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 1. Manchester M. 5-1 
 2. Sheffield Hatters 5-1 
 3. Leicester Riders 5-1 
 4. Nottingham 5-1 
 5. Barking Abbey 4-2 
 6. Sevenoaks Suns 4-3 
 7. Northumbria 3-3 
 8. Cardiff Archers 1-7 
 9. Caledonia P 0-6 
 10. Oaklands W. 0-7 
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Last:12/2/2016
NBL Standings
 1. Southwark P. 7-0 
 2. Solent S. 5-0 
 3. Reading R. 5-2 
 4. Essex B. 4-2 
 5. Barking Abbey UEL 2-2 
 6. Bristol Storm 2-4 
 7. Lancashire S. 1-4 
 8. Anglia Ruskin U. 0-5 
 9. Bristol AF 0-5 
 10. Exeter E. 0-6 
Last:11/18/2016
Points Per Game
 Ashley HARRIS
  
  (187-F/C-90)
  Avg: 25
 1. Harris, Nottingham25.0 
 2. Gandy, Sheffiel.20.6 
 3. Carr, Sevenoak.20.6 
 4. Gorrell, Northumbr.18.7 
 5. Jones, Manchest.18.3 
 6. Nelson, Oaklands.18.3 
 7. Gayle, Sheffiel.16.8 
 8. Fritz, Cardiff16.4 
 9. Browne, Manchest.16.3 
 10. Bully, Northumbria15.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Brittany WINBORNE
  
  (183-F-)
  Avg: 15
 1. Winborne, Sheffiel.15.0 
 2. Harris, Nottingham9.7 
 3. Johnson, Barking9.5 
 4. Thompson, Leicest.8.7 
 5. Gaskin, Barking8.5 
 6. Allen, Manchest.8.3 
 7. Clark, Sevenoak.7.7 
 8. Oakes, Caledonia P7.5 
 9. Lipp, Cardiff7.1 
 10. Carr, Sevenoak.6.9 
Assists Per Game
 Georgia JONES
  
  (172-G-90)
  Avg: 6.2
 1. Jones, Manchest.6.2 
 2. Smith, Leiceste.5.2 
 3. Fong Lyew Qu., Nor.5.0 
 4. Carr, Sevenoak.3.7 
 5. Browne, Manchest.3.5 
 6. Naydenova-G., Bark.3.5 
 7. Benic, Nottingham3.3 
 8. Thompson, Leicest.3.2 
 9. Mendes, Nottingham3.2 
 10. Nikitinaite, Seve.3.1 
Steals Per Game
 Alison GORRELL
  
  (178-G-93)
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Gorrell, Northumbr.2.8 
 2. Schwellenbac., Man.2.8 
 3. Prior, Nottingham2.7 
 4. Wilkinson, Barking2.5 
 5. Mendes, Nottingham2.5 
 6. Harris, Nottingham2.2 
 7. Fong Lyew Qu., Nor.2.2 
 8. Wagstaff, Cardiff2.1 
 9. Charles, Oaklands.2.1 
 10. Gandy, Sheffiel.2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Tricia OAKES
  
  (193-C-89)
  Avg: 2
 1. Oakes, Caledonia P2.0 
 2. Thompson, Leicest.1.5 
 3. Gaskin, Barking1.2 
 4. Allen, Manchest.1.2 
 5. Hurd, Nottingham1.0 
 6. Harris, Nottingham1.0 
 7. Winborne, Sheffiel.0.8 
 8. Turner, Oaklands.0.8 
 9. Freeland, Leiceste.0.6 
 10. Pedersen, Seveno.0.6 

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Sheffield Ha 97% Dec.11 Oaklands W.
Caledonia P Dec.10 Cardiff Arch 78%
Sheffield Ha 73% Dec.10 Northumbria
Barking Abbe 56% Dec.10 Nottingham
Leicester Ri Dec.9 Manchester M 55%
UWIC coach Jennings prepares for move to Canada - Aug 20, 2012


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Damien
Jennings
As he prepares to move to Canada to become head coach of the University of Calgary, UWIC Archers coach Damien Jennings admits it will be tough to say goodbye to British basketball.

