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Later hats and white cloth Phantom logo badges for the uniforms were introduced.A few social initiatives were introduced with the most popular being bus trips to National Baketball League (NBL) games.The club also began to produce some referees after a successful idea was implemented that the club would subsidise the uniforms of any club member who undertook the training course.

By 1987 the club had grown to over 13 teams with most teams training on the YPS outdoor ashpalt courts.

As the club grew it was decided indoor training facilities were required, so in 1987 the club first began to use the indoor courts at St. 20 years on the club still utilises this facility for training, amongst several others.

During the 1980's social nights were a big part of the club's success.

Fundraisers consisted of gatherings at Barry and Pam Ellis' famous Wool Shed in Doreen, whilst the club also held several "Spit Nights" at the Doreen Town Hall.

Rob Underwood was another parent who made an enormous contribution in these early days taking on many roles on the committee.

In the late 1980's the club also began to get into merchandise with Yarrambat Phantoms socks and jackets.In 2004 Melissa Eames returned for another term as President, along with new committee member Rita Mecuri.Rita became the driving force for many successful fundraisers including Easter raffles, chocolate drives and the popular "Snakes Alive" fundraiser.Bruce Robinson succeeded Melissa Eames as President of the club.During this period the club's senior teams continue to wear the YBC colours, but essentially are separate to the running of YBC, whilst YBC focuses on the Junior Domestic level of competition.YBC committee meetings were held in a variety of places including the Brownie Hall (behind Yarrambat Kindergarten) and old classrooms in the YPS.

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