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Become a Score Table Official

Step 1: Develop curiosity in Officiating Basketball

  • Looking to give back to the sport of basketball?
  • Looking to smarten up your on-court game?
  • Want to meet some new people?
  • What to learn a new skill?
  • Know the rules of Basketball?

Step 2: Register as a score table official online at Darwin Basketball Association

  • Register as a score table official via GameDay here

Capturing your information helps DBA to provide the best possible experience to you as score table officials, including but not limited to:

  • Helping DBA to plan more exciting training and accreditation opportunities
  • Helping DBA to plan more pathway opportunities including attending national championships and representative events as score table officials
  • Helping DBA to identify potential leaders and providing them with the opportunity to display and grow their leadership skills

Step 3: Attend score table training

  • All levels are available including beginners, training is provided on demand, please register here to express your interest in becoming a score table official for those interested in prior learning an introductory video is available here

If you have any further questions please contact us


  • Call Darwin Basketball Association’s office on 8945 4666


  • Come and visit us at 220 Abala Road, Marrara, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm in the DBA office


If you have any questions in regards to score table official Working with Children Check’s please email

If you have any questions in regard to score table official payments after officiating a game please email

Scoretable National Pathway
Level 0/1: Beginner Level – courses conducted at the association for those who are interested in learning how to do score table for junior and senior games, express your interest by registering here for those interested in prior learning an introductory video is available here

Level 2: Timed games – Improve your skills with junior timed games, senior division 1 games and DBA Premier League games

Level 3: Interstate and National level games – NBL1, NBL, WNBL, NWBL, WNWBL

Level 4: International level games – eg. Commonwealth & Olympic Games. Courses available through Basketball Australia.

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