Was able to catch forward Naomi Campbell after practice for a quick interview, check it out:
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The City of Sheffield Hatters will be making their 9th appearance on Sunday in the National Cup Final against Team Northumbria. Currently the Hatters sit at the top of the league led by Steph Gandy, Helen Naylor, and Julie Page who all average about 18 points per game. The two teams have yet to meet this year in league play as their first encounter was forfeited by Team Northumbria. The Hatters, who will be well prepared to continue their stellar ...Continue Reading →
The City of Sheffield Hatters Women’s Basketball Club operates a “100 Club” to raise funds for the club. The profits go towards the running costs of the Club and its future development.
The 100 Club is open to members, their families and friends.
The cost of numbers to be entered into the monthly draw are £3 each.
A third of all income after expenses is paid out as prizes.
The prizes depend on the number of participants. If there are 100 members the annual prize ...Continue Reading →
Stockport had an early lead from the start of the tip. They were able to put pressure on the Hatters forcing them to make minor errors throughout the first half. The Hatters fought back to win the third quarter. Unfortunately, for the Hatters they could not hold on to their momentum and they were unable to recover from the mistakes that they made in the first half to overcome the deficit. Stockport defeated the Hatters by 35 with an ending ...Continue Reading →
Unfortunately due to bad weather The City of Sheffield Hatters’ Yorkshire Basketball League team had to postpone their first game of 2013 against Sheffield Gems on Friday 18th November. The U16s and Division 1’s games have also been postponed on Saturday 19th January.
The U16s home game on 20th January against Newcastle has been postponed as well as Division 1’s away game against Newham (NASSA) Stars. However ...Continue Reading →
MONTHLY BASKETBALL COMPETITION FOR UNDER 12′s
This is a friendly local initiative which provides an introduction to basketball competition. It is also suitable for young apprentice officials to train and gain experience, and for new coaches to get involved with the sport. Everyone signs up to the developmental ethos to ensure that the players have an enjoyable experience, to help encourage them to take up the sport and continue with their basketball at club level.
Following the meeting on the 15th February 2013 please see below the up and coming fundraising events over the coming months.
This weekend, the Sheffield Hatters (7-0) will be meeting up with two teams that they have yet to face this season. On Sunday, the Hatters host UWIC Archers (4-2) who currently sit in 4th place. After dropping their first two games this season, Cardiff have come back to win four straight. The Hatters will look to continue their strong play and gaining another victory. This game also welcomes back Lauren Thomas-Johnson who missed the last game in December as well ...Continue Reading →