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Friday, June 1, 2018

Two years of hard work finally paid off as Oaklands Wolves’ U14 basketball side were crowned national champions.

Oaklands Wolves gave themselves every chance of making the WBBL play-offs with a tense 64-63 win over Caledonia Pride.

Oaklands Wolves’ WBBL play-off hopes are back in the spotlight after a mid-season break for the Commonwealth Games – and captain Lizzie Harrison is excited about what the final weeks of the season could hold.

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Oaklands Wolves screentest ended in disappointing as they went down 79-60 to to Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters in the WBBL.

It may have ended up being another loss but the 75-66 reverse at Nottingham Wildcats shows the continued improvement being shown by Oaklands Wolves.

A stunning performance by Tia Freeman was the highlight as Oaklands Wolves U18s captured the Junior National Basketball League National Cup.

Oaklands Wolves’ four-match unbeaten run in the WBBL came to an end as they fell to 73-65 defeat at home to Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters.

A new-found resilience took Oaklands Wolves to a fourth straight win and kept their WBBL play-off hopes alive.

Oaklands Wolves wrote yet another chapter in their history on Saturday when they completed a thrilling 73-72 overtime victory at Cardiff Met Archers.

Having made history earlier in season with their first win, Oaklands Wolves made further franchise history by winning back to back games in the Women’s British Basketball League for the first time – as well as their first success at home.

Oaklands Wolves started a run of four games that coach Lee Ryan says will define their season in the best possible way – by winning their second WBBL game away to BA London Lions.

Cunningham Hill Junior School unveiled their new synthetic Daily Mile track – with Oaklands Wolves WBBL basketball team doing the honours.

A bright start soon dissipated as Oaklands Wolves lost 76-47 at home to Manchester Mystics in the WBBL.

Oaklands Wolves will look to get that WBBL winning feeling in 2018 after starting the year with a loss away to Leicester Riders.

Oaklands Wolves bowed out of the WBBL Cup with a 72-58 quarter-final defeat at home to Team Northumbria.

A stirring comeback will hopefully provide the springboard for Oaklands Wolves as they get set for Saturday’s WBBL Cup quarter-final against Team Northumbria.

It may have ended in defeat but the 76-65 loss at home to Leicester Riders in the WBBL was yet another sign of the vastly-improved performances for Oaklands Wolves.

After last week’s historic first Women’s British Basketball League (WBBL) win, Oaklands Wolves were celebrating again after a 73-71 overtime win at BA London Lions in the first round of the WBBL Cup.

Improvement is the name of the game for Oaklands Wolves as their second season in the Women’s British Basketball League (WBBL) continues.

After the baptism of fire of year one in the Women’s British Basketball League, Oakland Wolves came into their second season looking for improvements.

After a tough debut season in the top flight of women’s basketball Oaklands Wolves have set their sights on a top eight finish this year.

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