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Nothing But Net

Neighbourhood outdoor basketball courts around the city.

Angel Panag, August 18, 2022 // Brantford, OntarioA net at the Charlie Ward Park in East Ward. Photo credit Angel Panag.


One thing about our city is that we sure know how to celebrate our athletes. Who knows? Maybe one day we’ll even see the rise of our own hometown basketball phenom. 

Half court or full court, North End to Eagle Place — there’s no shortage of public courts in Brantford.


Bike racks and a full court at the Charlie Ward Park in East Ward. Photo credit Angel Panag.

Full court at Tutela Park in Eagle Place. Photo credit Angel Panag.

Full court at City View Park in Terrace Hill. Photo credit Angel Panag.

Donegal Park in West Brant is equipped with lighting for night play. Photo credit Angel Panag.

Johnson Park in Cainsville, a popular half court for teenagers. Photo credit Angel Panag.


Summer isn’t quite done yet. Get out there while you still can! 

What’s your favourite place to shoot hoops? Let us know in the comments.


Brantford’s native son, Angel spent much of his life living in the far reaches of Canada. After graduating from Dalhousie University, he began a career as a public servant and later in human rights. Meanwhile, remaining strongly rooted in the arts - DJing, managing musicians, producing films, and performing on Broadway. Angel strongly believes in the power the arts have to inspire, and transform communities and people. He is currently a final year Law student, and is excited to help tell stories from his hometown.


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