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Hall of Fame Cup 2017

Date: February 17 - 19, 2017
Place: NL Sports Centre, St. John's
Teams: Top 8 Ranked Men's and Women's High School Teams

Schedule: Hall of Fame Tournament Schedule

2017 Hall of Fame Cup Schedule - Hall of Fame Tournament Schedule

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Game & Tournament Results

The Selection Committee urges all teams and tournament hosts to email/fax their results, using the forms below, to the provincial office immediately upon conclusion of the event. The second set of rankings is scheduled to be circulated on Feb 9th

Individual Game Results
Tournament Results

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Current Rankings # 3 for 2017

The Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Association (NLBA) have released the final rankings for the Hall of Fame Cup (Elite Eight) Championship to be held on February 17-19 at the NLSC in St. John's. Roger Head, Chair of the Hall of Fame Cup Program stated, "While certain teams were obvious choices, there were some tough decisions that had to be made for teams ranked between 5-9 places in the both genders." Mr. Head extended his gratitude to members of the selection committee who have placed countless hours into the process over the past 3 months and are comfortable with their decisions". Other members of the committee include: Bill Brophy, Doreen Pond, Randy Ball, Bill Hurley, Randy Ash, Gerard Brien and Bill Murphy. The top eight male and female teams are listed below.


Ranking # 3Women'sMen's
1Waterford ValleyPrince of Wales
2St. Kevin'sHoly Heart
3Holy HeartGonzaga
4ODonelWaterford Valley
5GonzagaO'Donel
6Prince of WalesFatima
7Holy TrinityMobile
8Mount PearlCorner Brook

Competition will commence on Friday afternoon and will conclude with the championship games slated for Sunday.

2016 Hall of Fame Tournament Schedule

Contact Name:
Contact Email Address:
Attach Application Form:


Game & Tournament Results

The Selection Committee urges all teams and tournament hosts to email/fax their results, using the forms below, to the provincial office immediately upon conclusion of the event. The second set of rankings is scheduled to be circulated in mid January.

Individual Game Results
Tournament Results

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Ranking Criteria

The top eight ranked men's and top eight ranked women's senior high school teams are selected to attend the Hall of Fame Cup each year. Rankings are based on exhibition, league, and tournament play throughout the year as interpreted by the ranking committee. For 2016 the committee consists of: Roger Head (Chair), Bill Murphy, Bill Brophy, Randy Ball, Peter Abbott, Doreen Pond and Tom Warren. The following criteria are used in developing rankings:

  1. # of losses against ranked teams
  2. # of wins against ranked teams
  3. # of losses to unranked teams
  4. # of ranked teams played
  5. Overall win/loss percentage
  6. Overall win/loss percentage against top 4 ranked teams
  7. Consistency of play
  8. Point spread between teams or groups of teams will be used in cases where required to make a decision.

Additional Criteria

  • The committee will take a schools location into consideration for the amount of games played and the distance to travel to competition. For example Labrador teams will not be expected to play the same amount of games as other schools.
  • The selection committee may take into account the previous year's team position if players are not graduated from the program. The teams' performances at provincial competition will count as needed for rankings.
  • The committee will take mainland competition and senior league play as ranked games if they feel the leagues / games are of ranking caliber.
  • The selection committee may take into consideration the minor championships from the previous year.
  • The NLBA will only permit senior high school teams to be ranked and invited to the Hall of Fame Cup. Only one team per school is permitted.
  • Only one team per school will be ranked and invited to the final competition. Schools will not be permitted to have two teams compete in the Hall of Fame Cup.
  • The Committee will not accept scores from teams utilizing Student/Athletes attending level IV.
  • In cases where schools are tied for specific positions the committees rulings are final.
  • FINAL RANKINGS: The committee will seek rankings from all High School Coaches ranked in the top 10 - 12 standings for each gender along with Memorial University Coaches. Also the number of games against the top 4 teams in the first and second rankings will be added to the process.

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