SBA Basketball Trainers
Our trainers have trained and taken part in the toughest clubs and leagues in Singapore. We have committed our youth to this sport and won many medals for Singapore and our clubs. We imbue ourselves with the highest standard of sportsmanship and resilience. We take pride in coaching the next generation of players with our years of experiences and trainings.
Founder, Coach Wong Wei Long
Wong Wei Long Elite Basketball Camp at OCBC Arena Stadium featured by The Newspaper
SG National Men’s Basketball Players
Our Prestige Girls Trainers
Coach Jing Wen has been playing the game of basketball for 10 years. Holding various leadership role throughout the years of playing and was a member of the National Youth Squad, she has been coaching for close to a year now with trainees that is U8 – U14.
Through the love that she has for the game, Coach Jing Wen finds joy in helping people thrive and she hopes to impact young kids to have passion for basketball.
Our Senior Trainers
Coaches that competed for Singapore National Team and Played in Major Leagues in Singapore as well as overseas tournaments.
Toh Qing Huang
Qing Huang is an active member in the Singapore National Basketball Men’s team. He is a member of the local professional team, Singapore Slingers. In 2014, Qing Huang assisted his team to win many competitions. His team, Adroit Sports Association, came in first in the Pro-Am Basketball League tournament in which he was awarded the Young Player of the Year award. In the same year, the Singapore National Basketball Men’s team clinched 1st position in the 2014 SEABA Stankovic Cup, and 2nd position in the 9th SEABA Champions Cup for Men.
Larry was scouted to join the Singapore National Basketball youth team at the age of 14, undergoing the National Youth Programme, he was selected to be a Youth Olympian in 2010 where he and 3 other teammates are the only Youth Olympian in history. Then, he was recruited by the Singapore Slingers in 2014 to play in the ASEAN Basketball League and has been a key player in the team till today.
Wu QIng De
At a tender age of 19, Qing De was invited to join the Singapore National Basketball Men’s team and has been a member of the team ever since. Qing De then started with the Singapore Slingers as a part-time player, and later on deferred school for a year in order to pursue his professional career with the Singapore Slingers and entered the organization as a full-time player.
Leon was selected to join the Singapore National Basketball Youth team at a tender age of 14, and is an active member of the Singapore National Basketball Men’s team. Where he assisted the team to a bronze medal at the 28th Southeast Asia Games. He is currently a proud member of the only local professional team, Singapore Singers.
Chu Jia Jia
Jia Jia, a proud member of Singapore’s National Women’s Team which recently bagged home a bronze medal at the 2015 Women’s SEABA Championship held in Malacca, Malaysia which is Singapore’s only medal in the past 15 years for Women’s basketball. As a coach, she has vast experience working alongside local and international students for the past 9 years.
Diane Seow, selected in the national youth girls team at the age of 14 has been a key member of the squad because of her never-say-die attitude. Now, she is a part of the National Women’s team that will look to fight for a medal in the 2017 Southeast Asia Games. Her tenacity and aggressiveness towards basketball has been the key in her success in the sport.
Eng Mun Ling
Mun Ling was selected into the national youth squad at the age of 15 despite picking up basketball at 13. She also secured the opportunity to represent Singapore for the 6th Asean School Games. Currently in her 3rd year playing for Republic Polytechnic, she managed to lead the team in POL-ITE to 2 bronze medals in 2015 and 2016.