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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.

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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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Molten WBBL Team Of The Year 2016-17.

The wait is over, since it’s time to reveal the highly prestigious 2016-17 Molten WBBL Team of the Year – as voted for by the league’s various clubs/coaches. Ashley Harris makes the starting 5 and Siobhan Prior is off the bench in the Molten WBBL Team of the Year.  Congrats ladies.

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WBBL All-Star Five – Week 23.

It’s a bitter-sweet moment as we reveal our very last All-Star Five of the 2016-17 WBBL season!

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Wildcats score bull’s-eye against Archers.

A dominant 77-46 performance by the Nottingham Wildcats saw them dispatch Cardiff Archers on their way to a place in the WBBL Playoff semi-finals.

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WBBL All-Star Five – Week 21.

There are just a couple of WBBL All-Star Five line-ups left this season and with time to shine ticking down, these players are making the most of their opportunity to impress.

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The Wrap.

Back-to-back. Nottingham Wildcats are WBBL league champions for the second year running.

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Reaction: Wildcats retain WBBL Championship title.

Nottingham Wildcats have successfully defended the WBBL Championship title they won for the first time in 2015-16, after securing a hard fought 57-52 win against Team Northumbria to make it consecutive league crowns.

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WBBL All-Star Five – Week 20.

We’re stacked with a trio of top quality WBBL ‘bigs’ again this week, with the backcourt bringing plenty of scoring and smarts.

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Wildcats back on track in WBBL title race.

Nottingham Wildcats defiant reply to a two game losing streak was a 101-75 dominant performance against a very good and well coached Leicester Riders team.

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