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Basketball news

Mon, 15:54

National Cup

Ipswich Women 109

Northamptonshire Titans 67

Ipswich Basketball Club’s Senior Women got their competitive season off to an impressive start with an emphatic 109-67 win against a tough and talented Northamptonshire Titans team.

Ipswich’s Senior men split the results of another double-header this weekend, securing a first league win of the season against Liverpool on Saturday before putting up a superb performance in a cup defeat to Division One Hemel Storm, writes Rob Schatten.

National League Division Two

Derbyshire Arrows 88

Ipswich 72

A second-half rally came too late for Ipswich as they suffered a road loss at Derbyshire Arrows to start the National League Division Two season.

The Ipswich Under-16 Boys split their double-header, going 1-1 for the weekend, writes Rob Schatten.

The Under-14 Boys produced a well-rounded team performance and shared the load with 10 players contributing to the scoring effort as they rolled over Southend Swifts for an 87-43 win.

Patrons’ Cup Group Stage

Nottingham Hoods 78

Ipswich 62

National Cup Second Round

Norfolk Titans 64

Ipswich 79

It was a mixed weekend for Ipswich Basketball Club’s Senior Men, with a win and a loss in cup competitions, writes Rob Schatten.

The weekend saw several of Ipswich Basketball Club’s junior sides also get their campaigns underway, writes Rob Schatten.

Patrons Cup

Ipswich 58

Essex Leopards 87

Ipswich suffered a heavy home defeat against National Basketball League Division Two newcomers Essex Leopards on Saturday, writes Rob Schatten.

Friendly match

Ipswich 94

USA Select 99

Ipswich Basketball’s new era began with plenty of new faces, plenty of positives and a thrilling contest at Copleston Sports Centre on Saturday, writes Ron Schatten.

Ipswich teenager Veron Eze has been hailed as a potential NBA basketball star in the making following his exciting move to Italy.

He spent much of his childhood in Ipswich, but Canada-born Anton Dixon is now ready to take the track & field world by storm.

Influential Ipswich Basketball player Leigh Greenan, has left the club to sign a professional deal with NBL Division One side Hemel Storm, and hopes the move will boost his 2018 Commonwealth Games chances.

Ipswich basketball duo Josh Apple and Harriet Welham hope they can inspire others, after they were called up for Great Britain’s respective under-20s squads.

Can you remember the golden era of Ipswich women’s basketball?

The annual Ipswich Basketball end-of-season dinner saw over 200 club members, sponsors and followers attend the Cameo Hotel in Copdock for another hugely successful send-off.

Ipswich basketball’s head coach Nick Drane is brimming with optimism, after the club’s women’s team was reformed yesterday.

Ipswich Basketball Club are relaunching their women’s team.

Girls’ basketball in Ipswich is on the crest of a wave.

Ipswich Basketball Club coach Amy Linton is already planning another assault on the national title, after the club’s under-16 girls fell at the final hurdle in the National Final Fours.

A special group of girls are on the verge of glory.

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