There is just one game this weekend, which sees our WBBL side travel to Northumbria on Sunday for a 3pm tip.Continue Reading →
Hatters leave Sport Central with perfect Trophy record intact
WBBL Trophy, North Group
Team Northumbria 84 (21,43,61) (Gorrell 28, Bonnenberger 24, Fong Lyew Quee 15)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 94 (27,46,71) (Naylor/Gandy 25, Winborne 17)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters made it four wins from four in the WBBL Trophy after defeating Team Northumbria 84-94 on the road.
Helen Naylor and Steph Gandy led the way with 25 points apiece in the win with the Hatters already assured of top spot in the North ...Continue Reading →
Surrey Goldhawks v Sheffield Hatters
The girls enjoyed their second victory of the new national premier league, away against Surrey Goldhawks. The girls started the game with great intensity and confidence leading 13-4 at the end of the first.
Continuing the pressured defence from the whole team and strong offensive and defensive rebounding from Tash Matawe, Hatters managed to keep the home side to just 7 second quarter points to lead 21-11 at the half.
leading into the third quarter hatters again started ...Continue Reading →
Steph Gandy and Georgia Gayle lead Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters into the WBBL Trophy semi-finals.
WBBL Trophy, North Group
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 74 (22,40,56) (Gandy 25, Gayle 20, Winborne 10)
Manchester Mystics 60 (15,24,44) (Jones 22, Bailey 11, Browne 9)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters will progress to the WBBL Trophy semi-finals, in their pursuit of a third straight Trophy crown, after over-powering Manchester Mystics by 74-60 on Saturday afternoon.
Hatters are unbeaten at home against Mystics in five WBBL meetings over ...Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Vanessa for receiving the WBBL Coach of the Month Award for January.
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Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters’ play-caller Vanessa Ellis has been crowned Molten WBBL Coach of the Month for January.
Ellis has guided her team to an unbeaten start to 2017 after masterminding four victories in as many games during the period, with a pair of WBBL Championship triumphs and a couple of wins in the WBBL Trophy.
Hatters opened up January with a dominant 95-69 road win at Cardiff Met ...
Our second match of the new national premier league was away at Northampton.
The girls had a great start leading 11-17 at the end of the first quarter.
By Half time, the score was pretty much even going to the half time break leading 26-28.
We showed a lot of grit and determination working hard particularly in defence.
The third quarter continued in the same vain, a very close score line but the lead had changed hands finishing 40-39.