Women’s Leauge third round sees the competition conclude in Nottingham at the Wildcats Arena.
British Wheelchair Basketball’s Women’s League brings together all-female teams from across the UK. It’s a fantastic event to compete in and to spectate – showcasing the sport of wheelchair basketball at all levels of the game.
Catch up with the League Results Table (only available after the first fixture) via the BWB website.
Missing competitive wheelchair rugby already? Well despite the 2018/19 Super Series drawing to a close, the 2019 WR5s Summer League starts in May at the birthplace of the Paralympic Games.
Following on from a successful Summer League in 2018, the tournament is entering the second year and it promises to be bigger and better than ever. A note to clubs that will be competing that you will only be required to play on one of the dates on each of the three-tournament weekend, either the Saturday or Sunday and not both. More information will be announced closer to the time.
The full dates for the 2019 WR5s Summer League are;
WR5s Tournament 1: 18th-19thMay 2019
WR5s Tournament 2: 13th-14thJuly 2019
WR5s Finals Weekend: 31st-1stAugust/September 2019
The full venue address is: Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Guttmann Road, Aylesbury, HP21 9PP.
Like with all of our domestic club competitions, it is free for spectators to come and watch and we would love to see a good crowd coming down and supporting some of our newest players of the sport playing our newest format of the game.
More information including the team rosters and schedule will be released closer to the time.
The weekend will see the National League’s top teams head to Sheffield to face off on court in the Championships play-offs.
The weekend will also host the finals for both the Women’s League and Lord’s Taverners Junior Leauge.
A weekend jam packed with wheelchair basketball this is a must see event for any sport fan.
Schedule to be released nearer the date.
The Mainhatten Cup is a World Para Dance Sport Approved Wheelchair Dance competition in Frankfurt, Germany.