It is sad to say goodbye to UWIC Archers and Great Britain, admitted Damien Jennings , but two years ago I decided I wanted to coach full-time so have been reviewing several overseas options as there simply arent many full-time coaching jobs in basketball in the UK that can match the situation I was in.

I really wanted to finish the cycle with the GB squad group we had recruited at UWIC given their commitment to our Archers Academy and perhaps we all just felt 2011-12 was the most important year of preparation so I turned down previous calls to leave for full-time coaching until the role at the University of Calgary fortuitously went to interview after the season had finished.

Damien Jennings leaves the Cardiff university with a record of success behind him: The Archers programme has made gigantic steps since 2006 from our days mid-table in EBL Division Two to winning over 35 medals/trophies in the EBL and BUCS combined.

Making five successive BUCS finals with three back-to-back championships along route, accumulating a 46-game unbeaten run, whilst achieving the EBL One Playoff title within three seasons of being promoted makes me incredibly proud of all the efforts of those that supported our ambition.

Over six years we have not just become an apprenticeship hub for GB talent but have helped nurture over 30 international basketball players representing six different countries!

As for the EBLs contribution to the future it is about establishing an appropriate, sustainable funding structure; development focused clubs and an investment in the improvement of coaching so that the EBL and the UK can be a genuine alternative to the USA system for our most talented players and a genuine vocation-based option for our aspiring coaches - I would like to think for at least six years we tried to achieve these ambitions in our business model at the Archers but unfortunately a sustainable funding stream became the glass ceiling.

GB womens assistant Damien Jennings believes that the future of team is in safe hands. Britain failed to get a win in their five games at the Olympics, but produced some excellent performances that drew praise throughout the sport, and went agonisingly close to beating silver medallists France.

The Olympics was obviously an excellent experience said Damien Jennings . To be more specific the whole preparation phase, given that we were together since May 6th was an invaluable experience and journey.

The future for Team GB and British basketball looks bright with Temi [Fagbenle] making the step-up to senior level from the Under 20s we took into Division A last summer and three of the Futures players making the final Olympic 12 - with Azania Stewart and Jo Leedham also eligible last year for the World University Games side we took to China - so again it just highlights that the youthful age, yet experience, of at least half of the Olympic 12 displays a future with prospects.

Damien Jennings guided the GB Under 20 team to promotion in 2010, and they exceeded all expectations last summer with an eighth place finish in their Division A debut. Damien Jennings also coached the World Student Games team in China with some encouraging results.
Courtesy of: http://www.englandbasketball.co.uk
  




Anne
Pedersen
WBBL Friday Fever 02 Dec - 13 hours ago

There may only be three games this weekend, but all of them have huge significance and not least tomorrow's WBBL Cup Semi-Final. Sevenoaks Suns are returning to the Wildcats Arena a week after losing 76-64 in the WBBL Championship and hoping they can make amends. "We had a tough close game in Nottingham last week," mused Suns' forward Anne Pedersen(185-G/F-92, college: LSU), as both teams look to punch a ticket for the maiden Final of the competition at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingh...   [read more]

Anne
Pedersen
Johannah Leedham selected the top British players playing abroad in last week's games - 2 days ago

Traditionally, every week we bring you a list of the top performances of British players who are currently playing abroad. This week's number one is an international small forward Johannah Leedham (178-87). She managed to help Tango Bourges Basket in a victory against the seventh-ranked Villeneuve D'Ascq in the French LFB in Sunday night's game.    [read more]

Tereza
Brantlova
WBBL All Star Five - Week 8 - 2 days ago

Our season leader extends her advantage at the top of our leaderboard and we also have two debutantes. Tereza Brantlova (172-G-82) (Barking Abbey Crusaders) It's the first appearance of 2016-17 for the Czech guard, although she is no stranger to our starting five from her previous WBBL campaigns. She starred in Barking Abbey Crusaders comeback win at Oaklands Wolves with 17 points after burning her opponents from the three-point line with five triples from seven attempts. She also weighe...   [read more]


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