Tag Archive: GB basketball

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.

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Mystics next for spot in Trophy Semi-Final.

A convincing 72-47 win by Nottingham Wildcats in the WBBL Trophy, against a resilient Caledonia Pride team, has resulted in a showdown with Manchester Mystics; to decide who moves on to the semi-final stage of the competition.

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Tough loss at Manchester for U18s.

Last weekend saw the Wildcats U18s travel to Manchester to play, the Mystics in their final meeting of the season. So far Manchester had taken both of the games and where looking to make it a clean sweep.  

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WBBL All-Star Five – Week 12.

Our season leader extends her advantage and there are a pair of Great Britain rising stars who finally cement debut spots.

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Sun Goes Down on Sevenoaks.

Nottingham Wildcats U16s hosted Sevenoaks Suns this past weekend, in the Semi-Final of the National Cup. The Suns have won the cup 4 times in the last 7 years and went into the contest as favourites.

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Forceful display by Wildcats’ U16s.

After a very long wait, last weekend saw the first game of the second half the season for the Nottingham Wildcats. They faced a familiar foe in Leeds and knew they were in for a tough game.

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Harris crowned Molten WBBL Player of December.

Wildcats’ Ashley Harris has made it two out of three in the race to be crowned Player of the Year.

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Wildcats eclipse Suns.

A convincing 86-47 victory over Sevenoaks Suns at the Wildcats Arena last Saturday saw the Wildcats advance to the inaugural WBBL Cup Final.

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WBBL All-Star Five – Week 8.

Our season leader Ashley Harris of the Nottingham Wildcats extends her advantage at the top of the leaderboard with yet another 20pt plus haul as part of a big double double.There are also two debutantes in the five. 

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Wildcats U18s Fly Past Lapwings.

Wildcats were hoping to get back to winning ways after a tough loss to Manchester the previous weekend.

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