Mid-Season Round Up: How things stand at Christmas

The Ultimate Review of Scottish Hoops

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It has been a busy start to the 2018-19 season, after all of the Scottish Summer success within the Great Britain National teams, watching Scotland create history at the Gold Coast Commonwealth games, it was time to come back down to earth and return to the grind that is Scottish Basketball.

With 29 competitions being covered by the Scottish Basketball Championships, from Wheelchair Basketball, Scottish Cup and The League, there was more than enough basketball to go about. The National League was also joined by the 4 Local Leagues running around the country.

Well what can I say we are just short of 600 games having taken place across all levels of the SBC and what a season it is turning out to be.

Graham Shaw, BasketballScotland

BasketballScotland have yet again successfully ran another season of basketball with an increasingly smaller budget, as has been documented by the many GB Basketball press releases. Nevertheless, this season has been on to remember admits Shaw.

In the Men’s competition Reign finish the run up to Christmas unbeaten, a great achievement for a Club who only a few seasons ago were propping up the SBC league.

In the Women’s League, Lady Rocks, St Mirren, Kats, Fever and Edinburgh Uni are split by just 3 games and the end of season run in could prove crucial for teams as they all jostle for play-off spots and the league title.

In Youth basketball on the Men’s side it is an all Central affair with Fury top of the tree in the U18 league and Knights leading the way in the U16 League both teams unbeaten as we head into 2019. No doubt St Mirren sitting second in both leagues will be looking to try and change that in 2019 but they may have to wait for the play-offs given the form of both central sides to date.

The Youth Women’s Leagues the Wolves and the Rocks look set to fight it out for the U18 title and with the final game between them being hosted on the last day of the regular season we could have a genuine winner takes all title decider.  

In the U16 Women’s league Perth have continued to dominate and players who featured in last seasons U16 Play-offs and U14 Cup Final have continued to show why they are such a force to be reckoned with at this age group.

Graham Shaw

Basketball in Scotland is made up of so much more than the National League, with Local League’s providing people all across the country the chance to play. The infamous SLBA and Lothian League top the table as two of the biggest and best leagues in local basketball in Scotland. These are joined by the up and coming Grampian Basketball League and the Highland League which is having to regrow after a few years of collapse.

With 4 divisions at senior men level and dropping down all the way to under 14’s, SLBA poses as one of the biggest tasks around. Ran completely by volunteers, they have so far managed to put on almost 200 matches, all for the love of the game.

Renfrew Rocks currently top the Men Division 1 whilst also reaching the semi-finals of the BasketballScotland Chairman’s Cup. On the Women’s side, SPRA currently top the table after dominating the division over the past weeks.

Over on the East, United Baltics top the Lothian League Men division 1 after only dropping one game, in a dominant season, the step up to the National League may come into mind. Dunfermline Reign’s Women’s section has come to fruition in recent years and has developed into a table topping side as they lead the league in Lothian League Women.

Pro Hoops

Glasgow Rocks

After a summer of major turnover in terms of players, questions were asked early as people compared last seasons squad to the current one. Some were excited and some not so confident. A dominant pre-season provided Glasgow the chance to show off what was to come and people got excited with the flair and athleticism shown. However, Rocks have had what can be said as a disappointing season so far within the BBL Championship, starting 1-5 fans heads were dipping and the pressure was on players to retain their jobs. A break from the league in the British Basketball All-Stars did not provide any shelter as they dropped out early from the tournament.

Up next came the BBL Trophy and BBL Cup competitions, but before one match could tip off, the first victim of a poor season was released. Scottish guard Chris De Souza had signed for Rocks from Leeds Force and hadn’t managed to garner an appearance before being cut.

The wake up call from management kickstarted a rejuvenation of the squad as they have gone undefeated in the Cup so far and kick off their Trophy campaign in January.

Being led by Norwegian import Bouna Ndiaye at almost 14 points per game, Rocks have been gifted by a different player each night going off for a big performance, something head coach Darryl Wood will want to see more often. American guard Greg Pryor has also been a spark of energy, leading the team on the floor, the season would have looked better if he was able to stay on the floor, having to miss games due to injury.

The Scottish core at Rocks once again has played well and been the leaders in the team, with some mid season turmoil, Wood renounced captaincy off former GB captain Kieron Achara to allow him to focus on just playing and not the clubs issues off the floor. This move came in a shock but proved to be a valuable one as Achara’s numbers rose and the wins started coming. Gareth Murray also stepped his game up, to the point he earned a GB call up. Murray’s 11 points per night do not truly reflect his true scoring abilities, some huge performances have been unable to raise his averages after a couple of poor performances, after his 3 point outing in Manchester last week. Still a leader when things are not dropping, he was able to lead his side to victory over the Giants.

