Senior Blackhawks Basketball w/c 28th June ongoing
In line with Government and Basketball England Guidance senior basketball sessions resumed w/c 17th May. The number of participants in the hall will be limited to 30 and everybody will be screened before entering the hall.
The sessions for week Commencing 28th June will be held at Woking COllege
Wednesday 30th June - 20:00-22:00 - Ladies
Thursday 1st July – 20:00-22:00 - Senior Men 1 & 2
Friday 3rd July – 20:00-22:00 - Senior Men 3 and visitors
The Club will be setting up a new system for the administration and collection of subscriptions and fees using ‘My Club House’ full detail to follow.
To register and sign up for sessions click here
Initially sessions wil be charged on a ‘pay as you go basis’ until monthly subscriptions are reintroduced
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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