The squad trains and plays home games every Wednesday at Woking College 8-10pm
The ladies just miss out
Away to Winchester Panthers, Thursday 14th January, Lost 54-51
The ladies put the disappointment of the previous night behind them as they played high level basketball in a thrilling game just missing out to a solid Winchester team.
Top scorer was Annabelle with 25 points
Squad: Annabelle (25), Jo (11), Clara (5), Helen (4), Anne (4), Elena (2), Becky, Milena.
Ladies shocked by Aldworth
Home to Aldworth Arrows, Wednesday 13th January, Lost 47-29
The ladies were slow to get going after the Christmas break and a new additon to the Aldworth lineup in teh shape of a tall and very effective centre was enough for the ladies to suffer an unexpected loss against a team they had beaten with just 5 players before the break.
Joint top scorers were Annabelle and Jo
Squad: Annabelle (6), Jo (6), Elena (5), Helen (4), Anne (4), Milena (2), Clara (2), Becky, Robyn
The Ladies stage a fine comeback to defeat Aldworth
Away to Aldworth Darts, Monday 7th December, Won 50-33
With a team of just 5 going into this game, coach Annabelle only set two objectives for the game, to play as a team and to have fun. After having had only a 5 minute warm up, Woking struggled in the first and second quarters with fitness and time outs were called to help the team get their breath back rather than talk through any major strategies. Still Woking found themselves keeping up with Aldworth in the first quarter and trailing by only 7 at the half.
The ladies pull off back-to-back wins
Away to Camberley Goldhawks, Tuesday 8th December, Won 48-38
Although some were a little sore form the night before, the win had boosted the team's confidence going into this game against Camberley. The first and second quarters were much the same as the previous evening, with both teams trading baskets but Woking always being slightly behind. Just before the half time however, a bout of solid defence enabled Woking to capitalise on their greater fitness and score 8 straight points from fast breaks, going into the half time break up by 4.
Ladies avenge cup loss
Home to Woodly Wildcats, Wednesday 25th November, Won 54-43
Having lost to Woodley in the season opener and made an early exit from the cup competition the ladies were determined to put in a better show as they two sides met again this time in league competition.