Woking Blackhawks Under 14 Boys
Surrey League Winners 2016-17
Following a semi-final win against Surrey Rams, the U14 Boys are now in the Surrey League Playoffs Final against Croydon Elite on the 7th May.
And the Storm Make Three Wins
Flyers 80 – 67 Bristol Storm
Although the Playoffs were out of reach, the Flyers had every intention of giving Bristol a demonstration of whom should have been taking the forth place in the league. The Flyers achieved this with a commanding 13-point margin which continued their winning streak to three games despite missing power forward Jack Price and player Coach Knode being confirmed to the bench due to his fractured foot.From the tip, Bristol took the first offense but were unable to score, the Flyers gained possession and Captain Andre Bayliss sank the first basket closely followed by Rhys Johnson opening his own account.
Woking Take Dominant Win Vs Aztec Jaguars
Woking Blackhawk Hunters 93 - 62 Aztec Jaguars
The Hunters lost to the Aztecs by a single point back on a freezing cold night in November. It felt good to avenge that loss.
Woking led this game from start to finish, increasing their lead with each quarter. Alex Braine-Porter was everywhere to start the game, hitting 2 3-pointers and disrupting the oposition with blocks and steals galore. Nick Sammut backed him up with some strong moves and put backs under the basket. Before anyone knew it, the Hunters were up by double digits within the first 5 minutes of the game.
Flyers Take the Stealers
Oxford Stealers 55 – 61 Flyers
Player Coach Knode sent the Flyers to Oxford with the simple instruction – WIN- and that they did in a game which the Flyers never relinquished the lead.
A foot injury picked up a couple of games previously was actually a fracture which will stop Knode from taking to the court for the remainder of the season. Knodes absence left a hole in the shooting resources of the squad , the squad as a whole stepped up and filled the gap.
Hunters Win Karl Taylor Plate
Woking Blackhawk Hunters 71 - 53 Woodley Harriers
The season may have been a tough grind for the Hunters, but at least they now have some silverware to show for it.
The Hunters tore through the Woodley Harriers to take home a comfortable win in the Wessex Karl Taylor Plate final on Sunday morning. Woking were led by a tremendous effort on both ends of the floor from Nick Sammut, who scored 24 points and dominated the boards on both sides.
Hunters Demolish Silverbacks in Plate Game
Woking Blackhawk Hunters 79 - 50 Yateley Silverbacks 2
Despite recent struggles, a plate game against a division 3 team was all but a forgone conclusion for the Blackhawks. The Hunters never trailed in this one, taking a double digit lead halfway through the first quarter and never relinquishing it.