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So play-offs have arrived and Hatters Junior teams have some of the most important games of the year. If they lose the games it will be their last of the season! On Saturday the U14s must travel south to play Surrey Goldhawks in their QF match which tips at 1pm. Then on Sunday the U16s also travel South this time to face Haringey Angels for a 1.30pm tip in their QF. We wish them safe journeys and the best of ...Continue Reading →
Happy Easter. No games this weekend but just wanted to invite you all to our Sports Dinner on Wednesday 6th April 2016 at the Holiday Inn (Royal Victoria Hotel), Sheffield.
This will be a fun and enjoyable evening, not only helping to raise money for the club but to recognise and celebrate the club’s success.
We would like to ask for your support in buying a table at the dinner. The cost of which is £300 for a table of 10 ...
Saturday 5th March 2016 2pm tip off
City of Sheffield Hatters U18’s needed one last win against Nottingham Wildcats at home to confirm their top spot in the Northern League. Nottingham were in third place looking to overcome the 72-91 defeat against Hatters early in the new year.
Hatters began the game with some excellent defence restricting Nottingham to outside shots and moving ...
Hi and welcome to an important weekend for our junior teams as the season nears its end and playoffs beckon. First the U14s face Nottingham at 12noon at All Saints on Saturday. A win would ensure that they finish 2nd in the league. That game is immediately followed at 2pm by the U18s vs Nottingham this time a victory would mean that they win their league. Then on Sunday the U16s must travel to Manchester for a 3pm tip. They ...Continue Reading →
To help with the running costs of of the club we will be holding a Sports Dinner on Wednesday 6th April 2016 at the Holiday Inn, Sheffield.
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On Saturday 27th February, the Hatters U18’s made the long trip up to Newcastle for their last away game of the regular season. Despite the long journey they came out firing with a 9-0 run to begin the game and their dominance continued for the quarter leading to a 28-11 advantage behind 11 points from Eleanor Goodwin. The highlight of the quarter was a spectacular under pressure swished shot from Beth Rutherford to beat the 24 second clock. The second ...Continue Reading →