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June 2011......

Cardiff Warriors are TRIPLE CROWN CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 


Warriors calm the Storm to open the season

The Cardiff Warriors 1sts hosted last years undeafeated D1 champs & also Terry Price cup champs, Swansea Storm this past sunday 24/10/10 in our season opener. A lot of people were expecting the Storm to go undefeated again this season, given the fact that they have recruited massively by adding Welsh international & former D1 Bristol Flyers player Mike Gregory, also with the Return of fellow welsh international Matt Daw, along with new signings, fellow welsh international Gareth Priddle, his brother Robbie Priddle who is a former National league player also & American center Joseph Womack, who also currently plays in the National league.

The Warriors have also recruited heavily this season (see below for new recruits) & have the core of last years team back with the club this season & were ready to seek redemption after blowing a 24 point lead to the Storm in last years cup final.

Without going into too much detail, the game was back & forth for the duration & remained at about a 5 point lead for either team for the majority of the game. The Storm did go up by 10+ points at one point in the 1st half, but with Warriors point guard Sid Khan feeding the ball inside to Patrick Likkoso & Big Tony for high percentage shots they were able to keep chipping away & bring the game back. Matt Daw was fouled out early which really hurt the Storm, just as Asa Waite also fould out for the Warriors moments later. 6 players in total were fould out in what was an extremely physical & high energy game, with much more of a National league feel to it than local league. An alleyoop dunk by Storms Womack stunned the crowd & got everyone out of their seats, but the 3 point shooting of the Warriors, especially from game MVP Edris (Eddie) Kizito kept the Warriors in the lead until the final minuite of the game, at which point saw the Storm trying to stop the clock by fouling on purpose & sending the Warriors to the freethrow line. The Warriors newlyt signed 'silent assasisns' from Latvia (Sandy & janis) came off the bench to seal the victory by knocking down extremely clutch free throws in the final seconds. An epic game to be part of as I'm sure the return game will be.


Storm were missing players Mike Elwood & Bryan Culliford & the Warriors were missing players Chris Harper, Mo 'Scottie' Jama & Leighton Coles

Game MVP - Edris (Eddie) Kizito









Warriors Latest Player Signing's:

Asa Waite, who has played the the past few season in the English National D1 league for the Cardiff Celts & the Bristol Academy Flyers is the latest player to join the re-vamped Cardiff Warriors for 2010/11

At 6'3, Asa is an amazinly athletic player, capable of playing multiple positions & almost impossible to stop in a one on one match-up, he has also represented the Welsh International squad multiple times. We are extremely happy to have him with the Warriors given his availability!

                    Asa Waite

Sid Khan, has decided to join us after playing for the cross town rival Cardiff Capitals for the past two seasons, he has been one of, if not the best player on their roster during that period, averaging 23points, 5steals, 5assists & 4rebounds per game for the Capitals in 2010

Sid has also previously played basketball in Riverside, California until he picked up an injury. A very prolific scorer who is sure to add even more firepower to our offence, we are excited to have him for the 2010/11 season!

                       Sid Khan 

Leighton Coles,  who was the was also the player/coach for the Barry Huskies last season has decided to join the Warriors & reunite with his former coach (Harper) after many years of playing for Barry in D1.

Leighton has also played at national league level with Swindon, & has experience of coaching at the college & highschool levels. He should provide a great play making & leadership role for us.


                  Leighton Coles



The Cardiff Warriors & Cardiff City Council are hosting a 3 on 3 tournament for over 16's on sunday the 19th of september @ the pavilion youth club in Cardiff Bay, from 12pm -3pm.

Teams will be arranged & put into groups on the day (unless you already have your 3 players), the winners of each group will advance to the next round & play against each other in a 'knock-out' format untill only one team is left standing!

Only £3 per player, Will be a great event, dont miss out & feel free to contact us with any queries!

 * Only £3 per player, payable on the day
* The tournament champions will be awarded with trophies
* Runners up will also receive trophies
* Teams will be arranged on the day



Division 1
Swansea Storm 1sts
Kenfig Hill Cougars 1sts
...Barry Huskies 1sts
Swansea University
South Wales Police
Cardiff Warriors 1sts
Cymmer Wizards
Cardiff Capitals 1sts

Division 2
West Wales Tropics
Cardiff Warriors 2nds
...Kings BC
Kenfig Hill Cougars 2nds
Beddau Knights
Crickhowell Bulldogs
Swansea Deuce

Division 3
Cardiff Capitals 2nds
Newbridge Raiders
UWIC 1sts
UWIC 2nds
Swansea Storm 3rds
Ely Titans
RCT Gladiators

JUNE 2010:


Having won the D2 SWVBA Championship, the Cardiff Warriors have also gained promotion into Division 1 for next season, the Warriors will now boast two separate teams, one in Division 1 & the other in Division 2.

