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New Boomers primed for FIBA window

AUSTRALIA will take on Iran and Qatar in Melbourne in just over a month, and wins will put beyond doubt the Boomers will be in China next year for the FIBA World Cup.

Basketball Australia today announced a 24-player Boomers squad for the matches at Margaret Court Arena on November 30 and against Qatar there on December 3.

With no trainings scheduled ahead of the window in the NBL season though, admission in the squad is more acknowledgement of how well some players are travelling and that they have caught selectors' eyes.

“It has been great to see the impact of some of the younger guys in the early rounds of the NBL and it is nice to be able to recognise that with their inclusion into the extended team of 24,” Boomers coach Andrej Lemanis said.

His new squad is: Kyle Adnam (Sydney Kings), Cameron Bairstow (Brisbane Bullets), David Barlow (Melbourne United), Todd Blanchfield (Illawarra Hawks), Angus Brandt (Perth Wildcats), Jason Cadee (Brisbane Bullets), Mitch Creek (Long Island Nets), Anthony Drmic (Adelaide 36ers), Harry Froling (Adelaide 36ers), Cameron Gliddon (Brisbane Bullets), Chris Goulding (Melbourne United), Matt Hodgson (Brisbane Bullets), Nathan Jawai (Cairns Taipans), Tom Jervis (Perth Wildcats), Daniel Johnson (Adelaide 36ers), Nick Kay (Perth Wildcats), Mitch McCarron (Melbourne United), Damian Martin (Perth Wildcats), Craig Moller (Melbourne United), Brad Newley (Sydney Kings), Mitch Norton (Perth Wildcats), Nathan Sobey (Adelaide 36ers), Clint Steindl (Perth Wildcats), Jesse Wagstaff (Perth Wildcats).

WILD ABOUT HARRY: National junior Harry Froling is in the new Boomers squad.

Oct 26

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