Flyers Vs Oxford Stealers - Pre Season Friendly

Flyers 90- 41 Oxford Stealers

Flyers hosted Oxford Stealers for a pre-season Friendly on Tuesday 8th September and provided Coach Knode with his first chance to play the new squad for the upcoming season

For the last two seasons Stealers and Flyers have been in the same Regional Division. This season there are in different leagues providing a good opportunity for this Pre Season match.

Thanks to the Stealers for making the journey to Woking

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. 

Flyers Run out of Steam

Woking Blackhawk Flyers 65:80 Cardiff City

The previous week's narrow defeat BY Middlesex inspired the Flyers to start with the same intensity that they had finished with seven days earlier.

Dan Marshall opened the Flyers scoring with an uncharacteristic three. Between Dan and Mark Allum the Flyers racked up 16 points to open an early 7 point lead. The speed and tenacity of the early game leaving Cardiff flat footed without a response.

Flyers Summer Training

The Flyers summer training starts again on Tuesday 30th June.

Sessions over the summer will be -

Tuesdays 20:00 - 22:00

Thursdays 20:00 - 22:00

If your interested in playing National League Basketball next season then Click Here to email Martin

Shocked !!

Woking Blackhawk Flyers 58:89 Cardiff City

Jim TipLast away game of the season and the squad travelled to Swindon with the intention of playing the match with the same enthusiasm as the first game of the season. Jim Grainger faced up for the jump off and launched himself to claim the first play of the match.

Coach Knode led by example with his best scoring spree of the season scoring 13 points in the first 4 minutes. This set the initial pace of the game which Swindon could not match and produced a 4 point lead at the end of the first quarter.