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Probably the world's most popular indoor team sport, Basketball is a fast, skillful game for anyone, anywhere.
Basketball has a proud tradition at Brookes with teams competing in both BUCS and the National League.
Our Men's 1st compete in Midlands Conference 2B.
The team is coached by former GB and England international and two-time National League Division 4 Coach of the Year, Ken Walton and offers players the chance to represent the National League team
Training sessions for the 1st team take place at the Centre for Sport in Headington from 9:00pm to 11:00pm on Monday nights, with National League training running from 8:00pm to 9:30pm on Thursdays.
Follow their progress this season »
The following Brookes Sport 'Annual Sports Awards' have been won by OBUBBC Men & Women:
Sportsman of the Year 2018Jay MillerClub of the Year 2015Coach of the Year 2014Ken Walton (Men's 1st Team)
Additional awards are as follows:
NBL Men's D3 South Western Conference MVP 2020
NBL Women's D2 South Conference MVP 2017
NBL Men's D3 South Conference MVP 2017
Abdoulaye 'Hakeem' Sylla
NBL Men's D4 South Western Conference MVP 2015
Our Women's Team compete in the Midlands 2B division with the team coached by National League Coach of the Year 2017, Zach Meekings.
Many of the team also play in National League South-West Division along with other local players.
Team training takes place at Headington on Monday evenings from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.
If you want to represent #TEAMBrookes, give a new sport a go, or just find out more, then the best place to be is at our annual Sports Fair that takes place on the Wednesday of Fresher's Week.
Can't make the Sports Fair? You can still get further information by completing this form or sending an email to email@example.com