Fixtures

Australia NBL1 East 05/21 07:00 - Canberra Gunners vs Central Coast Crusaders - View
Australia NBL1 East 05/28 06:00 - Manly Warringah Sea Eagles vs Canberra Gunners - View
Australia NBL1 East 06/04 09:00 - Inner West Bulls vs Canberra Gunners - View
Australia NBL1 06/09 09:00 - Canberra Gunners vs BA Coe - View
Australia NBL1 East 06/18 05:00 - Canberra Gunners vs Norths Bears - View
Australia NBL1 East 06/25 09:00 - Sutherland Sharks vs Canberra Gunners - View

Results

Australia NBL1 East 05/14 08:00 - [2] Canberra Gunners v Albury Wodonga Bandits [3] W 113-93
Australia NBL1 East 05/07 06:00 - [4] Canberra Gunners v Hills Hornets [11] W 95-83
Australia NBL1 East 05/01 05:00 - [10] Newcastle Falcons v Canberra Gunners [2] L 68-65
Australia NBL1 East 04/30 09:00 - [8] Maitland Mustangs v Canberra Gunners [3] W 83-88
Australia NBL1 East 04/10 05:00 - [1] Canberra Gunners v Illawarra Hawks NBL1 [9] L 89-97
Australia NBL1 East 04/09 05:00 - [3] Canberra Gunners v Sutherland Sharks [5] W 112-75
Australia NBL1 East 04/03 04:00 - Norths Bears v Canberra Gunners W 68-80
Australia Waratah League 06/26 04:00 - Canberra Gunners v Inner West Bulls - View
Australia Waratah League 06/20 04:00 - Newcastle Hunters v Canberra Gunners L 76-67
Australia Waratah League 06/19 09:00 - Maitland Mustangs v Canberra Gunners L 93-89
Australia Waratah League 05/29 03:00 - Canberra Gunners v Hornsby Spiders L 103-106
Australia Waratah League 05/22 08:00 - Canberra Gunners v Hills Hornets W 68-59

Wikipedia - Canberra Gunners

The Canberra Gunners are an Australian basketball team based in Canberra. The Gunners compete in the Men's NBL1 East and play their home games at Belconnen Stadium. The team is affiliated with Basketball ACT, the governing body for basketball in the Australian Capital Territory. Their sister team, the Canberra Capitals, play in the Women's NBL1 East.

In 1988, the Gunners made their debut in the SEABL. Former player Brad Barnes coached the Gunners to their first and so far only championship win in 2003 – a SEABL East Conference title. Canberra's NBL side, the Cannons, coincidentally folded in 2003, leaving the Gunners as the city's only elite male basketball team.

In November 2018, following the demise of the SEABL, the Gunners joined the Waratah League. The Waratah League was rebranded as NBL1 East for the 2022 season.