Derby u18 went into the top of the table clash against the National Champions from last year, Manchester Magic. After losing at the Magic by 23 earlier in the season, the players & staff were determined to make amends
Following last week’s performance against Mansfield the young Blazers travelled to Northampton full of confidence looking for another strong performance against a Thunder team that had won their last two games
Derby Trailblazers will renew one of their fiercest rivalries on Saturday as they travel to Braunstone Leisure to face Leicester Warriors. League form rarely plays a part in games between the two clubs, with pride and passion being much more at the forefront on players’ minds.
Derby U13’s travelled to Mansfield knowing that they would have to be at their very best to compete with a team that had beaten them by 29 points earlier in the season. As the game begun the young Blazers controlled the opening tip and Robert found an uncontested passage to the basket to score the first points of the game. Both teams
Derby Trailblazers gained a degree of revenge on Sunday night as they put together an accomplished performance on the south coast, which resulted in an 83-73 victory over Worthing Thunder in the quarter-final of the Men’s Trophy. Derby will now travel to Manchester Magic on Sunday 8th February in the semi-finals of the competition
Following the Christmas & New year break the U13’s were back in National League action against Leicester Riders. Prior to the opening tip both teams paid tribute to the late great Clarence Wiggins who passed away over the Christmas break, what followed on the court would have