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SPIDER Y News

Good Luck to our Ambassadors [...]

SPIDER-Y wish luck to our ambassadors Harry Brown, Sophie Carigill (GB Wheelchair Basketball) Coral Batey (GB Wheelchair Rugby) and our Patron Hannah Cockroft (Wheelchair Racer) all the best of Luck in Rio, from all the staff and players including Leeds Spiders and Leds Rhinos.

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Meanwhile back home.

 

Leeds Rhinos take on Halfax in the Wheelchair Rugby League Grand Final on 10th Sept 7pm at Medway Park Kent, live on our Facebook Live Page link here https://www.facebook.com/SpiderysportsTV/#

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Leeds Spiders will be in action on 13th September in Leeds at the Millenium Square 5pm - 7pm at the Fan Zone come dowm and have a go of wheelchair basketball.

Spiders start the new season at home on 2nd October vs TCAT Warriors (PL) & North Wales Knights (D3) all starts from 10:30am again live on Facebook and Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/leedsspiderswbc

#RIOtoROCHDALE again good luck to our Ambassadors James Simpson, Jodie Boyd-Ward and Tom Halliwell along with Nathan Collins and Ryan Richardson who take on Ireland, Scotland & Wales in the 4 Nations on 24th/25th September in Rochdale. Again Livestream on both Facebook and Youtube with commentary from anoth Ambassdor Joshua Gardner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGISTRATION OPEN

WBC POSTER 2017

 

LEEDS SPIDERS are opening they registration for next season and inviting potential new players to join the ranks of one of the most exciting clubs in Great Britian. Spider's celebrate their 10th Year in September and are looking to bring success on to court, for their Premier League Team, Division 3 Team, Uner 19s and Women's Team.. So if you want to join contact the club immediatley.

Deadline for Registrations 24th June 2017.

CONTACT LINK HERE

New Ambassadors

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SPIDER-Y is happy to announce additional Ambassadors to our charity to increase maximum exposure for the work we do.

We have invited the following members of our Basketball and Rugby teams to join our Patron Hannah Cockroft MBE, current Ambassadors Harry Brown and Sophie Carrigill on the ambassador register, in doing so we are recognising these indivduals and these achievment over the last 12 months and wish them luck in the coming years whever thats in Rio 2016 or in Australia 2017. Thank you for your support 

 

Congratulations and Good Luck [...]

Congrtatulations and Good Luck

Well after what has been an amazing Summer of Sport for all our athletes past and present weither it was at Junior regionals, School Games , WhRL Grand final, The Paralympics in Rio and also to those taking part in the forth coming 4 Nations Wheelchair Rugby League Competion in Rochdale on 24th and 25th September.

On behalf of SPIDER-Y we would like to congratulate our Patron Hananh Cockroft another 3 Golds, Harry Brown Bronze Medal, Sophie Carrigill Record breaker, Coral Batey all your hard work the last couple of years is paying off, Welcome home, time for a rest sit back and watch your friends and team mates take on the 4 Nations.

So Rio's finish next up Rochdale and the Wheelchair Rugby League 4 Nations Tournement #Rio2Rochdale -

England WhRL take on the home nations at the 3rd 4 nations tournement and its back up North, the first 4 nations was held in Hull in 2012 just before London Paralypics, then held in Medway home of England WhRL in 2014, with Engalnd winning both these competitions. England feature no less than 5 Leeds Rhinos Players Including joint Captain James Simpson(A), along with Jodie Boyd-Ward(A), Tom Halliwell(A), and debutants Ryan Richardson and Nathan Collins along with Sebastien Bechara who featured in Rhinos last season is an impressive line up and shows how far Leeds Rhinos have moved forward in the last couple of years. In Addition to these we are happy to confrim that another 4 of our players have been selected to represent the Exiles ( Other Nations) in the 4 Nations Tony Godward, Luis Domngos, Ewan Clibbens and Joshua Butler, WOW thats a massive achiement for our charity.

All and all 2016 has been an amazing year for SPIDER-Y and its Team, Players and Staff endless awards and recognition and we can only build on this success.

