Power in play as kids take court
THE McDonald’s Port City Power Hoopstars Camp has wrapped up yet another successful training series.
The school-holiday based program saw kids from 18-years-old and younger hone in on their inner LeBron.
Over the past three day, over 30 players’ have been mentored by local QBL basketball stars from both the men and women’s Port City Power Teams.
Ray Cooper who is the current coach of the Port City Power women’s team led this weeks training sessions.
“It’s been great having kids come and learn how to play basketball at a higher level,” he said.
“Having the Power players here to give advise and
individual player feedback is really good.”
Ray said that the kids are really starting to look up to their trainers (Power players).
“We have held training camps like this before and we aim continue it every holidays because it’s been that successful,” he said.
Albert Maunga and Angus Clancy at the Hoopstar Camp.
Dozens of kids ready to hit the hoops.