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YES BASKETBALL IS COMING BACK HOME.
Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair Sports Club are delighted and excited to annouce after 16 months with Covid restrictions in place, we are back from 3rd August.
New day new time Tuesday will be our new training day 7:00pm - 8:30pm. at Morley Leisure Centre.
We are open to old faces and new we are looking at the possibility of Registering with BWB for a Div 3 team or UKWB Step League. so watch this space.
Congrtatulations and Good Luck
Well after what has been an amazing Summer of Sport for all our athletes past and present weither it was at Junior regionals, School Games , WhRL Grand final, The Paralympics in Rio and also to those taking part in the forth coming 4 Nations Wheelchair Rugby League Competion in Rochdale on 24th and 25th September.
On behalf of SPIDER-Y we would like to congratulate our Patron Hananh Cockroft another 3 Golds, Harry Brown Bronze Medal, Sophie Carrigill Record breaker, Coral Batey all your hard work the last couple of years is paying off, Welcome home, time for a rest sit back and watch your friends and team mates take on the 4 Nations.
So Rio's finish next up Rochdale and the Wheelchair Rugby League 4 Nations Tournement #Rio2Rochdale -
England WhRL take on the home nations at the 3rd 4 nations tournement and its back up North, the first 4 nations was held in Hull in 2012 just before London Paralypics, then held in Medway home of England WhRL in 2014, with Engalnd winning both these competitions. England feature no less than 5 Leeds Rhinos Players Including joint Captain James Simpson(A), along with Jodie Boyd-Ward(A), Tom Halliwell(A), and debutants Ryan Richardson and Nathan Collins along with Sebastien Bechara who featured in Rhinos last season is an impressive line up and shows how far Leeds Rhinos have moved forward in the last couple of years. In Addition to these we are happy to confrim that another 4 of our players have been selected to represent the Exiles ( Other Nations) in the 4 Nations Tony Godward, Luis Domngos, Ewan Clibbens and Joshua Butler, WOW thats a massive achiement for our charity.
All and all 2016 has been an amazing year for SPIDER-Y and its Team, Players and Staff endless awards and recognition and we can only build on this success.
SPIDER-Y is happy to announce additional Ambassadors to our charity to increase maximum exposure for the work we do.
We have invited the following members of our Basketball and Rugby teams to join our Patron Hannah Cockroft MBE, current Ambassadors Harry Brown and Sophie Carrigill on the ambassador register, in doing so we are recognising these indivduals and these achievment over the last 12 months and wish them luck in the coming years whever thats in Rio 2016 or in Australia 2017. Thank you for your support
SPIDER-Y wish luck to our ambassadors Harry Brown, Sophie Carigill (GB Wheelchair Basketball) Coral Batey (GB Wheelchair Rugby) and our Patron Hannah Cockroft (Wheelchair Racer) all the best of Luck in Rio, from all the staff and players including Leeds Spiders and Leds Rhinos.
Meanwhile back home.
Leeds Rhinos take on Halfax in the Wheelchair Rugby League Grand Final on 10th Sept 7pm at Medway Park Kent, live on our Facebook Live Page link here https://www.facebook.com/SpiderysportsTV/#
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Leeds Spiders will be in action on 13th September in Leeds at the Millenium Square 5pm - 7pm at the Fan Zone come dowm and have a go of wheelchair basketball.
Spiders start the new season at home on 2nd October vs TCAT Warriors (PL) & North Wales Knights (D3) all starts from 10:30am again live on Facebook and Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/leedsspiderswbc
#RIOtoROCHDALE again good luck to our Ambassadors James Simpson, Jodie Boyd-Ward and Tom Halliwell along with Nathan Collins and Ryan Richardson who take on Ireland, Scotland & Wales in the 4 Nations on 24th/25th September in Rochdale. Again Livestream on both Facebook and Youtube with commentary from anoth Ambassdor Joshua Gardner.