Shaw opts to leave Wildcats.

Nottingham Wildcats can confirm that Hannah Shaw has chosen to leave her hometown club to pursue an opportunity elsewhere in the WBBL. Read the rest of this entry »


Nottingham Wildcats take on the unbeaten Sevenoaks Suns on Saturday 25th November at the Wildcats Arena.  The Wildcats are desperate for a win having lost their last 3 games and now sit in the 8th and final play-off spot.  Read the rest of this entry »

Wildcats Ready for Riders





Check out the Wildcats team for Saturday’s WBBL clash against local rivals Leicester Riders.  Tip-off 5-30pm. Read the rest of this entry »

Women’s Commonwealth Games selection dominated by WBBL players.

With the 2018 Commonwealth Games edging ever closer, Head Coach Chema Buceta has named his 23 strong long list of potential players and the final roster is likely to be made up exclusively of WBBL candidates. Read the rest of this entry »

WBBL Cup Quarter-Finals drawn.

The race is heating up to be crowned 2018 WBBL Cup winner after the completion of the draw for the last eight of the competition. Read the rest of this entry »

Tough loss for Wildcats Mini-ballers.

The Wildcats Mini-ballers development team had a tough loss against a bigger and more experienced Melton Kings team. Read the rest of this entry »

GB Women v Israel – 11th November @ National Performance Basketball Centre – Manchester.

Great Britain Senior Women’s basketball team opens their FIBA Women’s Eurobasket 2019 Qualifer campaign against Israel at the National Basketball Performance Centre in Manchester. Tip-off 7-30pm. Read the rest of this entry »

Prior: Big Weekend for the WBBL Small Ballers

I’ve been asked so many times this week, “Are you looking forward to Saturday?” and I know everyone is referring to our game against Sheffield this weekend writes Siobhan Prior. Read the rest of this entry »

Mini – ballers move to 2 – 0.

The Wildcats mini ballers came away with another victory after a hard fought game against Hucknall Hotshots. After a positive first quarter the Wildcats well in control of the game thanks to some strong drives to the basket leading to easy layups. Read the rest of this entry »


Nottingham Wildcats star and reigning Molten WBBL Player of the Year Ashley Harris is ready to help her side get their first win of the season after spending last weekend being confirmed as a legend at Wayne State. Read the rest of this entry »

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