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Welcome to Iroquois Basketball Club

Iroquois is a community orientated basketball club, based primarily at Gravesend Grammar School, covering Gravesham & the surrounding area in North Kent.  It caters for all age groups, from boys & girls in year 5 of primary school up to adults. It has a strong development programme, covering players, coaches, referees and table officials, and works closely with a number of local schools, Gravesham Borough Council & the Gravesham School Sport Partnership.

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To play the game is great...

To win the game is greater...

To love the game is greatest of all!

Clubmark

Iroquois Basketball Club is a Sport England Clubmark accredited organisation.  Clubmark is a cross-sport, nationally recognised standard for sports clubs with Junior sections. As part of the work to achieve accreditation, the Club has enhanced its practices and procedures, including such areas as child protection, health & safety etc.  Iroquois is an England Basketball registered club and, as such, has the benefit of public liability insurance.

 

ESPN.com - College Basketball

Haith leaving Mizzou, agrees to coach Tulsa
Missouri coach Frank Haith has verbally agreed to become the next coach at Tulsa, Haith confirmed Friday morning in a text to ESPN.com.

Canty backs off Auburn commit, will visit USF
Marshall transfer Kareem Canty, hours after giving coach Bruce Pearl and Auburn a verbal commitment, has decided to visit South Florida before making a decision.

Sources: Vols target La. Tech's White as coach
Tennessee has targeted Louisiana Tech's Michael White to replace Cuonzo Martin.

Tarkanian released from Las Vegas hospital
Former UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian is back home after spending 10 days in a Las Vegas hospital following a heart attack.

IROQUOIS DIAMOND JUBILEE (1952 - 2012)

 

Matt Walton to Officiate at Paralympics

Iroquois Club Member Matt Walton has been appointed as a table official for the London 2012 Paralympic Games Basketball.  This is a fantastic achievement and well deserved recognition for Matt's efforts over the years as a table official.

Iroquois Win MBA Finals

Iroquois Lynx have won the first ever MBA U16 Girls Final with an excellent team performance where every player contributed to the win on Saturday 24th March in the MBA Finals Day at Medway Park.

In what was the best final of the day with a 1 point game right up to the final 5 minutes of the 4th, Iroquois finally pulled ahead of Maidstone Warriors with a 3 pointer from Captain Sarah Beale.  This seemed to knock Maidstone and Iroquois gradually pulled further ahead, despite tough play from Maidstone, to eventually win by 7.  Top scorer was Maddie Perrett with 21, supported by point guards Yana Koreleva & Jess Wells, and forwards Debbie Akinyelu, Issy Baylis, Emily Misoni & Isha Ahluwalia.  The Team was coached by Neil Sherres, assisted by Angus Wakefield

Iroquois Raiders won the U18 title for the first time ever, having been runners up previously) with a comfortable 40 point win over rivals New House, led by top scorers Toby Lake and Nathan Green.  The team also included, Lewis Dhillon (C), Dan Cooper, Angus Wakefield, Chris Auborn, Matt Lewis, Connor Gordon, Jono Hayward, Rohit Sidhu, Jack Wade, Lewis Wade & Spike Dolphin (injured) and was coached by Richard Howse and Derek Lewis.


 


Records of Iroquois' Success in U14, U16, U18 Central Venue Leagues and MBA Senior Men's Division 1 & 2, Cup, Plate & Rosebowl

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NBA Top Plays
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Blazers Top Rockets In Game 1 Thriller
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Aldridge's 46 lead Blazers by Rockets in OT
LaMarcus Aldridge scored a franchise playoff-record 46 points and Damian Lillard added 31, including the go-ahead free throws in overtime, to lift the Portland Trail Blazers to a 122-120 victory over the Houston Rockets on Sunday night in Game 1 of their

Heat use late charge, top Bobcats in Game 1
LeBron James scored 27 points, Dwyane Wade added 23 and the Miami Heat used a late charge to beat the Charlotte Bobcats 99-88 on Sunday in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference first-round series.