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Apr 14, 2022, 12:52 pm

As Glyndwr University Plas Coch Leisure Centre is closed on Monday 18th April there will be no training.

Back on Monday 25th April. :-)

Jan 9, 2022, 5:03 pm


Another chance to level up as a referee and help support competitive basketball in Wales - will also allow you to referee in rest of UK too.

One online session [ Zoom on Tuesday 18th Jan 6-8.30pm ] followed by practical in sports hall [ Sunday 23rd Jan venue in North East Wales TBC ].

Please contact club for further information.

Sep 5, 2021, 5:41 pm

At the end of the month Basketball Wales and North Wales Basketball Association will be holding a LEVEL 1 Referee Course at Holywell Leisure Centre and an online LEVEL 1 Table Officals course.


Follow the links below for more details and to complete an application.



L1 Ref - https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=XoEdZJxUo02gQWA2IkXDOUaJ3tdtWrlIulIoixgkM-1UMlFTSjVJOEM0WTk1Q1FaSVU3Tk5JM0NMTS4u


Wrexham basketball Represented in Basketball Wales' Flint 3-on-3 Tournament
Jul 27, 2021, 3:20 pm
To celebrate a return to competitive basketball following the restrictions over the past 16 months, Basketball Wales launched an outdoor 3×3 competition for U14, U16, U18 and senior teams.
After the initial competition in Swansea BW moved up the Jade Jones Pavilion, Flint on Sunday 25th July. The sun shone on the outdoor courts as teams from around North Wales, Wirral, Cheshire and Liverpool arrived to play in Basketball Wales' first 3-on-3 competition. Some readers may have already seen 3-on-3 in the Tokyo Olympics and be aware of the fast pace. Playing first to 21, or highest score after ten minutes, there is no time to relax and all the teams had to get used to the transition from the normal five player,full court game.
The North Wales Basketball Association are keeping everything crossed in hoping that 2021-2022 leagues can begin in October. Now is a great time to contact local clubs for anyone inspired by France's win against the USA in the Olympics. Links to clubs can be found on the North Wales Basketball Association's website.
Wrexham Basketball were well represented, with three Under 16 starters in the winning Dragon Slayers, two teams in the Under 18s and four starters from the senior team winning with their team "From The Side".
U14: Pheonix Flames
U16: Dragon Slayers
U18: Bulldogs
Seniors: From the Side

Great Opportunity To Support North Wales Basketball
Jul 8, 2021, 8:45 pm

North Wales Basketball can only provide formal competition if we are supported by officials. Although Basketball Wales are looking at organising some courses here is information from Manchester Giants.

Advert of Manchster Giants Referee Course

Training Back On!
Jun 7, 2021, 10:30 pm

As described on our homepage we're back balling. Please read the information for times, prices and covid guidelines links.

May 27, 2020, 2:55 pm

Training is still currently cancelled. Keep up those daily fitness sessions. we are psoting NBA Junior challenges on our twitter account and there's plenty of drills you can find on the internet. Remember - warm up and down. Stay hydrated. 🏀😎

Mar 15, 2020, 4:26 pm

Following statements from Basketball Wales Wrexham Basketball will suspend training for the next two weeks, from Monday 16th March to Friday 27th March.

North Wales Basketball have suspended all games at Holywell High School and the Cup Competitions that were meant to be held at Bangor University on Sunday 22nd March and Sunday 29th March.

We will be posting updates on our website, Twitter and Facebook.

Baksetball Wales updates can be found here...


NWBA updates can be found here...


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