Swindon Shock Basketball Club have several teams in the town and we cover them all. From their national league side to their wheelchair team, we are regularly court side to film and photograph matches.
Swindon Shock head coach David Colclough was proud of his young side despite falling to a National Cup first round defeat against local rivals Team Swindon.
Team Swindon head coach Antonio Wilburn was delighted to grab the bragging rights against former club Swindon Shock after the pair were drawn together in the first round of the National Cup.
Swindon Shock booked their first-ever play-off slot with a huge 98-58 home win over Woking Blackhawks at the weekend. Six Shock players scored double figures with Lee Hobbis (18), Matt North (17) Alistair Tilney (14), Dan Chambers (12), David Colclough (11) and Matt Ford (10) leading the scoring. But it
Swindon Shock secured back-to-back victories at the weekend to move just one win away from the end of season play-offs for the first time in the club’s history. The successes, both on the road against Thames Valley Cavaliers and Oxford Stealers, saw Shock extend their superb winning run to five matches
Swindon Shock thumped Reading Rockets II 117-76 at the weekend to clinch their third straight win in EBL National Division 4. Despite another shaky start by Swindon Shock, they bounced back to grab a commanding lead of 30-16 after the first quarter. After some defensive adjustments in the break Swindon managed to control proceedings
Swindon Shock clinched a superb 91-38 victory on the road against Bristol Flyers to secure back to back wins. Julia Summers captured all the best action from the match and you can view her gallery of pictures above.
Swindon Shock bounced back to winning ways in the EBL National Division 4 with a convincing home win against Southampton Sharks at the weekend. The hosts got off to a decent start and held a 10-point advantage midway through the first quarter after some outstanding defending forced Sharks in to
Missed chances cost Swindon Shock dear at the weekend as they were beaten 62-58 at Cardiff City in EBL National Division 4. After running league leaders Oxford close last time out, Shock went into the clash with Cardiff in confident mood. Cardiff eased into a lead from the tip off
Swindon Shock gave league leaders Oxford Brookes University a run for their money at the weekend. YourSportSwindon covered the match at Swindon Academy and here’s our extended highlights from the game.
Swindon Shock came close to upsetting league leaders Oxford Brookes University on Saturday, eventually slipping to a 79-70 defeat. Oxford Brookes arrived at Swindon Academy on a nine-match winning run but Swindon Shock were undaunted by the challenge having almost beaten the leaders earlier in the season. Unfortunately a slow start ultimately cost