|2011||Andrew Fithall||Committee Member|
|2011||Mark Jennings||Head Coach and Committee Member|
|2015||Jacinta Dimasi||A long serving coach going through from U8 to U18|
|2018||Penny Milhe||Long standing Committee Member and Coach|
Aged 54, Mark Warren Jennings passed away peacefully on Friday Dec.27, 2013. Dearly loved husband of Kerry. Adored father of Jessica, Matthew, Andrew, Luke & Chloe.
Mark was involved with Williamstown Cannons for many years from early 2000. He was Head Coach, coaching multiple teams and single-handedly coordinated all teams, Williamstown Cannons was a smaller club back then. Being on the committee, he represented the club at the Altona Bay Basketball Association and was well respected by all.
If it wasn’t for a determined gentleman like Mark, our club would not be here today.
On behalf of the Williamstown Cannons Club, we extend our condolences and our love and thoughts are with the Jennings family..
In 2014, the Williamstown Cannons Basketball Club named an award in honor of Mark Jennings which is presented each year to the best young player aged between U16 and U18 who is deemed to have made an exceptional contribution through leadership, dedication and service to the Williamstown Cannons Basketball Club and who is considered to be outstanding amongst their fellow team members.
|2014||Christina Popa||Under 16 Girls|
|2015||Luke Dawson||Under 18 Boys|
|2016||Jessie Milhe||Under 18 Girls|
|2017||Madison Finlay||Under 18 Girls|
|2018||Aimee Dervan||Under 16 Girls|
With the help of this grant funding, the Oxygen Club continued to fast grow with the number of all age players and coaches.
Above all Oxygen Club operated in a friendly fun filled environment where the focus was solely on all members.
From the start, Club’s members act in accordance with the special FIBA Code Comprehensive of Conduct and Ethics.
The basketball programme consists of one 30 min. session per week and all children are grouped on best ability.