games through his offensive or defensive efforts. As a committed team player, he will use his high basketball IQ to lift his team and capitalise on the opportunities his court vision detects. The values he places on Education is driving him to make the most from his basketball career.
An incredibly dynamic, and exciting, young prospect, Justin has the world at his feet. A tough competitor with lights out perimeter shooting who will also do the interior work on the boards. Able to dominate and take games away from opponents, this young man is going somewhere, given the right support and opportunities.
At 6’8, with a perimeter shot, handles and athleticism to burn, Delang Muon is an exciting basketball prospect. Combined with his high academic achievements and focus on learning, Delang’s life prospects are even higher.
The young forward has emerged onto the scene only recently through his stellar AAU tournament play and capacity to run with much older and more physical opposition.
Check out our latest developments on our social media channels.
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John Bewley memorial scholarship
Red Roo has great pleasure in announcing that Chris Davidson will be the first recipient of the John Bewley Memorial Scholarship.
To qualify you must display excellence in the following: