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Lightning Wheelchair Basketball vs Cardiff Met Archers

Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball team

About this event

Our two-time title winning Lightning team are back on campus for another fixture of the 2024 British Wheelchair Basketball Women's Premier League season.

Head on down to the Netball Centre to support Loughborough Lightning as they take on Cardiff Met Archers, 4pm tip-off.

With unrivalled match day experience and fun for all the family, why not witness our new look team in action for the first time this season whilst watching some of the best international sporting talent.

Watch the action unfold whilst enjoying light refreshments, entertainment and fun for all the family.

It's not one to be missed!

Learn more about our match day experience and see why you should join the #LightningFamily this season.

  • Booking information

    • Adult: £5; Concessions (Under 16 & 65+): £3.50; Wheelchair user & carer: £3.50; Under 5: Free
    • Booking required? Yes
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