Caledonia Pride

Female basketball in Britain has been deserving of a professional league for years and with the creation of the WBBL, it allowed for the very best hoopers to to showcase their talents. Caledonia Pride have always had a large Scottish core, starting with what was essentially the Women’s national team in their hopes of qualifying for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. But now, they feature some of the very best young players in the country all teaming up to take on the best of British Basketball.

Headed up by Dutch coach Bart Sengers, the team has achieved major success in the WBBL cup competitions in previous years. This year, the squad is made up of a cornucopia of youth talent, showing the level our development has achieved. In 2018, the squad has racked up 3 league wins, already more than they have ever achieved at the Christmas break before, being led by Tia Weledji who is dropping over 18 points per game on 44% shooting from behind the arc. Weledji’s 2.6 assists per game allows her to involve the Scottish talent surrounding her, with Shawnisay Millar dropping 11.1 points a night along with Hannah Robb contributing 8.6 points and ranks second in assists for her team with 3.25 per game, trailing Alix Henderson who dishes 4.7 assists with 6 points.

We caught up with head coach Bart Sengers before Pride’s final game of 2018, taking on Cardiff Met Archers,

Our goal for the first half of the season was the fundamental development of our players. There was no pressure on winning games for this young team however we surprised ourselves a few times and the girls did really well already gathering 3 wins so far. With one more game to go before the Christmas break, we are in a position where we could have more wins in the league than we have ever had before at the Christmas break. An excellent achievement for the team and they earned all those wins. With a bit of luck, it could and possibly should have been two more wins which would have been incredible.

Pride have been touring the country this year, to allow for the audience across the country to view the spectacle that is the WBBL. Sengers says this has not turned into a major issue,

We have had a chance to play in some different places in the country which was great for exposure and for developing the toughness of the team. Not really having a home gym isn’t easy for any team but our team has handled it very well.

Development continues even at the highest level, something Sengers is keen to keep going,

We are happy with the development we have seen from most of the players and we have been able to add some more young Scottish talent to the training group which is going to be great for the future. The fact that we having so many young Scotts getting experience on the floor in the WBBL is important for the development of the sport and clearly shows there is a pathway for the talent out there if they are keen enough.

Looking ahead, the future is bright for Pride,

Before the end of the year, we will play an invitational tournament in Barcelona to keep our rhythm as well as gain further valuable experience. The second half of the season where the focus will remain on the development of the individual players will show us if we have grown enough to grab a place in the playoffs. To do that we need to improve certain parts of our team play first and foremost. The team has committed to improving those parts so I am looking forward to seeing them reap the rewards of their hard work.

British Wheelchair Basketball

Wheelchair basketball, well, it is definitely one of the countries greatest secrets. The GB Men won the World Championships, in Germany this year and the Women claimed Silver, an amazing feat for a sport which does not receive as much media attention or funding as running basketball – which doesn’t get a lot itself.

There was Scottish interest in that Jen Scally was the Team Manager for the Women’s squad, winning a Silver Medal and bringing back invaluable experience to Scottish Wheelchair Basketball.

Elsewhere on the GB circuit, young star Ben Leitch who has played for Dundee Dragons and Lothian Phoenix, was selected to the GB U23 squad that competed in Barcelona and Italy at the European Championships. Leitch then went on to sign for Glasgow Rocks Wheelchair Basketball team and will be competing in Division 1 of the British Wheelchair Basketball league, as they look for promotion to the Premier League.

The Rocks are the latest edition to “The Rocks Family” which also includes Lady Rocks and the move was big news across the wheelchair basketball community, tying Wheelchair Basketball and Professional Basketball in Britain together.

Glasgow Rocks Wheelchair Basketball are competing in two BWB divisions this year, D1 and D3. They currently top both of their Divisions and look to become the first Premier League team in Scotland. With Rocks 1 sitting on a 3-2 record, they’re tied on 8 points with The Owls atop the Division 1 table, whilst they’re team mates in Rocks 2 hold their own right over Division 3 was they sit on 16 points with a 7-2 record.

