The West Lothian Wolves Summer Basketball Programmes, delivered in partnership with West Lothian Council, offers a fantastic opportunity over the Summer School Break for 7-18 year olds to:
All attendees are advised to bring their own healthy lunch, water bottle and appropriate indoor sports kit.
The programme will be open to everyone and will be split into 3 camps based on level, available from ages 7 to 18, and will take place from 9.30am to 4pm on the following dates:-
The camp will be led and organised by Mark Stevenson, West Lothian Wolves Community Coach, with appearances from Wolves coaches and Guest Coaches across the programme.If you have any queries regarding which camp would be best suited to your child, please contact Mark Stevenson at email@example.com
To Book, use the link below
West Lothian Wolves Summer Programme 2016 Ticket Sales
We are very proud of William Wardrop and Owen Shade on achieving their Getting Started Coaching Award. This is hopefully the start of their coaching journey. Both young men are great role models to the younger members of the club and will hopefully continue to develop their coaching skills.
The picture below shows William and Owen receiving their awards in front of the Senior Men at their practice session.
West Lothian Wolves were on hand to volunteer and provide a demonstration at a 'Play Works' conference at Kirkhill Primary School in Broxburn on Saturday Morning.
Wolves players John McGinlay, Owen Shade, Callum Mortimer, Harris Christie, Fraser Christie, Rose Harvey, Mya Sweeney, Sophie Shepherd, Jenni Torrance and Alice Mortimer provided demonstrations of shooting, passing and ball handling.
They also had conversations with members of the public about the club, encouraged people to take part in the demo (including the Queen) and took part in some of the other demonstrations including balloon making, face painting and jive dancing.
Friday 3rd June 2016
The Finals of the Secondary School Programme Basketball Tournaments for S1-S2 & S3-S4 took place at Bathgate on Friday.
Following multiple events throughout the season to determine the finalists, the following games took place on the show court at Bathgate Academy.
Semi Final 1: Inveralmond Community High School beat Armadale Academy
Semi Final 2: St Margarets Academy beat Linlithgow Academy
3rd Place Playoff: Linlithgow Academy beat Armadale Academy
Final: St Margarets Academy beat Inveralmond Community High School (After Golden Basket)
Following the withdrawal of Broxburn Academy, the following 3 teams played a round robin to determine which 2 teams made the final
Game 1: Deans Community High School beat St Margarets Academy
Game 2: St Margarets Academy beat Armadale Academy
Game 3: Deans Community High School beat Armadale Academy
Final: St Margarets Academy beat Deans Community High School (After Golden Basket)