A South West basketball coach facing a string of child sex charges relating to two teenage girls he allegedly met through community sport has had his bail extended. Dylan Mck Pillage, 26, is accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in 2017 and using social media to expose the other 14-year-old to indecent material last year. Police allege he met the two victims during his involvement as a coach, player and umpire with community basketball in a South West town but it is understood he did not directly coach either girl. He has been charged with eight counts of sexual penetration of a child over 13 and under 16, one count of attempted sexual penetration of a child over 13 and under 16 and one count of using electronic communication to expose a child under 16 years to indecent matter. Mr Pillage appeared in Bunbury Magistrate’s Court today and was granted a four week adjournment for his lawyer to review the disclosure. Magistrate Belinda Coleman extended Mr Pillage’s bail until he reappears on November 19 when he is expected to enter pleas.