We caught up with Rocks’ Head Coach Jen Scally as her teams took a break from league action,

Glasgow Rocks have seen a large increase in athletes this year; with the club proudly entering two teams into British Wheelchair Basketball National Leagues. Glasgow Rocks 1 sits in Division 1 and Glasgow Rocks 2 in Division 3.

Glasgow Rocks 1 sees accumulation of talent from across Scotland; featuring new signings this season in David Beattie, James Beattie and Ben Leitch. There are a number of great athletes within the squad, and our toughest challenges for the season are keeping our full roster available and playing cohesively. The squad had a good challenge against Sheffield Steelers 2 in November; which saw a strong Rocks team take the victory. This is certainly our performance squad; aiming to finish as high in the league table as possible.

Glasgow Rocks 2 is focused on developing our talent and providing playing opportunities for our athletes. The commitment of the athletes has been fantastic; which has shown in their continued improvements. David Wallace Hird, Tom McCaffrey & Ronnie Cassels are certainly shining within the squad. Rocks 2 is in a strong position within the division; and looks forward to testing itself again in the New Year. The team has had opportunities to learn how to manage tight end of game scenarios; which has only benefited. 

Jen Scally

SBC

Senior Men

Division 1 this year has really been one to remember, proving a highly competitive league, no one is truly a clear cut title contender, 1 seed through 4 all still have their eyes on claiming the league title this season. Blessed with the return of some high level talent from playing down south and some fantastic talent being produced from the Under 18’s, the league has shown to be a top tier competition. Leading the pack at the break this year however is former Champions and Cup winners, Falkirk Fury. With a record of 9-3, they sit atop due to the point system used. Boasting a dominant performance over reigning League Champions St Mirren, Fury will be looking to mount a serious challenge for the title.

As well as topping the league table, Falkirk have also controlled the Scottish Cup competition this year, reaching the Cup Final and facing league champions and 2018 Playoff Finalists, St Mirren. Speaking on the Cup success, Fury head coach John Bunyan said,

For myself and the team, its been a challenging, frustrating, but productive season so far. We have reached the Cup Final and face St.Mirren, a team we always have exciting games against and our team is looking forward to what should be a great match. In reaching the Final, we defeated an unbeaten Reign side and played some of our best basketball of the season, but the win came at a cost, with our influential Greek forward Greg Foussas picking up an injury that could put him out for the season.

John Bunyan

That injury sustained may impact their championship challenge, Bunyan commented on the SBC season,

Our Championship campaign early on included 3 losses, which really meant we would have to win every game thereafter to stay in the title race. We signed Bantu Burroughs and started a great 9 game winning run with a big win on the road to St.Mirren in Bantu’s debut game. Ironically we came unstuck to Reign in a crucial league game, where again we picked a cruel injury against them, this time to Bantu and he had to go out the game just minutes into the second period, after we had built up an 11pt opening first quarter lead. All teams suffer injury and availability issues and at times its the team that can manage that the best than can prevail. The Championship this season contains a number of strong teams and with many of these sides having line -ups that include a real host of players from various countries, there is a lot of great basketball being played.We go into the Christmas break in the Cup Final and on paper still top of the Championship table – so we have to take a lot of positives from that and with our great fan base and a great group of players its a caesura of – bring on 2019! 

John Bunyan

There are only two Men’s teams with perfect records this season. Liverpool top Division 2 in England with 9 wins and 0 losses. But, only one has taken that feat to double digits and yes, they’re in SBC. Dunfermline Reign have been perfect so far this season, Christmas came early as they toppled Fury in the last round of fixtures for 2018 and will be hoping to remain undefeated in the New Year. Reign have been led by their captain, Kieran Lynch who shared his views on the season and on going 10-0,

Credit: Dunfermline Reign

We have had a great start to our season and have played some great team basketball. With some guys returning home from other teams they have slotted right back into the team seamlessly. We are very happy to be undefeated at Christmas but we have a tough challenge ahead of us in January with 3 games against top teams.

Teams are not perfect with out their coaches. Dunfermline have had an excellent pair of coaches this season with Kevin Pringle and John Day sharing the coaching responsibilities between them. A relationship that has produced such a dominant side must be one for the ages. We caught up with coach John Day, on his thoughts of the season so far,

We are happy with season so far, it’s mostly down to our improved defence as we had said to the guys that it’s what’s going to be needed for us to be battling for trophies, as we have guys that can score. But we know January is a big month for us playing St Mirren twice and Kings once, so really just trying to stay focused coming into January is our focus right now.

