Wales to battle it out in Junior Championships
The Lord's Taverners Wheelchair Basketball Junior Championships welcomes players from their home regions across England and the Home Countries over this weekend (August 4th & 5th) to compete at the University Arena Worcester.
Competing in two age categories (U15 and U19) the 2018 tournament will see twenty teams launch their campaigns to claim the coveted championship titles. Nine U15 teams and eleven U19 squads will take part in this year's tournament.
The Lord's Taverners Junior Championships boasts a rich legacy with many of GB squad members having competed in the tournament during their early / junior career.
Caroline Matthews will be the U19 Head Coach and Lee Coulson as U15 Head Coach.
Sara Millband (North Wales Knights), Oliver Griffith-Salter (CWBA), Luke Ravenscroft (North Wales Knights), Nia Evans (North Wales Knights / Rhyl Raptors), Kieran Jones (Conwy Thunder), Sam Law (West Coast Warriors), Daniel May (CWBA), Andreas Alexandrou (North Wales Knights /Anglesey Hawks), Rebecca Ganley (Conwy Thunder), Assim Hussain (Rhyl Raptors)
Alex Wilson, Captain (Conwy Thunder), Anastasia Blease, Vice Captain (Rhyl Raptors) Callum Williams (Swansea Storm), Ryan Jones (Anglesey Hawks), Tegwen Dudley (West Coast Warriors), William Bishop (Rhyl Raptors), Olivia Philips (Pemborkeshire Hurricanes), Rhys Evitts (Rhyl Raptors), Kai Frisby (West Coast Warriors), Callum Truchon (Anglesey Hawks)
For more information about Wales Wheelchair Basketball Association, please email: email@example.com