Girls aged 13-15 5-6.30pm Cost £3.00
Girls aged under 11 5-6.30pm Cost £2.50
Girls aged 11-13 5-6.30pm Cost £3.00
Women’s 6.30-8.00pm Cost £3.00
The Westfield Health City of Sheffield Hatters under 14s squad can now call themselves the number one team in England.
The Hatters came out on top of the England Basketball weekend after defeating the Manchester Mystics 76-53 in the semi-finals, and beating the Southend Swifts in the finals 74-62.
The Hatters were carried with a brilliant performance by fourteen-year-old Shauna Harrison who recorded a total of 77 points for both games. Harrison was a dominant and a standout player amongst the rest ...Continue Reading →
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters cruised to an 88-49 win over Manchester Mystics to book their place in the semi-finals.
Mystics kept it close for the opening period, trailing by just three, but Hatters turned it into a whitewash from there on out.
Helen Naylor had 21 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists to lead Sheffield, who were boosted by the return of GB’s Lauren Thomas-Johnson, who finished with 10 points, ...
Division 1 have two more home games before Christmas. The first is this Saturday (14.12.13) at 1.00pm. The team are playing Sevenoaks at All Saints so why not come down and support them. Next week on Saturday 21st the team play their last game of 2013 v Loughborough at 2.00pm. Don’t forget they begin 2014 by taking part in the Betty Codona Classic at Nottingham.
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This new competition is probably the most ambitious ever attempted in Women’s Basketball. It is due to be staged over three days from the 3rd to the 5th January 2014 at the Nottingham Wildcats Arena in Bakersfield, Nottingham. All eight of the National League Division 1 sides will be entered, with their seeding being taken from team’s league positions at the end of ...
On Sunday the Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters clinched the number one spot in the England Basketball League after their victory over the Loughborough Riders. The Hatters defeated the Riders 92-82 but it was a hard fought road to secure the win.
At the end of the first half the Hatters and the Riders were tied 44 all. With both teams coming off of wins the night before, it appeared ...
City of Sheffield Hatters U14s Girls were left to rue a host of missed free throws as they went down to a hard fought 54-59 defeat in Manchester. An evenly matched 1st quarter started with the lead changing hands on a number of occasions before Manchester edged a one point lead at 19-18. The 2nd ...