10-0 is an achievement all coaches can be proud of,

Going 10-0 just shows our consistency over the season and our improved ability to close out close games which in previous years has been tough for us . Going into Christmas 10-0 we knew was possible but knew it would be difficult and teams have made us work hard to stay 10-0 which I think is good for our guys.

Going into second half of season we just look to stay focussed and consistent and continue to work hard on both ends of the floor .

Division 2

Division 2 Men has always been a competitive league, but the gap between the two divisions has been evident with promoted teams often getting sent straight back down or struggling. This has also been true within the Scottish Cup with Division 2 sides never really making it to the latter stages.

However, this season has been one for the ages as Ayrshire Tornadoes have dominated the league this year, going 9-0 before losing in a tight 5 point game against Perth. They shook the country as they reached the Scottish Cup Semi-Finals, knocking off reigning Cup winners City of Edinburgh Kings in a thriller in Dalry, dropping eighteen 3’s on their way to a 95-76 win. Head coach David Saunders proudly shared his thoughts on the season,

Our season in D2 so far has been almost as good as it could be. We set ourselves a target of promotion after 3 seasons of this team being together and we’re currently on track to achieve that. Disappointing league result for us a few weeks back which saw our unbeaten run end but right now our focus is on securing a playoff position. Our cup run was a great confidence boost for this team, both our quarter and semi finals drew big home crowds and we had people engaging with the team and club in a way we haven’t seen in a long time.

David Saunders

Senior Women

This years edition of SBC Women has seen some of the clubs involved young talent shine through as effective contributors to their teams wins. A year for the young people has seen Edinburgh University go 6-3. After being demolished by St Mirren in the opening weekend, the university trials were held and they have racked together some top level talent from overseas. The new talent came just in time as they have forged their path to yet another Scottish Cup Final and will take on their Edinburgh counterparts in Edinburgh Koolkats.

Topping the league table is Lady Rocks, who almost went perfect in the league, but dropped a game to Kats early in the season to leave them 10-1. Having already played the reverse fixture in Cumbernauld, Rocks needed to win by 18 or more to secure the head to head. Falling short and taking a 16 point win, they have left the league open for Kats to pounce on them should they fall short again.

Topping the table at any stage comes with the challenge of retaining that position for the remainder of the season, something Lady Rocks captain Nadele Strain is keen to see happen,

We are excited and have enjoyed the challenge of sitting 1st place going into the Christmas break but we know it’s a long season and anything can happen, we just need to keep focussed on ourselves, work hard and keep moving forward.

Nadele Strain, Lady Rocks (Captain)

Kats were looking like favourites early on, not dropping a game but have fallen to 7-3. Elsewhere in the hunt sit St Mirren at 8-2, who have already taken down Rocks in the Cup and dropped the league fixture, with the reverse fixture in Paisley to be played in January.

Glasgow Fever are marginally in the hunt, more on the outside looking in at the moment, going 8-4 so far, they would need to go undefeated and other results to go their way to have a chance at the title. Fever, however, have been a bit of a surprise this season, almost propping up the league last season, they have made life frustrating for St Mirren already who topped Division 1 (when there was still Premier League) last season. With much of the same squad, they came out of the gates hot and have already accumulated more wins than they did the season before, a testament to young head coach, Stacey MacDonald.

U18 Men

This seasons Under 18 league has seen yet another side go undefeated as we head into the Christmas break. Two teams top the table, both tied on 22 points, Falkirk Fury edge out rivals St Mirren with a game in hand. Fury this season have been untouchable in the Championship, going 11-0. St Mirren sit second at the moment, playing an extra game, with a record of 10-2, dropping games to Wolves and Fury.

In the Scottish Cup this season however, Fury had taken care of business until the faced City of Edinburgh Kings who have been competing in Basketball England’s League this season, a tightly contested quarter final ended 61-59 in Kings’ favour.

St Mirren however showed their class, clearing out their path to the final as they will face Kings in the Scottish Cup Final after taking down Glasgow Rens 72-53 in the semi-final.

The under 18 league is littered with experienced coaches, stalwarts of the game. Young coaches don’t always enjoy the success that St Mirren’s head coach has achieved in the past few seasons, one of the youngest Head Coaches in the league, Liam Stevenson has guided his side to title challenges and deep cup runs and a Final this year will send a message out. Stevenson has instilled resilience into his squad, with a positive outlook across the squad after a surprisingly being comfortably handled by West Lothian Wolves early in the season.

