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We’re back and the ball is about to be tipped off for the new season!

As proud sponsors of the Auckland’s Secondary School basketball competition, Unitec is bringing back the Glory League and the Plays of the Week for you and your school.

All Secondary School players will be able to watch videos of their games, track their highlights and apply learnings to improve their play next time out.

What is Glory League?

Glory League provides an interactive online engagement platform that showcases our Think.Do approach to learning, by immersing Auckland basketball players in their game. Players will be able to watch videos of their games, track their highlight plays, and apply learnings to improve their play. 

Vote to Win

Support your School by voting for your favourite team. The play with the most votes, as voted by you wins the weekly prize. Vote here at the ABSLbasketball Facebook page.

Also one lucky voter selected at random will win a prize.

Winners will be announced every Friday at ABSLbasketball Facebook page.

The Ultimate Glory League Grand Prize

Last year Rutherford College and Waitakere College had a tie and both walked away with the play of the season, winning the Ultimate Glory League Prize Pack. This meant that Rutherford College and Waitakere College got their very own Glory League camera setup in their gym.
The winning play from each week will also go into the draw for the end of Season Grand prize. the Glory League Prize Pack, valued at $8000, to setup Glory League at your school!

The play with the most votes in the Unitec Think.Do Plays of the Season wins – so make sure you get behind your school and vote each week!

Competition Terms and Conditions

The Contest
  • Unitec Institute of Technology (“Unitec” or “we”) is the promoter of Unitec Think.do Plays of the Week (“the Contest”) which will be conducted in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
  • By entering the Contest, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
  • The Contest details are available on the ABSL website where this contest is being promoted.

The Prizes

  • The Grand prize will be the setting up Glory League in an ABSL affiliated Secondary School. If your school already has Glory league activated, you will be able to nominate any other ABSL affiliated school, with consent to receive the grand prize, which includes:
    • One Glory League camera installed, with an iPad
    • One-year subscription membership to Glory League
  • As part of this Contest, Unitec will also award weekly prizes to “Play of the Week” winner and any of those taking part in the voting on the Contest (“the Participants”);
  • As part of the promotion of this contest Unitec may also award spot prizes to any of those you taking part in the voting
  • The spot prizes will be any promotional goods and services Unitec deems suitable and will either be couriered to each of the winners or delivered to them at a place to be agreed.
  • Each week, at least 3 plays will be featured on the Facebook page where this Contest is being promoted.
  • No prizes are transferable or redeemable for cash, credit or product and no exchanges are offered. 

How to Enter

  • An entry into the Contest consists of a Unitec Secondary School Basketball player being selected by Unitec and ABSL for one of the “Unitec Plays of the Week”, or one vote on the “Plays of the Week”.
  • The selection of the Plays of the Week by Unitec and ABSL is final.
  • A name, email address and contact number must be supplied in the event your entry wins. The contact information supplied will be used only to contact you if your entry wins and not for any other purposes.
  • Playing in the Glory League supported leagues the Participant agrees that they are eligible and can be entered into the Contest.
  • By voting on the Contest the Participant agrees that they have entered into the Contest.
  • If an eligible school has more than 1 team competing in the Unitec Secondary School Basketball competition, a maximum of two entries per school are permitted for the Grand Prize.

Choosing the Winning Play of the Week Entry

  • There will be an opportunity for votes to be cast using the Contest Facebook page each week, between 3pm Tuesday and 8pm Thursday, the first week of the competition beginning Tuesday 21 May 2019
  • Following this voting period, the entry with the highest number of votes will be announced as the weekly winner.
  • The Winning Individual will be the individual represented in the video for voting.
  • The Winning Individual will be chosen solely on the basis of public voting on the Contest Facebook page.

Notifying the Winning Individual of the Plays of the Week

  • The contact person who entered the winning play will be contacted via email and/or their contact number following the announcement.

Choosing the Winning Entry for the Grand Prize

  • There will be an opportunity for votes to be cast using the Contest Facebook page between, beginning Tuesday 3pm on 13 August 2019 until 7pm on Thu 26th August 2019.
  • Following this voting period, the entry with the highest number of votes will be announced as the Grand Prize winner.
  • The Winning Individual and School will be the individual and school represented in the video for voting.
  • The Winning Individual will be chosen solely on the basis of public voting on the Contest Facebook page.

Important Dates

  • Weekly contest voting opens from 3pm every Tuesday and will remain until 8pm Thursday.
  • Contest voting for the Grand Prize opens from 3pm, Tuesday 13th August 2019 until 7pm, Thursday 22nd August 2019.
  • The entry with the highest number of votes will be announced as the 2019 Play of the Week Winning Individual at 7pm, Thursday 22nd August 2019 at the Greater Auckland Championships at Eventfinda Stadium.

Disclaimers and Qualifications

  • Other than what is stated, the Prize does not cover any additional expenses incurred as part of installing the Prize, including (but not limited to) future subscriptions to Glory League, removal of the Glory League setup. 
  • The use of a yearly membership to Glory League will have limits based on reasonably expected levels of use. At the Secondary School level this level of use is 5 minutes viewing time per user, pre week.
  • Glory League reserves the right to define and redefine a limited number of users who are allowed to access to the Glory league platform. For the purposes of this contest an indication of what this may be determined to be is 300 members for the winning Secondary School for the period of one year.
  • Unitec may vary these Terms and Conditions and may terminate, suspend, modify or cancel the Contest, or the Prize at any time without notice.
  • This Contest is no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. Any information you provide is to the administrators of the Contest page and not to Facebook. 
  • This Contest is no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. Any information you provide is to the administrators of the Contest page and not to Facebook. 

Unitec reserves the right to disqualify any entry which Unitec has reason to believe has breached any of these conditions, or engaged in any unlawful or other improper misconduct calculated to jeopardise the fair and proper conduct of the Contest.