Senior Sessions to Resume W/C 17th May
Senior Squads will resume training during week commencing 17th May, it is anticipated that there will be sessions for Ladies on Wednesday 19th and for Men on Thursday 20th & Friday 21st at Woking College - Details will be confirmed nearer the time
Return to Play Update 2nd March 2021
Following the Governments plans to come out of Lockdown , Basketball England have revised and Published the Return To Play Doocument
A summary of the changes can be read here
Senior Sessions Suspended
Update 5th January 2021 - With Lockdown 3 Basketball continues to be suspended - click here
Update From 5th November Basketball is at level 4 resulteing in the suspension of all basketball activities except to elite game see BE update
In Accordance with the recent change in Government Guidelines all senior sessions have been suspended until further notice
In accodance with Government Guidance Junior Sessions will be suspended from 5th November - see see youth pages
In accordance with Basketball England Guidance on-court training can now recommence - see Basketball England Return to Play Document
Players considering returning to play should be aware of the Risks as discussed in this document
All Players must register with the Club - Click here for Membership details
Proposed Senior Sessions at Woking College are however please check with Sqaud Managers
Monday - Senior Men 3 - 8-10:00 (from 7 Sept)
Warriors Tournament 2017
The Warriors Tournament was held at Aldershot Garrison Sports Centre on Sunday 30th April. The Tournament is run by the Army in the run up to the Inter services tournament the following weekend. The Tournament is a three way competition between the Army, Wessex representative squads and a third invited squad in seniors men, ladies and under 23 categories.
This year Woking Blackhawks were asked to provide an under 23 squad, coached by Costas Rakitzis, to represent Wessex and The Flyers were asked to enter in their own right as the third squad in the Senor men group.
Flyers Retain the Surrey Rosebowl
The Surrey Rosebowl Tournament was held at the Surrey Sports Park on Sunday and the Woking Blackhawk Flyers were out to retain the title having won it three times in the past four years.
It was inevitable
Crusaders Repelled by the Flyers
Woking Blackhawk Flyers 111:48 Kent Crusaders
For the First home game of the year the Flyers hosted Kent Crusaders and they were not ready to make the same mistakes as in their first meeting, then the young legs and effectively played front court press had caught the Flyers out.
From the tip the Flyers controlled the game, rapidly taking a 7:0 lead with point guard Tomas Politi taking a pivotal and inspirational role in coordinating the attack from the starting five. Oscar Wilkins claimed the first point from the free throw line and power forward Jack Price rapidly sank two baskets in succession. By the end of the first quarter the Crusaders had been limited to 7 points whilst the Flyers has stacked up an impressive 23.
Flyers sink to Doncaster
Woking started brightly and matched Doncaster's intensity in the first 5 minutes, despite the partisan crowd creating a really favourable atmosphere for the home Eagles.
Doncaster rallied after the Blackhawks' initial punch and fought back with strong transition offence and perimeter shooting to gain them a 23 point lead going in to the half.
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