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15/11/2014 – Hatters v Leicester Riders – WBBL

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Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 85 (27,50,63) (Naylor 29, Gandy 15, Campbell 10)
Leicester Riders 73 (16,24,43) (Bratka 33, Bailey 11, Bratka 10)

In the only WBBL Championship game of the day, Helen Naylor put together an impressive performance as Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters defeated Leicester Riders 85-73 on Saturday.

Having improved to a 4-1 record, the Hatters are now joint second in the league standings with Team Northumbria, who have an identical record. Meanwhile, it was already the third loss in a ...

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Friday Forum (Nov 14th)

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Hi everyone and welcome back!  Thanks to those of you who made comments last week.  It really is good to know I’m not just talking to myself when I write this!  Firstly apologies if any of the following is wrong but I have been working away in Coventry this week so have not had a chance to check with the teams but have had to rely on my latest fixture list!  If anyone knows anything different please comment so we all ...

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Steph Gandy Named in WBBL Team of the Week

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The Great Britain national team player has been out injured for a while, but made her belated return to action with a real bang after an excellent display against Sevenoaks Suns. Gandy was pivotal in the success for Hatters who had benefitted from an extended break. She took her first of what is likely to be numerous WBBL double-doubles this season by racking up 16 points and 11 rebounds to take her side to victory.

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8/11/2014 – Hatters v Sevenoaks Suns – WBBL

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Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 73 (17,37,57) (Naylor 20, Gandy 16, Cooney 8, Reese 8)
Sevenoaks Suns 49 (7,22,32) (Bright 22, Busch 7, Nikitinaite 6)

Westfied Health Sheffield Hatters got back to winning ways in the WBBL Championship on Saturday with a 73-49 victory against the visiting Sevenoaks Suns at the All Saints High School to improve to a 3-1 record in the league.

The hosts took command right from the get-go, building up a double-digit advantage already in the opening quarter. Leading ...

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Helen Naylor is raring to go ahead of a WBBL super Saturday

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After being without a game last weekend, the Hatters are back in action with a home game against Sevenoaks Suns tomorrow on a busy day of action, with no fewer than five games taking place.

Naylor has been the outstanding player for Hatters so far – although admits it hasn’t all been smooth running.

She said, “First of all, what an exciting start to the season it has been and with such a strong league this year, the competition is fierce and ...

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Friday Forum

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It has been brought to my attention that there are people out there reading the posts I have made for the last few weeks about the weekend games.  In future my posts will be called Friday Forum.  My hope is that some of you reading these posts might make contributions of your own by adding comments.  You might like to let us know that you are coming to one or more of the games or perhaps tell us which game ...

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Busy Saturday at All Saints

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This Saturday sees three Hatters games back to back at All Saints School.  The action begins at 12 noon when the U14s take on Manchester Mystics who are currently unbeaten having won their first three league games.  The Hatters have also won all their games but had to concede their first game of the season due to a technicality. Next up is a women’s league game when the Sheffield Hallam Hatters (also known as Div 2) face Mansfield Giants at 2.00pm.  Mansfield ...

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Best Ever Race Night & The Fish Race!!

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Thanks to everyone who came to our annual race night on Monday, we raised more money on the night than we have ever done before.

As well as the races we had a number of games throughout the evening, including the our first ever ‘Fish Race’ !!! the aim of the game is to use a newspaper to blow your paper fish across the finish line.

Lining up on the start line were, Abbey Whitehouse, JD Quinn, Molly Axelby, Zoe Silcock, Evie Smyth, Maria Colom,, ...

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