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Attached is a list of dates which may cause disruption to the usual weekly programme and on occasions will mean a full cancellation of the session for some users.
As you know we aim to keep the disruptions/cancellations to a minimum but there are a number of events/school events that we have to accommodate.
To have been chosen to represent my country is a considerable honour, one of which not many people will get to experience. It all started in Leeds where I was called up for the first of many camps.
I was very nervous to begin with as I was new to this whole process but I soon settled in with the squad. The preparation games that we had against Ireland, Sweden, France and Bulgaria gave the squad valuable experience, and along with ...Continue Reading →
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 ...
In their first game of the Sureshot National Cup Hatters u16 team met Stockport at home. A high octane first quarter resulted in a 28-11 score line in favour of the Hatters. A lower defensive intensity from the Hatters made for a closer second quarter although Hatters were still in ...Continue Reading →
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters are launching three satellite clubs across Sheffield to help increase basketball participation in the city. Please find a local school near you and join in the fun.
North Satellite Centre: ECCLESFIELD SCHOOL – MONDAYS – 4.30-5.30PM -STARTING 11 NOV – INTRODUCTORY OFFER £1.00 PER SESSION (GIRLS AGED 11-16)
West Satellite Centre: TAPTON SCHOOL – SUNDAYS – 10-11AM – STARTING 10 NOV – COST £2 PER SESSION (GIRLS AGED 11-16)
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The City of Sheffield Hatters came out strong taking an early lead against the Stockport Lapwings as they scored 14 points within the first 5 minutes of the game to Stockport’s nil, and 5 points of the Hatters 14, were scored from free throws. As the quarter went on, the ...Continue Reading →
Hatters took a 7 point lead with no reply from Leeds until the 4th minute and finished the 1st quarter 25-11 up. They continued to work hard to extend their lead to 48-19 at half time. Leeds came back with 5 quick points at the start of the second half. Hatters responded with baskets from Croodwin, Axelby and Bennett and continued to increase their lead, finishing 70-28 at the end of the 3rd quarter. Hatters held Leeds with good defence ...Continue Reading →