Following the previous season's success, Woking Blackhawks enter their 1st National Premier team, the top level of youth basketball in England. Our U16 make their prem debut coached by Ed Fenech and Gerrard Sammon.
U16 NL team under Coach Mark Winton and Coach Ed Fenech make Club history by taking the U16 to the 4th round of the National Cup and winning the South England Conference. Our U14 NL team under Coach Ben Trinder comes a close 2nd in the National South England Conference losing out on point difference to Reading after a dominant season.
Mark Winton hands over reins to Russell Fernandes as Head of Youth. After 18 years of coaching Costa Rakitzis retires.
Our U14s also win the Bracknell CVL, defeating Yately Silverbacks 45-27 in the final.
06-Jan-2019: The new Youth website is launched. The first-ever online registration form was received by Sarah Abbot-Cole for her daughter Izzy on the 18th of January at 16:04 and the second form was received by Heather Evans for her daughter Jessica on the same day, 13 minutes later.
The U14 Boys register the first-ever national league team under coach Ben Trinder and team manager Mawuse-Ayele Ayivi.
June 2018: After 7 years at the helm, Iain Taylor steps down as Chairman. Mark Winton takes on the role in an acting capacity until 15 October when Rick Lansdell took over again in an acting capacity until a more permanent candidate is found.
After 15 years, Costas Rakitzis steps down as head of the Youth programme in May 2017 to take on the role of head of the Girls programme with a view to increasing numbers and field the first-ever Girls national league team within the next three or four seasons.
Costas was succeeded by Mark Winton who assumed responsibility for the Boys programme too. Mark's objectives included the introduction of an U14NL team (for the 2018-19 season) for the first time in the Club's history and maintain our National League presence in the U16 and U18 age groups.
2017: After winning the Wessex League Div.1 title four times and a 2-year tenure in the England Basketball League Div.4, the Club's flagship team the Flyers folds due to lack of players. Damian Knode, one of the Club's most successful coaches, agrees to coach his son's U10 squad for the 2018-19 season.
2016 - Amy Marsh joins the club as team manager
On 28 May 2015, Koula Rakitzis (a L2 Table Official and team manager) loses her battle to Motor Neurone Disease.
Iain Taylor is voted in as Chairman in June 2011 having been in an acting capacity (helping Keith Farmer after the loss of his wife Sandra) since January 2011.
2009: Keith Farmer one of our most successful chairmen steps down. During his tenure the senior programme for both men and ladies was re-introduced with sustainability in mind, the Club achieved CLUB MARK status and the coveted 4-Star England Basketball accreditation.
2008: Seniors Wheelchair section joins the fold. The section is managed by David Kingstone. Vicky Kingstone is secretatry.
Keith Farmer is voted in as chairman in June 2006.
2006: Girls basketball is introduced in the Youth Programme under head coach Phil Parry. Jasmin Tenger (the first-ever girl to register with the Blackhawks), Michelle Taylor and Katie Wright were the founding players. Keith Jarvis joins as coach.
Tim Hearn joins as club treasurer.
Aldershot Flyers join the Club to become our flagship senior men's team, the Blackhawk Flyers under coach/player Damian Knode and team manager/player Ben LeTourneau.
Keith Farmer joins as club secretary.
Costas Rakitzis joins the Club as head coach. As at January 2019, he is the longest serving member.
Woking Blackhawks Basketball Club is re-established by Bob McGregor with a single U10 Boys team. Bob's wife Sue was secretary and Jo Lynch was team manager. Our gratitude to all three will be ever-lasting.
Woking Blackhawks fold temporarily.
Woking Blackhawks Basketball Club was established with a single senior men’s team.