Senior Blackhawks Basketball from 1st September 2021
The sessions from 1st of September will Generally be howere please note this may vary and should be checked on My Club House
Mondays - Woking Blackhawks Three - 20:00-22:00
Tuesdays - Woking Blackhawks One and Two - 20:00-22:00
Wednesdays Ladies - 20:00-22:00
Thursdays Woking Blackhawks One and Two - 20:00-22:00 (not Thurs 2nd Sept)
Fridays - Woking Blackhawks Three, Ladies and New Members
The Club Uses My Club House for the administration and collection of subscriptions and fees using My Club House
To register and sign up for sessions click here
Woking Blackhawks Awarded £5,000 Grant
Woking Blackhawks Basketball CLub are pleased to announce that the Wheelchair Section of the Club have been awarded £5,000 by the Community Foundation for Surrey.
The award is assist with the funding of equipment, kit, training and coaching costs associated with running the Wheelchair Basketball Team which assist in promoting physical and mental health for people with disabilities.
The Wheelchair Section is affiliated to the British Wheelchair Basketball Association(www.britishwheelchairbasketball.co.uk ) and aims provide Wheelchair Basketball for players of all ages, sex and abilities.
Current inherent restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic are presently limiting Basketball Activity, which will be resumed when safe to do so.
The vision of the Community Foundation of Surrey is “To build a strong movement of local philanthropists, connecting them with local charitable organisations – together to ensure that every individual in Surrey has hope” more information can be found at www.cfsurrey.org.uk
Hunters Win Warrior Tournament 2019
Coach Knode assembled a Hunters representative team with Guests Richard Green and Rodrick Wellington to play in the Army Warriors Tournament 2019.
First game was against the Wessex Representative team South Bucks after their win over the Army. The match was low scoring with the Hunters pulling out a 20 point win.
In the second game against the Army, the Hunters had puled out a 31 point lead(57:26) at the half aafter which James Grinham and Rhys Johnson went on a 'shooting fest' puling out a 44 point win(101:57).
Thanks to the Army for organizing the Tournament and all the best for the upcoming Inter Services Championship
Hunters 96:72 Basingstoke Blizzards
A great win at home over Blizzards have reinforced the Hunters position at the Top of DIvision 1
The first half was nip and tuck with the teams exchanging baskets and lead. In the Third the Hunters turned up the pressure and went on a 13:0 run after which the Hunters controlled the game
As ever it was an all round performance with Coach Knode providing support from Leeds :-)
Hunters travel away next Wednesday to Slough to continue their quest for the Division title
Page 2 of 4