IN ACTION: DJ Cremasco, in full flight, will be a key Wildcats player with his brothers.
IN ACTION: DJ Cremasco, in full flight, will be a key Wildcats player with his brothers. Gerard Walsh

Best basketballers to converge at Warwick Wildcats trials

WARWICK'S best basketballers will converge on WIRAC tomorrow night for the Warwick Wildcats trials.

The side will play against teams from Toowoomba, Brisbane, Ipswich and the Sunshine Coast when it tips off its Southern Basketball League campaign on the first weekend in May.

Warwick Wildcats coach Jeff Clark said the side would not be as strong as previously, but would still be competitive.

"We've had players from Brisbane here in the past, which we won't have this year," Clark said.

"This will be our first year with just players from Warwick.

"But we'll still have a lot of talented players - it's just about getting them to play well as a team."

Clark said he had a good idea of what his squad would be.

"I've been working with a lot of the local fellas for about eight years, so I know what they're capable of," he said.

"We'll build our team around the three Cremasco brothers and Declan Starast."

In club basketball on at WIRAC this week, Cliffa continued their good form while Young Bloods were shaping as a team to watch, Warwick Basketball draw master and publicity officer Damien Byrnes said.

"Cliffa's doing well and Young Bloods are looking strong," Byrnes said.

"Young Bloods are looking dominant actually."



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