We have a large squad this year and we were able to start off strong this season, and forever learning and adapting together. There’s been a couple of slip ups that we have bounced back from which I think shows the resilience of the team this year and the ability to grind through tough spells.

From here our goal is to play one game at a time and focus on keeping our performances consistent, through our new defensive and offensive system that has been implemented this year and hopefully with a bit of determination and hard work, we will be able to replicate or improved on our success in the second half of the season.

Liam Stevenson

Division 2 for Junior Men had some success in the off-season. With so many entries into the league, the decision was made by BasketballScotland to split the division into two conferences, East and West.

West Edinburgh Warriors top the table in the Eastern conference with 16 points and a 6-4 record, being closely chased by City of Edinburgh who are 6-2 on the season.

Over in the West, Ayr Storm top the table with Glasgow City hot on their tails. Having taken the league by storm, Ayr are undefeated in League action, going 6-0 whilst Glasgow sit at 4-1.

U18 Women

The start of the season proved to be one to forget for the whole of Scottish Basketball in terms of Junior Women. The already depleting league lost more teams and to top it all off, it was the fall of Edinburgh Kool Kats that got people worried. One of the countries biggest clubs and perennial League Winners and Cup Finalists had gone undefeated the season before. This however, allowed for a new hero to emerge in the league and so far it has proved to be a small, but fiercely competitive league.

West Lothian Wolves top the table at the moment with a 5-1 record but Lady Rocks are only a game behind currently perfect going 5-0. To the naked eye, people would say that these two teams have dominated the league as they are also this years Scottish Cup Finalists, but every team in the league is capable of beating each other. This years dark horses have to be St Mirren, led by Laura Collins who also dominates at Senior Women and coming off a GB Camp invitation have taken down Wolves already this season.

West Lothian Wolves head coach Dave Evans, who also heads up the U16 squad told The Church of Hoops,

The U18 league this season has been competitive. We are looking foward to the second half of the season to get more games. Wolves u18 women are extremely delighted to have made the cup final this year and are looking forward to having the opportunity to play Lady Rocks in the final.

Dave Evans, West Lothian Wolves

Lady Rocks make another Cup Final as the repeat last years matchup taking on Perth Phoenix.

U16 Men

It’s hard to run for the title when the team above you has not slipped up to date. That is the task facing St Mirren this season as they sit at 10-2 and chase Stirling Knights who have taken the country by storm going 12-0 in the league, reach the Scottish Cup Final and took down some of England’s best as they ventured the Basketball England National Cup.

West Lothian Wolves sit in 3rd place at 8-2 and the other half of this seasons Scottish Cup Final Inverness City sit in 4th place at 6-5. City have come through from Division 2 and have reached the Cup Final in their first year in the top flight, a feat not many clubs can claim to have achieved.

Knights head coach Les McGlasson has pushed his boys to not be complacent all year long and has kept his boys firing on all cylinders. After a bulk of the clubs elite athletes moving to Myerscough, the same U16’s have kept the U18’s near the top of the table.

Our U16M have really shown the potential to excel at a higher level this season and exceeded all expectations already by remaining unbeaten in all Scottish Competition including a 12-0 run in the league and securing a place in the Scottish Cup Final.

The biggest achievement however was our venture in the English National Cup, a first in the clubs history which saw us claim some very big scalps including BBL outfit Newcastle Eagles along with top Northern Premier League Academy Team Leeds Basketball Academy as well as Liverpool Basketball Club. A place in the Quarter Finals was way more than expected when entering this competition that allowed our players to set up against some more physical and technical players.


I am so happy and proud of these lads rising to the challenge more importantly learning so much during this campaign.

Les McGlasson

Our focus now remains the domestic league campaign and securing back to back league titles as well as a first Scottish Cup title for our young Men.

Les McGlasson, Stirling Knights

Division 2 is coming down to an exciting two horse race as Glasgow Rens and Ayr Storm both top the table with 9-1 records. With both sides looking for promotion, the race for automatic promotion could come down to the final day. Rens hold the advantage as they took down Storm 60-44 earlier this season.

U16 Women

Mid-way through the season and the league table is not also so clear, with teams picking up a point for a loss, the teams with more games played tend to look higher up the league table than their record suggests. However, this years Under 16 Women’s league has been one to remember as one of the most competitive in recent years, despite also being dominated by Perth Phoenix, confusing, but the games are good. Really good.

