Scotland Wheelchair Basketball Team off to Celtic Cup 2012
Scotland U23 Wheelchair basketball team will be jetting off to Enniskillen in Northern Ireland on Friday the 27th of July to take part In the Celtic Cup 2012.
The Scots will be looking to bring home the trophy once again after their home success last year at the PEAK in Stirling. The squad will be led by head-coach Shirley-Anne Duff and Team Manager Darren Smith with rising wheelchair basketball star Steven Ross as one of the key players.
The squad, all fired up and inspired by the recent tragic loss of Head-Coach Stevie Duff and the build- up to the Olympic and Paralympic games, are ready to display their talent against Northern Ireland and Wales this weekend and be crowned reigning champions for the second year in a row.
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|Mark Stevenson||5.0||Lothian Phoenix|
|Simon Ramsay||5.0||Lothian Phoenix|
|Paul Sloan||3.0||Lothian Phoenix|
|Steven Ross||2.5||Lothian Phoenix|
|Mark Scholefield||1.5||Sheffield Steelers|
|George Bates||4.5||Leicester Cobras|
|David Ion||4.5||Newcastle Eagles|
|Charlie Fryer-Stevens||4.0||Liverpool Vikings|
Head- Coach: Shirley-Anne Duff
Assistant Coach: Mat Foden
Assistant Coach: Robert O’Rorke
Team Manager: Darren Smith