1/9-11 Horne St, Hoppers Crossing VIC 3029, Australia
9-11 Horne Street Hoppers Crossing VI
0417 567 225
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Transition Sports – State of the art basketball facility with a holistic focus on player development.
State of the art basketball facility with a holistic focus on player development.
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Recent Google Reviews
Ema Kelly said 3 years ago
Amazing training facility and extremely friendly people. They do amazing job on there uniforms as well as there one on one training
Michael Pringle said 3 years ago
The staff were terrible and kept eating the party food people brought in and said they would be supervising the people there but instead they were in the front room for the whole entire time
Michael Urankar said 3 years ago
Great coaches, great facility
Brian Barber said 3 years ago
Down to earth trainers and make kids work on their skills great place
Mar Reyes said 3 years ago
Bball family place!
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