Status updated on Tue 22 May 2018 10:44
Your recently crowned Champions of British Wheelchair Basketball's Division Three South West will be action this Weekend at National Championship finals to fight for the overall divisional winners against the other regional winners.
The Thames Valley Kings will be in Semi-Final Action at 2pm on Saturday afternoon against Sheffield Steelers 4 for a place in Sunday's final against the winners of the second semi-final between Tees Valley Titans 3 and Sussex Bears.
In a first for the sport, BBC Sport Online will be streaming the flagship games from the weekend including the Premier, Women's and Junior League Finals. British Wheelchair Basketball's Facebook page will also be streaming the finals for the other leagues.
Status updated on Sun 20 May 2018 15:00
Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club added 2 new photos.
The second game for our division 4 team finishes Kings 22 v 46 Exeter Otters WBC. Well played to all our division 4 players over the season 😀 🏀🏀
Status updated on Sun 20 May 2018 12:45
Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club added 3 new photos.
1st div 4 game finishes KINGS 29 v 12 SportsAble... however SportsAble were over classification points so the game was forfeited.
Status updated on Sun 20 May 2018 07:30
It's the very final matchday of the 2017/18 for the Kings
Kings return to Division Four action after their round 3 bye
As they take on Sportable Rockets and Exeter Otters
Its back to back games - starting from 10.30
Status updated on Thu 17 May 2018 11:38
Unfortunately, Our media man was out of town at a conference this week when the confirmation officially came in, however.....
It is our immense pride that we can officially confirm that the Thames Valley Kings have been crowned Champions of the British Wheelchair Basketball Division Three South West
There was a three-way tie for first place in Division 3 South West. When this occurs, the final placings are determined by using the IWBF’s ‘Classification of Teams’ Procedure which can be found in Rule 9, section D of the ‘Official Wheelchair Basketball Rules 2017’ Within this procedure, when two or more teams are tied, the game(s) between these 2 or more teams shall decide on the classification. Having reviewed the results of the matches between the three teams, The Thames Valley Kings won 3 out of the 4 matches involving the three teams and therefore finish the season in 1st Place and advance to the National Championships weekend.
Thames Valley Kings have also been promoted into the Second Division.
Finishing in second place is Plymouth Raiders who won 2 out of the 4 matches. Swansea Storm finishes the season in third place with 1 win from the 4.
The 2018 National Championships will be taking place on Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th May at EIS, Sheffield and Kings will return to the court to determine the overall Division Three Champions against the other division 3 league winners.