Lady Rocks Basketball
Lady Rocks Basketball was founded in 2006 by Lisa Palombo and the late Jim Lay. The club was previously named St Maurice's JRW (John Robert Wooden) Gladiators and were renamed Lady Rocks in 2009.
Lady Rocks is currently one of the leading female basketball clubs in Scotland, with teams playing in the Scottish Basketball Championship at the following age groups:
Lady Rocks Basketball also provide community participation and development opportunities within a youth programme, working with girls age 7-12 years.
Lady Rocks has over 120 female playing members and takes pride in the quality of service and experiences offered, to members across the club.
Lady Rocks Basketball are fully committed to the development of people, through the pursuit of basketball excellence and female leadership.
Lady Rocks embrace a holistic approach to player development, enhancing the physical, mental, emotional, and social health and wellbeing of all.
We bring innovative and inspiring approaches to our player development pathway and work by a clear set of values. Lady Rocks aim to provide a range of playing and leadership opportunities, that will cultivate positive cultural health change across our Scottish community.
Lady Rocks’ ambition is to enhance their current club provision, by adding an elite Academy and WBBL programme to the top of their pathway, thus making Lady Rocks the first and only club in Scotland, to offer an exhaustive pathway of opportunity for girls and women.
Our club is built on three ‘pillars’. They are;