ICYMI - This past Saturday was British Wheelchair Basketball The Lord's Taverners Junior League South Round1!
Our Combined team with Tornados Wheelchair Basketball Club did pretty well... Here are the Results: Tornadoes Kings U15s 6 Hornets 20 Tornadoes Kings U15s 16 Aces 12 Tornadoes Kings U15 12 Titans 10 Tornadoes Kings U15 19 London Allstars 34 Tornadoes Kings U19s 41 Aces 13 Tornadoes Kings U19s 47 Titans 11 Tornadoes Kings U19s 55 Hornets 0 #KingsArmy ~ #TornadoesKings ~ #NextGeneration
Junior League Results - Round 1
Posted on October 26 2015
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In case you missed it - Saturday was the first fixture round for British Wheelchair Basketball Lord's Taverners Junior League in Bracknell - The Kings where one of the 6 teams forming the Super Duper - South All Stars.... It was great to see so many young faces being so competitive!
South All Stars U15s 8 - 26 London All Stars U15s
South All Stars U15s 14 - 0 Ace Hornets U15s
South All Stars U19s 38 - 10 Blackhawks U19s
South All Stars U19s 15- 20 LondonTitans U19s
South All Stars U19s 37 - 20 Aces Hornets U19s
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