Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball news
Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball crowned champions
Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball has made history by winning the inaugural Women’s Premier League title.
Computacenter confirmed as Lightning Wheelchair Basketball’s headline sponsor
Computacenter, the leading independent technology business, has been confirmed as Lightning Wheelchair Basketball’s headline sponsor.
Griffiths to join star-studded Lightning Wheelchair Basketball line-up
Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball have bolstered their squad with the addition of five-time Paralympic Games star, Clare Griffiths.
New British Wheelchair Basketball Women’s Premier League to be broadcast live
British Wheelchair Basketball has today announced that the BBC will show eight games live across the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League.
Lightning six to represent GB Women’s British Wheelchair Basketball
Loughborough Lightning will have a strong presence in GB Women’s British Wheelchair Basketball squad for the upcoming 2021 European Championships in Madrid, Spain.
Hamer and Fitzpatrick complete stellar Loughborough line-up
Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball has completed its roster for the 2022 season with the marquee signings of ParalympicsGB stars Jude Hamer and Siobhan Fitzpatrick.
Great Britain pair strengthen Lightning’s squad
Great Britain duo Niamh Horan and Holly Lounds have become the latest high-profile signings to join Loughborough Lightning’s Wheelchair Basketball side.
ParalympicsGB stars sign for Lightning
Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball can confirm that ParalympicsGB stars Robyn Love and Lucy Robinson will be joining the club for the inaugural Women’s Premier League.
Whyte and Speirs bolster Lightning side
Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball has bolstered its side for the upcoming Women’s Premier League campaign with the signings of Lynsey Speirs and Jess Whyte.
Lightning Wheelchair Basketball reveal first squad members
Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball has revealed the first two members of its brand-new team ahead of the inaugural Women’s Premier League.