Recently I have discovered there are two types of people living in greater Hobart – those who have been to a Chargers game night this year and those that haven’t. In this rant from the President I want to send a message to both tribes...
For the second time this season the North-West Tall Timbers Thunder have been left embarrassed by its biggest SEABL rivals after Hobart scored an emphatic 88-65 victory at Ulverstone on Saturday night.
A new $250,000 State Government funding agreement with Basketball Tasmania for our SEABL Clubs — the Hobart Chargers, Launceston Tornadoes and North West Thunder — will deliver school and community clinics to ensure these sports continue to grow in popularity.
THE Hobart Chargers may be sitting pretty atop the SEABL Southern Conference table, but American import Rob Heyer believes their form on the road has left a lot to be desired ahead of two interstate games this weekend.
Over the past three months, the Chargers have been running basketball clinics at local primary schools in Southern Tasmania. With Telstra’s support we are able to bring them to game night and give them the time of their lives.