Woking Blackhawk Flyers 65:53 Folkestone Saint
Time for a Win!
A fortnights break with some good training sessions under their belt, Andre Bayliss returning from injury and new signing Rhys Johnson the bench, the Flyers confidence had been rebuilt after their first three losses of the season in the league.
Coach Knode had opted for a new starting five combination of Dan Marshall, Andre Bayliss, Tomas Politi, Tom Peters and Jack Price. With instructions to go out at full intensity using the plays practised in training. The result was what he wanted the tip was won, baskets were traded and the lead changed several times but by the end of the first quarter after a few tactical substitutions to maintain the impetus a 3 point margin was established.
Success at Woking Sports Awards
Coach Costas and young George Flaherty were recognised at the Woking Sports Awards held at the HG Wells Conference and Events Centre on Wednesday 14 October. Coach Costas Rakitzis, Head of the Blackhawks Youth Basketball programme, received from the Mayor of Woking, Cllr Derek McCrum, the award for Outstanding Service to Sport and George received the Surrey Youth Games Young Ambassador of the Year award.
Flyers Win Surrey Rosebowl 2015
For the second successive year Woking Blackhawk Flyers won the Surrey Rosebowl Tournament held at Surrey Sports Park on Sunday 27thSeptember
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
The Ladies win the Div 2 Play-Offs
Play-Off Final vs Woodley Buddies, Sunday 19th April, Won 60-39
It was a battle of the two top teams in the league for the play-off final win. The first quarter started slowly with both teams exchanging possession
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.