Basketball for girls [B&W]

Australia, 1954

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This film shows basketball as a game of skill, based on cooperative team play. It is presented in eleven sequences to enable discussion and clarification of the points in each. A short description of the game follows, then particular aspects are fully explained and demonstrated. Common faults are shown and the necessity for regular practice of court system is stressed.

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