Welcome to Rowville Rockets Basketball Club

Rowville and Lysterfield community based basketball club.

Key Differences: Knox and Dandenong Competitions

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Rangers representative players must play domestic at Dandenong.

Games are played at Dandenong Stadium, with some at Springers Leisure Centre in Cheltenham, and some local Schools during the winter season.

Currently the girls competition has very low participation levels.  (8-12 teams per age group), which is creating problems with grading and our ability to structure teams for best outcomes – e.g. fairness and development

Due to low participation numbers, there will be no G18 or G23 games running at Dandenong

The boys competition is strong and competitive.

Training is at Rowville Sports Academy

No. You can only play in the Dandenong competition due to fixture clash.

A second game can possibly be accommodated at the same Association.

Dandenong no longer have door entry charges. The door entry is included in your registration fees


Raiders representative players must play domestic at Knox

Games are played at multiple venues, Knox Stadium, Rowville Secondary, State Basketball Centre, and others

Girls competition has high participation levels currently (40-50 teams per age group), allowing teams to be structured and graded correctly for the best outcomes – e.g. fairness, development.

G18 and G23 Girls will need to register at Knox 

The boys competition is strong and competitive

Training is at Rowville Sport Academy

No. You can only play in the Knox competition due to fixture clashes.

A second games can possibly be accommodated at the same Association

Knox have an entry fee of $3 per person

About Us

Rowville Basketball Club Inc.

34 Years of community basketball

We have an average of 95 domestic teams entered in summer and winter competitions across the Dandenong and Knox Basketball Associations. We frequently field domestic teams in annual tournaments like Eltham – Dandenong on Australia Day and Nunawading Spectres on the Queen’s Birthday weekend.

Our club is run entirely by a team of volunteers, with over 650 children and young adults playing in all grades of the domestic competitions.

Under 8, 10, 12, 14 & 16 play on Saturday’s and Under 18 & 23 play on Sunday afternoons.

Basketball is played all year round and is broken up into 2 seasons.

Winter season runs terms 2 & 3, Summer season runs terms 4 & 1.


Rowville Basketball Club was formed in 1990 to offer the children of Rowville and Lysterfield a local, community based basketball club.

In 1990 we started with 5 teams and grew over the next 9 years to more than 35 teams competing in the Knox Association. In the Summer of 2000, 5 teams began playing at Dandenong with a further 36 teams continuing to play at Knox. 

Over the next 4 years the club continued to enter teams in both associations. Growing to 13 teams at Dandenong and 39 at Knox by 2002. The club continued to grow quickly with 37 teams at Dandenong and roughly the same at Knox by 2004. 

In 2004 the club decided to enter teams solely in one association. The Rockets teams at Knox along with several smaller clubs, merged to form a new club known as ‘Knox Allstars’. In the summer season of 2004/05 Rockets entered 39 teams into the Dandenong Association. 

Due to the continued growth of the club, by 2020, Rockets teams made up to approximately 30% of the competition creating an effect of some grades being dominated by Rockets teams. The club began looking for a solution to help maintain a competitive competition for our players.

The 2020 winter season saw us enter teams into the Knox association again. Unfortunately, the season was cancelled due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Summer 2021 season started late but we were all grateful to be playing again in two associations.  

The ongoing success of the club is a testament to the contribution of its volunteers.


Our games are played at either Knox or Dandenong

Child Safe

We are committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children. We have zero tolerance of child abuse, and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated very seriously and consistently with our policies and procedures.

Our Committee, Coaches and Team Managers pass all of the legislative requirements.

Code of Conduct

All of our Spectators, Players, Committee, Coaches and Team Managers are obligated to abide by the Basketball Victoria Codes of Conduct. Copies can be found in each relevant section of this site.

Please take the time to familiarise yourself with the code as you are expected to abide by it at all times.


All of our teams train at the Rowville Secondary Collage – Eastern Campus

Humphreys Way, Rowville, Victoria, 3178

New Player Inquiries

Registrations for the Summer 2023/24 season has closed. 

We are taking expressions of interest for the Winter 2024 season.

If you are interested in playing at Rowville please register on our waiting list.

Alternatively please email registrar@rowvillerockets.com or the relevant age group coordinator with any inquiries.

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