A fun run with our sister team Silverbacks, before slowing down yet again. Great editing @realrhys10!
Our Community basketball sessions are back!! In line with government guidlines, we are launching our fun, friendly sessions. Sign up your kids by sending us an email on email@example.com. First session 15th of October at Bradon Forest School. Once the rule of six has finished we will look to continue our remaining sessions.
Thank you all for your patience as we work through the return to play format from Basketball England. We can now confirm that Swindon Shock National and Local teams will resume training Thursday evening 7-9pm. If you are looking to try-out please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org as we have strict guidlines that must be followed. We would also like to announce our merger for local league play with Swindon Basketball Club Silverbacks. Furthermore We will look to restart our community session in 2 weeks time. Once again thank you for your patience. Lets get to work.
Swindon Shock Community session up and running, ages 7-12 6:30-7:30pm £2, whilst ages 12 and over 7:00pm- 8:30pm £3. Oakfield Campus SN33HQ
For additional sessions please contact Swindon Basketball Juniors at Dorcan Community Centre on Monday evenings and ask for Charlie North.
Please note the time change from our flyer. In order to give teams equal access to full cout, the 12 and over session will now start at 7pm.
Its been an eventful 3 weeks for Swindon Shock as they saw their derby collision with Oxford Brookes postponed at the half due to condensation in the sport hall. The team traveled shorthanded to Cardiff City and lost by 1 after game winning layup was missed with no time left. Whilst trying to regroup at home Shock saw a similar fate late in the game against Gloucester Saxons as missed layup and defensive breakdowns ruined a gutsy come back from a slow start after falling behind by as many as 15 in the first half.
“We are a young team”, said coach Colclough, there are somethings we need to iron out regarding attitude and willingness to work as a team. The talent is there we just need to stay together and I saw that at the end of the game. As disappointing as that loss was, I see us rebounding and finishing the first half of this season strong. Shock will face Taunton Tigers this Saturday at home.