The Warrior's will now be having open sessions & tryout's throuout the summer time every sunday 8pm untill 10pm at the Pavilion Youth Club (located at the top of dumballs road butetown, close to the new police station) sessions will be just £2 each.

We've been having alot of interest after winning the D2 championship & being promoted to D1 for the coming season from many players, as well as the fact that we will be actively recruiting new player's to join the club, so if you would like a chance of playing with one of our squads next season (we have squads in D1 & D2) start coming along as soon as possible to get to know our current players, coach & managers etc.

We will be moving back to our regular home court at Star Lesiure Centre closer to the end of august, ready for the 2010/11 season.

Any questions, feel free to contact Nas or Musa on the "contact's page"

MAY 2010:


Dear All, The following message was emailed to us from Gavin Williams yesterday...

"It is with great sadness that I have learned of the passing of Senior Welsh International Stuart Robbins who passed away suddenly in his sleep in the early hours of Sunday morning aged just 33.

Stuart has many close friends and colleagues who play in our league and therefore I think it would be a fitting tribute to hold a minutes applause before all upcoming SWVL matches.

An instruction will be sent out to all officials,
Regards, Gavin Williams"


We would like to give our respects from all of us at the entire Cardiff Warriors Organisation that knew Stuart

.. Rest In Peace Juice..






 JANUARY 2010:


Ting Chou (or "T") one of the original members of the warrior's club has sadly had to leave the UK for good & return to his homeland of Taiwan. "T" will be greatly missed by EVERYONE here at the Warrior's Club, of which includes some of his best friends.. "T" is a wonderfull guy & a great basketball player, wishing you all the best for your future "T".. farewell.

"T" is also responsible for the Warrior's Club Mission Statement  - 

"We are warriors from different nations who have one common interest which is playing basketball,  & one common goal which is dominating whatever league we are playing in!" - Ting Chou



               "T" in action


JULY 2009:


Cardiff City's premier Basketball club, "The Cardiff Warriors" have signed british basketball legend & former 1985 NBA draft pick Chris Harper as their new head Coach/Player for the upcoming 2009/10 season

You only have to listen to Coach Harper speak for a short time before you sense his enthusiasm and passion for the game of basketball, a game that he plays & coaches with intensity and emotion.

The legedary American guard /coach seems rejuvanated to be once again involved with Cardiff Basketball, having spent many years away from the sport in the city he has called home for almost two decades..

Born in southern California, Chris started playing Basketball at the age of 7 having been encouraged by his brother’s best friend.

From the very start he was hooked on the game that was to become such a big part in his life and give him so many opportunities.

One of those opportunities he has had is to travel and Chris has played basketball in Germany, Israel, UK, US and New Zealand.

He was taking part in trials in Israel when he picked up an ankle injury that snatched away his chances to play there and forced him back on a plane home to the States.

Chris had played college basketball while studying for his degree in Speech and Community Relations at The University of Oregon and was selected by the Sanantonio Spurs in the 1985 NBA DRAFT, which included NBA legends like Patrick Ewing, Karl Malone & Joe Dumars.

But it was while teaching and coaching at the Foothill Community College 17 years ago that Chris first got the call to cross the Atlantic and play basketball in Britain.

Chris arrived in Cardiff where he would play for the next six years for the Cardiff Heat & Phoenix, where he and his family still live and where he works as a nurse in a Psychiatric Hospital caring for patients with challenging behaviour.

After his six years playing in Cardiff, two of them seeing Chris team up with former team mate Richard Moses as co-managers, Chris moved south to play two seasons with Solent Stars & then moved onto the Coventry Crusaders.

Off the court much of Chris' time is dedicated to his family, but he does like to unwind by watching manchester united football club, listening to music or going fishing when time allows.

Chris is exited to now have the opportunity to bring his experience and enthusiasm back to Cardiff & make a push to enter the natinal ranks again in the near future. .

His goal now is to dominate the welsh league's & once again return to the EBL national league in the near future!









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