On record alone, Phoenix do sit top, having gone 9-0 in the league and the Stirling Knights/Falkirk Fury merger, Knights Fury Central sits at 8-2 narrowly edging out West Lothian Wolves who sit 7-1. Elsewhere, Glasgow City sit 6-4 having come through from Division 2 in recent years, head coach Toni Carvill will be looking at the improvements made week in week out.

Wolves’ Evans’ said,

The U16 league this season has been awesome. Games have been extremely close which shows the great work that clubs are currently doing.

The Wolves girls are enjoying the season and competing well, so the coaches are proud of the start that we’ve had.

Dave Evans, West Lothian Wolves

Glasgow Fever top Division 2 at 9-1 with Fraserburgh Storm 2 games back, having dropped both of their games to Fever and sit at 8-2.

SBC CliniMed

With Scottish wheelchair basketball enjoying success at the British level, there was still the Scottish League taking off. With BasketballScotland securing a main sponsor for the league, CliniMed, it allowed for the league to operate and development to continue across youth and junior National Championships.

Tina Gordon, head of Development for Wheelchair Basketball at BasketballScotland, has been responsible for the great growth of the sport at a national and international level. With some of Scotland’s top athletes now plying their trade professionally abroad. Gordon has also seen the SBC Wheelchair Basketball League grow year on year, saying

This season’s wheelchair basketball league is again supported by our partner-sponsors CliniMed. We have an increase number of teams, seeing Glasgow Rocks ‘Masters’ join us, currently topping the results table going into the New Year. An exciting addition to this season’s calendar is the ‘All Star’ game during Cup Final weekend, showcasing our finest wheelchair basketball talent from across our clubs to the wider basketball community I’m really looking forward to an exciting 2019.

Tina Gordon, BasketballScotland

Scally’s Rocks’ have again entered two teams into the league this season, they’re Masters team, who is being coached by Peter Moore, and Rocks 3. This culmination of 4 teams within one club shows the development and recruitment made by Scally and her club, growing year on year to being the biggest club in the country.

Glasgow Rocks are proud to have entered two teams into the CliniMed SBC League. CliniMed are not only a league sponsor, but a sponsor tor the club. We certainly value their partnership and the service they provide to our athletes through their high value products and expert delivery service. The club has decided to split the teams into a Masters Team and a team featuring our younger athletes, known as Rocks 3. Both games between these two squads have taken place; with experience beating youth. Bobby Park’s patented “cup of tea” play proved effective against Rocks 3.”

Jen Scally

There was also plenty of recognition for some of Scotland’s young coaches as Jen Scally picked up the SportScotland COVA Performance Development Coach of the Year and fellow wheelchair basketball coach Gemma Lumsdaine also picked up SportScotland COVA Young Coach of the Year and was a finalist for UK Coaching Heather Crouch Young Coach of the Year award.

Scots Abroad

This season has seen a plethora of Scottish talent move across the world to ply their trade. With the majority heading down south to compete for College Academies in the Basketball England Elite Academy Basketball League, Scotland has enjoyed some success with it’s athletes heading stateside to the NCAA.

Sean Nealon-Lino Boroughmuir Blaze > Fresno Pacific Univesrity
Alexander Ferguson Edinburgh Kings > Fresno Pacific University
Ewan Pennie AldersonDunfermline Reign > Broaddus NCAA II
Fraser Malcom Falkirk Fury > Black Hills State NCAA III
Ewan Lancaster Ayrshire Tornadoes > Gettysburg College NCAA III
Kyle JiminezEdinburgh Kings > Loughborough University Riders BUCS/NBL D1
Harry Morrice  Tayside Musketeers > Ireland
Callan Low St Mirren > Myerscough
Lewis McGlasson  Stirling Knights > Myerscough
Ruari Doherty  Stirling Knights > Myerscough
Lucas Hamill  Stirling Knights > Myerscough
Louis Sullivan Stirling Knights > Myerscough
Sardar Pandher  Falkirk Fury > Myerscough
Jordan Ferguson  Falkirk Fury > Myerscough
Jack Thomson   St Mirren > Myerscough
Mikey Irvine St Mirren > Myerscough
Christopher Feeney  St Mirren > Barking Abbey
  
Megan Jones Ayr Storm > Charnwood/Leicester Riders
Rebecca Morrison Ayr Storm > Charnwood/Leicester Riders
Celina Eisendhart  Edinburgh KoolKats > Myerscough
Paula Puzule Lady Rocks > Myerscough
Katie Simpson West Lothian Wolves > Myerscough