Mens Premier Division Team: Blackpool
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Fixtures & Results
|Competition||Week Commencing||Home Team||Result||Away Team||Match Report|
|League||02/10/2017||Blackpool||65 – 77||Free City YMCA|
|League||09/10/2017||Blackpool||87 – 72||Preston Pride 1|
|League||16/10/2017||Trafford||96 – 77||Blackpool|
|Cup||23/10/2017||St Helens||0 – 20||Blackpool|
|League||30/10/2017||Blackpool||83 – 50||YMCA|
|League||06/11/2017||Tropics||104 – 66||Blackpool|
|League||13/11/2017||Blackpool||78 – 75||Cardinal Langley 1|
|Cup||27/11/2017||Blackpool||75 – 82||Cardinal Langley 1|
|League||04/12/2017||Blackpool||85 – 71||Bury Bluedevils|
|League||08/01/2018||Blackpool||67 – 71||Myerscough College|
|League||29/01/2018||Free City YMCA||TBC||Blackpool|
|League||05/02/2018||Preston Pride 1||TBC||Blackpool|
|League||12/03/2018||Cardinal Langley 1||TBC||Blackpool|
Team HistoryIt can be said that the history of North West Basketball emanates from the Blackpool area. Two strong senior Men's League's in the late 70's, in main based around the Fylde Coast schools, with two memorable exceptions being Penwortham and Kirkham Prison.
The common link was as mentioned schools of the area which utilized home courts, teachers, colleagues, friends and pupils. A competitive League in both Divisions made entertaining and "come back for more" Basketball.
With the talent, knowledge and experience brimming from Warbreck School players past and present a North West Counties Squad was formed trialing players from the Fylde Coast Region. A strong structure in the Blackpool and Fylde Area gave youngsters a target.....
An extensive team history is available to download in PDF format: Blackpool History