Hatters 86 – 71 Leicester Riders- Match Report
Nottingham Wildcats 49 – 56 Hatters
Hatters 43 – 47 Manchester Mystics – Match Report
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 86 (21,39,61) (Gandy 24, Gayle 13, Winborne 12)
Leicester Riders 71 (20,33,56) (Winterburn 18, Hayward 10, Smith 9)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters ended the unbeaten start of Leicester Riders with an 86-71 victory.
Steph Gandy led the way with 24 points, while Brittany Winborne continued her dominance on the boards with 16 rebounds to go with 14 points.
Sheffield used a 7-0 run to gain an advantage in the opening period and had a slender lead at the ...Continue Reading →
City of Sheffield Hatters vs Manchester Mystics
The hatters had a learning curve in their game at home against Manchester Mystics on the 29th October. The team consisted of: Abbey Whitehouse (4), Alice Fallon (5), Zoe Kateregga (6), Maisie Melady (7), Jess Morey (8), Vanessa Chinyere-Oji (9), Gianah Modest (10), Maisie Palmer (11), Laetitia Kasongo (12), Charlotte Timms (13) and Morgan Peach (15). After a nail-biting game for both teams the mystics eventually came out on top with a 5 ...
Welcome….as it’s halfterm I have been away this week and missed training so am unaware of any last minute changes. If anybody knows anything which makes the following incorrect please comment!
On Saturday both of our junior teams have tough games. The U16s travel to Nottingham for a 12.30 tip whilst the U14s welcome Manchester Mystics to All Saints where they tip at 12noon.
Then on Sunday the Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters WBBL team face Leicester Riders at 1.00pm. The game is ...Continue Reading →
Hatters hit top gear as they keep Caledonia winless at the other end of the WBBL Championship
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 88 (21,45,73) (Gandy 27, Gayle 15, Winborne/Campbell 14)
Caledonia Pride 43 (16,18,33) (Oakes 14, Bastian/Macklemore 5)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters recorded an 88-43 triumph over Caledonia Pride for their second league win of the campaign.
Steph Gandy top scored with 27 points in the convincing 45-point success, while Georgia Gayle continued her strong start to the season with 15 points. There ...Continue Reading →
Sheffield Hatters vs Lancashire Spinners Bury
The hatters won once again against Lancashire as a repeat of their pre-season triumph against the other team. Hatters entered this game with only 10 players: Abbey Whitehouse (4), Alice Fallon (5), Zoe Kateregga (6), Morgan Peach (7), Giana Modest (8), Esme Mortimer (9), Jess Morey (10), Maisie Palmer (11), Laetitia Kasongo (12) and Charlotte Timms (13). The entire team played brilliantly and ended the game with a final score of Sheffield 89 – Lancashire ...Continue Reading →
City of Sheffield hatters vs Stockport Lapwings
Hatters once again dominated the court against Stockport Lapwings at home on the 15th of October as the 9 player team stormed to victory 116 – 23. The team players today were: Abbey Whitehouse (4), Alice Fallon (5), Zoe Kateregga (6), Maisie Melady (7), Jess Morey (8), Gianah Modest (10), Maisie Palmer (11), Laetitia Kasongo (12) and Charlotte Timms (13).
The hatters began their scoring spree in the first quarter, proving to the new team ...Continue Reading →
City of Sheffield Hatters vs Hatfield Fliers
The hatters added another win to their tally away against the Hatfield fliers on Sunday 23rd October. Hatters’ 9 player team consisted of: Abbey Whitehouse (4), Alice Fallon (5), Zoe Kateregga (6), Maisie Melady (7), Gianah Modest (8), Jess Morey (10), Maisie Palmer (11), Laetitia Kasongo (12) and Charlotte Timms (13).
The first quarter began quick move through the key by abbey to the basket earning the Hatters two free throws in the first ...Continue Reading →
This week all the Hatters action is on Sunday. The U14s travel to Hatfield to try and maintain their winning streak with a 12.15pm tip at Thrybergh Leisure Centre. Division 2 travel to Wellingborough to face Northamptonshire Titans at 3.30pm. The team is new and made up of students and a number of our U16 players. They are hoping to improve on their rather nervous start last week. The WBBL team had been expecting to travel too (to Scotland) ...Continue Reading →