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Sevenoaks Suns 76-70 Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters (17-18, 42-37, 59-61)
Sevenoaks Suns held onto top spot in the WBBL Championship as they held off Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters in a top three battle.
The Hatters had won on Friday night but were unable to inflict a second loss on the Suns – who stretch their advantage over Leicester Riders.
Leading scorers – Fritz 19, Carr 13, Pressley 11 (Suns) – Gregory 19, Gandy 16, Woods 15 (Hatters)
Turning point – Having trailed at the half, Sheffield edged ...Continue Reading →
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 79-60 Oaklands Wolves (14-21, 40-37, 60-47)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters continued their winning run as they defeated Oaklands Wolves 79-60 on BBC Sport.
The hosts made it five straight league wins to move to a 13-4 record as they strengthen their grip on third spot.
Leading scorers – Ashton 21, Woods 20, Gandy 13 (Hatters) – Morris 13, Harrison 10, Freeman 8 (Wolves)
Turning point – The Hatters were dealt an early blow with an injury to Helen Naylor and they trailed early ...Continue Reading →
So another busy weekend for the Hatters starts early this week when the Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters play Oakland Wolves at 5.04pm this afternoon (Friday). This game is at the EIS before the Sheffield Sharks game at 7.30pm. The game is being broadcast by the BBC (hence the precise timing). Despite the change of venue the price for just the Hatters game is the same as usual home games (just £2 and £1 for concessions) and you can pay on ...Continue Reading →
Our beloved mini-bus has finally gone over the rainbow bridge to mini-bus heaven, It’s served us well for the past 13 years, and helped us to provide countless opportunities for the 7 inclusive teams we run for girls and women aged from 7 to 60+. A mini-bus enables us to transport girls and women, who are unable to travel to games that take place across the country. It allows us to reach communities from across Sheffield City Region, and without ...Continue Reading →
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 93-62 Manchester Mystics (27-19, 49-28, 75-53)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters produced a strong first half on their way to a victory over Manchester Mystics in a top-four battle on Sunday.
The hosts claim outright third spot in the league as they move to a 12-4 record ahead of the Mystics.
Leading scorers – Naylor 26, Woods 17, Ashton 16 (Hatters) – Jones 22, Bailey 16, Roscoe 8
Turning point – After putting up 27 points in the opening period, Sheffield pulled further ...Continue Reading →