Caledonia Pride 71-86 Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters (12-20, 20-43, 49-63)
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters inflicted a second home loss of the weekend on Caledonia Pride as they came away with the road triumph.
Helen Naylor made WBBL history by becoming the first player to get to 1000 Championship points in helping the Hatters to the win.
Leading scorers – Oakes 21, Thomson 19, Reynolds 13 (Pride) – Gandy 25, Naylor 19, Woods 16 (Hatters)
Turning point – Hatters made a strong start and a blistering second period ...Continue Reading →
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 52-84 Sevenoaks Suns (17-29, 29-49, 36-68)
There remains one unblemished record remaining in the WBBL Championship after the still perfect Sevenoaks made a serious statement of their title ambitions.
They inflicted only a second league loss on Hatters with a rampant performance from tip to buzzer as they reacted to being unexpectedly dumped out of the WBBL Cup last weekend.
Leading scorers – Gandy 17, Woods 16, Ashton 6 (Hatters) Carr 27, Clark 11, Busch 10, Fritz 10 (Suns)
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Leicester Riders 90-74 Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters (22-20, 44-38, 69-54)
Leicester Riders have progressed to the WBBL Cup semi-finals after beating Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 90-74, led by the trio of Alex Smith, Kate Oliver and Dee Hayward.
After losing the first seven WBBL meetings between the sides, this is the second time in a row that Riders have overcome Hatters, scoring more than ninety points on both occasions. Leicester now have three wins in a row in all competitions, while Sheffield ...Continue Reading →
Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 80-93 Cardiff Met Archers (16-15, 33-44, 62-70)
Cardiff Met Archers pulled off a stunning result on the road as they inflicted a first loss on the season for Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters.
The Archers had never beaten Sheffield in six previous meetings in the WBBL, but had some impressive individually displays to help secure the win.
Leading scorers – Naylor 26, Woods 16, Ashton 15 (Hatters); Collins 35, Quick 25, Butters 22 (Archers)
Turning point – Sheffield – who were 6-0 heading ...Continue Reading →