Durham Palatinates 52-93 Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters (21-27, 25-51, 37-72)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters continued their unbeaten start to the season in fine form with a convincing 93-52 road victory over Durham Palatinates.
After a back and forth opening quarter, the road team flexed their muscle with a game-defining 24-4 run. Helen Naylor led the way for the visitors with an efficient 24 points, as the Championship leaders move to 5-0. Durham, meanwhile, will have to wait at least another week before ...Continue Reading →
Sheffield Hatters under 18s came up against a gutsy West Brom side at All Saints. The Hatters girls put on a series of fast breaks, with quick and accurate passing and strong driving runs that were too powerful for West Brom, but to West Broms credit they never gave up and scored a lovely 3 pointer. All the girls got on the scoresheet today.
Catherine 27 points
First of all sorry that there was no Friday Forum last week, hope it doesn’t mean anyone missed any of the games. Pleased to say all 4 teams played and all 4 teams won! Remember if there is no Friday Forum you can always check for games on the WBBL website and Basketball England.
This weekend 3 of the teams are in action again whilst the U14 game has been postponed. There are two home games on Saturday at All Saints. ...Continue Reading →
Team Northumbria 65-72 Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters (16-22, 34-38, 56-52)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters extended their unbeaten start to the league campaign
Leading Scorers – Gorrell 19, Ward 12, Simioni/Ovner 10 (Northumbria); Woods 27, Gandy 19, Velkey 10 (Hatters)
Turning Point – After the home side used a strong third quarter to take a four-point lead into the final period, Sheffield started the fourth with a 10-0 run and they were able to close out the victory.
Key Stat – Sheffield out-rebounded their opponents ...Continue Reading →
Sheffield Hatters under 18’s came up against a very determined Leeds Force side at All Saints. The Hatters girls started off well scoring 18 points in the 1st quarter to Leeds 12. Leeds then brought the mini battle to 1 all outscoring the Hatters 15 vs 16. The halftime score finished 33 vs 28 to the Hatters. In the 3rd quarter the girls really picked up the pace pressurising the Leeds offense and defense picking up 19 points to Leeds ...Continue Reading →
There you are, 14 years old, entering high school for the very first time in the United States. A young lady waiting to enter the stage of life where you really begin to think about your “future”, start being more responsible for your actions, and you start to decide what type of person you want to be. You know for sure you want to play on the girls’ basketball team; you’ve been playing on recreational teams since you ...Continue Reading →