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Honour for Helen Naylor as Sheffield Hatters march on

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters added another victory to their WBBL Trophy group campaign when they beat Team Northumbria 94-84 on the road.

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Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters first team after  officiating at the monthly Central Venue League staged at All Saints Sports Centre. The league provides an introduction to basketball competition for 6-12 year olds.  Hatters are pictured with two of the junior team which attended  - Sheffield Sharks and Rotherham Hawks.

Sheffield Hatters qualify for semi-finals in bid for third successive Women’s British Basketball Trophy final

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters will progress to the WBBL Trophy semi-finals, in their pursuit of a third straight Trophy crown, after over-powering Manchester Mystics by 74-60.

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Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters - back row L-R: coach  Vanessa Ellis, Helen Naylor, Brittany Winborne, Deborah Rodriguez, Sara Lauria, Naomi Campbell, Steph Gandy; front:   Ana Santana Gonzalez, Georgia Gayle, Ellis Clayton, Jo Lowry, Jessica Heilig.

Double honour for Sheffield Hatters coach Vanessa Ellis as her high-flying team face crunch home match in WBBBL Trophy

It’s been a great week for Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters coach Vanessa Ellis as the team goes from strength to strength.

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Georgia Gayle: Scored 22, adding eight rebounds and six assists

Nottingham Wildcats 72 Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters 82: Great start to Hatters’ Trophy defence

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters got their defence of the WBBL Trophy off to the best possible start with a crucial 82-72 road win over the league-leading Nottingham Wildcats.

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Westfierld Health Sheffield Hatters' Georgia Gayle, centre, who made her senior Great Britain debut

Late agony as Sheffield Hatters suffer narrow defeat

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters suffered their fist defeat in six as they were pipped 82-79 away by Manchester Mystics in the Women’s British Basketball League.

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Brittany Winborne - in League's Top Five . Picture: Andrew Roe

Sheffield Hatters face top-of-the-table clash

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters, one of the three teams joint top of the British Womens Basketball League, have a tough trip to one of the others tomorrow.

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Steph Gandy: in a rich vein of form. Photo: Ian Anderson

Double boost for Sheffield Hatters as they land star Heilig and they Gandy is league player of month

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters have made a statement of intent for the remainder of the WBBL season by finally completing the addition of Jessica Heilig.

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Steph Gandy top-scored in Hatters' win. Photo: Ian Anderson

Steph Gandy stars again as Sheffield Hatters storm to third win of season

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters ended the unbeaten start of Leicester Riders with an 86-71 victory.

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Steph Gandy: 27 points for Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters. Photo: Ian Anderson

Gandy leads way in big Sheffield Hatters victory

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters recorded an 88-43 triumph over Caledonia Pride for their second league win of the campaign.

Georgia Gayle tlop scored with 23 for Hatters. Photo: Chris Etchells.

Gayle-storm gets Hatters off to flyer

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters recorded a 58-85 victory at league debutants Oaklands Wolves to get their WBBL Championship campaign off to a winning start.

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Sheffield Hatters girls who reached the England Under-15/16 squad, left to right:  Abbey Whitehouse, Jess Southwell, Ashante Richards  and Zoe  Kateregga

England squad calls for Sheffield Hatters quartet

It was final heartache for Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters in the Betty Codona Classic - but the disappointment was tempered by more international recognition for the club.

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Sheffield Hatters line up for the new season with Westfield Health executive Angela Bullivant, who is also seen below with coach Vanessa Ellis and chairman and founder Betty Codona. Our flahsback  picture is of Betty Codona with the first Hatters team of 55 years ago. Main photo: Dean Atkins

Westfield Health back Sheffield Hatters for sixth season

The most succesful women’s team in British sport history kicks off the new season tomorrow with the great news that their major sponsor is still right behind them.

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Hatters star Steph Gandy with founder and chairman  Betty Codona. Photo: Ian Anderson

Sheffield Hatters land top Euro duo as bid for survival goes on

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters have turned to Europe to fuel their bid for a second Womens Britsh Basketball Championship title after securing the services of Debora Rodriguez and Sara Lauria.

Sheffield Hatters WBBL Trophy winning squad, Jan 2016:  top row (left) Javier Romera, Helen Naylor, Georgia Gayle, Julie Page, Baendu Lowenthal, Naomi Campbell, Steph Gandy, Vanessa Ellis. 

Front row from left Sabra Wrice, Shauna Harrison, Ellis Clayton, Jo Lowry, Steph Ogden and Ana Santana Gonzalez.

Danny Hall: Multi-title winners Sheffield Hatters need our help to survive

They have helped put Sheffield on the basketball map since the early days of the 1960s, winning title after title to the point that they can legitimately claim to be the country’s most successful women’s sports club.

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Hatters players Jess Southwell and Ashante Richards are second and third from the right in the England Under-15 Women's Basketball team at the airport before departing for Copenhagen for an international tournament from today (June 16) until Sunday.

Sheffield Hatters duo represent England Under-15s

City of Sheffield Sheffield Hatters Pair Jess Southwell and Ashante Richards are in the England Under-15 squad playing in a European tournament in Copenhagen, Denmark from today until Sunday.

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Sheffield Gems basktball club win cup and league double

Sheffield Gems basktball club win cup and league double

Despite being badly hit by injuries Sheffield Gems have completed a great Leeds League and cup double.

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Sheffield Sharks 78 Bristol 70: Tuck milestone as Sharks get back on track

Sheffield Sharks made a late fourth quarter comeback to avoid losing five of their last six, beating Bristol Flyers 78-70 last night.

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Flashback: Hatters star Steph Gandy receives  the Betty Codona Classic Cup a year ago - from Betty Codona

Betty Codona: a true top Hatter

The year is 1961. The Beatles had just played at the Cavern Club for the first time, John F. Kennedy was the President of the United States and the young girls of Hatfield House Lane wanted a way to carry on playing basketball after they left school.

Helen Naylor in action for GB against Montenegro. Photo: FIBA/Mansoor Ahmed

Doncaster woman and Sheffield Hatters star Helen Naylor ‘buzzing’ after appearance in Great Britain Euro qualifier victory

Sheffield Hatters’ Helen Naylor featured in a thrilling comeback for Great Britain as they rekindled their hopes of qualifying for Eurobasket 2017.

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Fifteen-year-old Shauna Harrison with  Hatters star Steph Gandy and  the WBBL Trophy.

Shauna Harrison, 15, makes her mark in Sheffield Hatters’ triumph

A girl who promises to be a Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters’ stars of the future has spoken of her delight at being part of the club’s first trophy success of the season.

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