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Perth Redbacks In 1982, when the Weststate Wildcats entered the National Basketball League (NBL), several players from the PBA were in the Wildcats squad including Ed Cecins, Brad Cecins and Ian Frame. In 1984, the PBA men's A-grade side were defeated by Cockburn 86–78 in the District championship game.
Glasgow Redbacks The Redbacks formed for the 2006 Scottish Australian Rules Football League season. Its first season saw the club make the finals series in the newly expanded league format (in 2006 there were 5 teams for the first time) and achieve a higher league position than their crosstown and longer established rivals, the Glasgow Sharks. The club is now disbanded.
RMIT Redbacks Members of the Redbacks have also competed at an international level at Universiade, and various other international competitions.
Glasgow Redbacks The club's home ground is at Victoria Park, Glasgow.
Perth Redbacks Perth Redbacks is a State Basketball League (SBL) club based in Perth, Western Australia. The club fields a team in both the Men's SBL (MSBL) and Women's SBL (WSBL). The club is a division of Perth Basketball Association (PBA), the major administrative basketball organisation in Perth's eastern suburbs and across the CBD. The Redbacks play their home games at Belmont Oasis Leisure Centre.
Perth Redbacks A number of players in the University team had graduated from the University of Western Australia (UWA) several years earlier and were technically no longer eligible to play for the University club. Bob Symons also believed that it was time for a new team to play at the top level in the men's competition run by the Amateur Basketball Association of WA at the new and modern three-court basketball stadium at Perry Lakes, five kilometres west of the Perth CBD. Symons captain-coached the first senior men's team. The other players included Peter Simper, Graham Smith, Len Vlahov and Richard Longley. Simper, Vlahov and Longley were also all former UWA students. An A-reserve team was also formed to take up the other interested players. The club experienced success almost immediately, with the 1965 season concluding with Perth defeating YMCA-Perth in the grand final. This success was followed by wins in the 1970 and 1973 grand finals, and runners-up in 1968 and 1975.
Perth Redbacks From 1964 until 1975, the club remained a men's basketball club with three senior teams and a number of under 16 and under 18 junior boy's teams. Under the leadership of Edmund Rogers and others, the Perth club began a very successful junior boy's development program emphasising strong fundamentals. The program produced many skilful and talented players who represented WA at national basketball carnivals.
Perth Redbacks In 2014, the Redbacks men reached the semi-finals after finishing in third place on the ladder with a 17–9 win/loss record. It was the team's best regular-season finish since 2001, when they finished third with a 19–7 record. In 2015, American forward Ray Turner was named the Most Valuable Player of the MSBL. He became just the third Redback to win the award after Dwaine Michaels (1997) and Ryan Neill (2004).
Glasgow Redbacks The club wore black jumpers with a red diagonal stripe across the front, the same as worn by the Essendon Football Club in the elite Australian Football League in Melbourne, Australia. This is said to recognise the Scottish roots of Essendon, which was formed in 1871 by a Scots family who had moved to Melbourne.
RMIT Redbacks The RMIT Redbacks are the semi-professional university sports team collective of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). It is managed by the campus union RMIT Link.