Hi and welcome to a very late posting…..in fact it is technically Saturday here already. Anyway my only excuse is that I was waiting to hear about last minute changes to this weekend’s games so that I could give you all the correct info on what is a busy and very important couple of days for the Hatters.
The action begins on Saturday as Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters make the trip to Cardiff for their penultimate league game. The Hatters are ...Continue Reading →
Sorry for the delay in posting especially as it is such an important weekend for three of our teams.
First up at 1.00pm today the U16s welcome County Upper Wolves to All Saints for their first round playoff game. A win would see them through to the last eight but a loss means the end of their season so do get down and support them if you can.
Meanwhile the WBBL Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters will be travelling to the Morningside Arena ...Continue Reading →
Happy Easter to you all…..hope you enjoy your long weekend (assuming you do have time off!) It is a quiet weekend for the Hatters with just the Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters WBBL team in action. They travel to Manchester on Saturday for their second group Trophy game. A win will see them through to the semi-final whilst a loss would mean all 3 teams would be equal on points! The tip is at 4pm at the National Basketball Performance Centre.
As ...Continue Reading →
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Not sure if you’ve heard, but Friday, April 27th is a big day for us. We’ve got our annual fundraising dinner coming up at Brookfield Manor in Derbyshire. Now I’ve only been in the UK for a few months, but I’ve come to learn that anything held at a Manor is bound to be associated with some elite experiences. So I took the liberty to google some images of the location for our grand dinner, ...Continue Reading →
Welcome to a very late Friday Forum……sorry I have been out all day. The U14s have completed their fixtures and have finished top of the North section so will have a home fixture in the upcoming playoffs. The U18s have also completed their fixtures and are second in the North to Charnwood but must wait until all fixtures are complete before they know their playoff position.
The U16s have one more fixture to play tomorrow (Saturday) when they travel to Nottingham ...Continue Reading →
A fairly quiet weekend for the Hatters as the end of the regular season approaches for the junior teams and the WBBL moves into the Trophy games.
The only National League game this weekend is for the U14s who travel the short distance to play Hatfield at 12.15pm on Sunday.
The U16s (who have just one more league game to play next weekend) and U18s (who have completed their fixtures) will be watching for other results which can still affect playoff positions.
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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 →