The Hatters got off to a slow start against Barking Abbey on Saturday night as Barking were able to get out in front of the Hatters and secure a short lead. The Hatters struggled offensively as their shots were not falling. Barking won the first quarter 12-16.
Hatters would regain the lead in second quarter as they began to find their rhythm behind Helen Naylor and her sister Sarah Cooney. The two would help to push the Hatters in front and ...Continue Reading →
Saturday, at the Hatters home gym, All Saints, the Hatters faced their toughest battle so far this season when they hosted the Nottingham Wildcats. After winning the tap, the Wildcats were not able to get a basket as the Hatters raced down the court, getting the ball to Sarah Cooney who would score the first 3 points of the game. The Wildcats would answer back scoring two points, but the Cooney’s sister Helen Naylor would come down and score another ...Continue Reading →
There is a reason why the City of Sheffield Hatters are the most successful basketball team in England. Teamwork.
After winning their 16th National Cup Final since 1990 with a 67-55 win over Team Northumbria at Ponds Forge on Sunday, the Hatters continue the battle to get better.
The Hatters ...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 →
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 →
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 →