Community Sports Mentoring & Coaching

Community Sports Mentoring and Coaching (CSMC) was set up to support positive engagement and lifelong inclusion of youth in community life through sport and active recreation participation.  Our organisation seeks to provide opportunities for positive growth, skills development and employment opportunities to all multicultural groups through the provision of tailored, sustainable and practical programs in key locations.

The goal of the CSMC program is to reinforce the messages of achieving a good education and the available opportunities after doing so.  Also, we aim to build on knowledge, attitude and behaviours of living a healthy lifestyle.

Areas of Focus

Physical Activity | Nutrition | Harmful Substances | Healthy Relationships | Cultural History & Identity | Leadership | Education and Training


Young Indigenous Basketball Academy


The Young Indigenous Basketball Academy is a skills, mentoring and support program designed to assist in the development of basketball pathways while supporting improvements in educational engagement and outcomes and employment opportunities for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander basketballers.



The clinics introduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth to the game of basketball to increase participation rates and increase their current knowledge, skills and enjoyment of the game. The clinics provide opportunities for players to be mentored in personal growth in terms of leadership skills, teamwork and confidence and help us achieve our overall goal of reinforcing the importance of a healthy lifestyle and a good education.

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Brian Kerle Basketball collects good quality shoes, socks, shorts, singlets and t-shirts to be used to help homeless and disadvantaged youth and adults. If you can assist with donations, call Brian on 0488690877 or drop the goods directly to

Hibiscus Stadium: 90 Klumpp Rd. Upper Mount Gravatt.



The CSMC Program is an opportunity to have early and continuous intervention, creating a positive pathway into their adulthood. Community members and key government agencies have requested such a program and a diverse range of community events as they are a reflection of the positive attitudes and changes in their local community.

For more information contact Brian Kerle on 0488 690 877.