Basketball - Women

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The Lancaster University Women's Basketball Club, previous winners of 'Team of the Year', is a fantastic club to be a part of. Currently playing in the very competitive BUCS Northern 2A league, the Women’s Basketball Team fights for the very top year on year. Weekly training sessions and league matches provide enjoyment, fitness and skills. All team members will have the opportunity to play in matches whether its on BUCS Wednesdays or during various friendlies. But when the BUCS season is over, the excitement really starts with the build up towards Roses. Having defeated York and ensuring that Roses are Red in 2016, we aim to annihilate them on their home court when they host Roses 2017.

 

(Picture below taken at Roses 2016)

We work hard to play hard and want to ensure that being part of this club is fun, from music at practice for getting us pumped to fantastic joint socials with other clubs that are held throughout the year. Our brilliant coach is a member of the Men’s 1st team and we aim to regularly unite with the men as a Basketball family both on and off of the court. 

 

(Womens Basketball Supports This Girl Can Campaign)

Want to join us? Well come prepared for hard work, team spirit and fun! We welcome all abilities and train 4 times a week - Mondays 5:30pm-7pm, Tuesdays 7am-8:30am and Fridays 11am-12:30pm on court and Sunday evening (TBC) in the gym (working on strength and fitness).

So if YOU also want a taste of success, fraternity and satisfaction, then jump aboard...for Lancaster Women’s Basketball Club can offer all of the above and so much more...

Trials will be held on Saturday 8th October from 2-4pm and Sunday 9th October from 1-3pm at the Sports Centre. Please be ready to show us your skills and wear the necessary clothes to enable you to perform comfortably and bring yourself a towel and water. Goodluck!

 

 

 

 

 

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By joining this group basic information such as name, email and date of birth will be made available to the organisers of the group. Next of Kin details may also be provided if part of the registration. Anonymised demographic information of the group’s membership will be used to improve activity but will not identify any individual.