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 AWARD NOMINATIONS

Congratulations to all our members who have been nominated for the forthcoming

Disability Sport Yorkshire - Annual Awards Dinner

Centenary Pavilion, Elland Road, Leeds - 24 March 2017

Recognising Achievement in 2016 

 

NOMINEES REPRESENTING SPIDER-Y

Young Achiever – Boy

Individual who has achieved a high standard at club level or in regional competition. Open to boys aged 18 and under at 31 December 2016              

- Nathan Collins

Regan Cooper Team of the Year

Open to club, county or regional teams of two or more players who have achieved a notable standard of performance

- Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair Rugby League

Service to Sport – The President’s Award

Individuals who have made a significant contribution to the development of sport, who have demonstrated a strong commitment to raising the profile of sport and disability

-           SPIDER-Y

Baroness Masham Wheelchair Performer Award

Individual who has achieved significant success in wheelchair sport              

- Coral Batey

Volunteer of the Year

Outstanding voluntary contribution to the development of sport for disabled people by an individual, group or organisation

                –  Andrew Gardner

Sportsman of the Year

A sportsman who has achieved success at local, regional or national level in 2016 – excluding Paralympians, who may be considered in a separate award.

-           James Simpson

Paralympian of the Year

A regional athlete who has achieved recognition at the 2016 Summer Paralympics.

-           Coral Batey   

-           Hannah Cockcroft

Thank You

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SPIDER-Y thanks long-term supporters!

 

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Hannah Cockroft Patron SPIDER-Y

AFTER breaking seven world records in eight days during 2010, Hannah Cockroft probably thought she’d had her fair share of wheelchair racing  success.hannah cockroft

But in 2011 it has only got better, the voluntary Leeds City Council worker is now a two-time world champion and one of Britain’s brightest hopes for next year’s Paralympic Games.

Cockroft, 18, only began wheelchair racing as a 13-year-old after a simple have-a-go session at a university open day. Five years on she is the worldwide queen of the track, winning both the 100m and 200m races at the recent World Championships in New Zealand.

Realistically her success ‘Down Under’ is hardly a surprise, not when the Halifax-based ace smashed seven world records in just over a week.  But even Cockroft admits she expected nothing like a double gold in New Zealand, admitting the past 12 months has been one non-stop high.

“What a year!” smiles Cockroft simply, asked about the last 12 month’s achievements.

“I don’t know what to say really but I broke seven records in eight days and it was all a bit mental.hannah on track

“I had my last A-level exam, then I had my prom that night and then I went to Switzerland where I broke four world records there – the night after my school prom.

“Then I came back and the weekend after that I broke another three!

“Then it was all hard training up to New Zealand and I went there for the experience really. I ended up getting two gold medals – everything just worked out really well!”

“I don’t think it’s really sunk in yet and it’s all still a bit surreal.

"the road shows that Spider- Y host are a unique opportunity for the local area, its an amazing idea that promotes sport in a fun and inclusive way. This encouragement is continued in the work of the Leeds Spiders basketball team, a successful 2nd and 3rd division team. Their work as a charity is fantastic, giving every individual an opportunity that otherwise, they might not have!"
 Hannah Cockroft 2011

"with the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games fast approaching, everyone wants to be involved. In the past, in my experience, I have seen disabled youngsters being left out of the sporting world because of a lack or equipment or experience on others behalf. Now, with initiatives such as Spider Y, there is no excuse and people are getting involved and loving the experience! There is no excuse for anyone not to participate in sport and now this is being realised, more steps are being taken to include every level of ability."     Hannah Cockroft April 2011

To follow Hannah on her quest for gold - @hcdream2012 

Career highlights

2012 London Paralympics

T34 100m - Gold Medal and Paralympic Record  GOLD

Golden delight for Hannah Cockroft of Great Britain

Hannah Cockroft celebrates winning gold in the women's 100m - T34, the first gold in Athletics for the Host Nation.
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T34 200m - Gold Medal and Paralympic Record   GOLD

Gold medallist Hannah Cockroft of Great Britain waves from the podium

Gold medallist Hannah Cockroft of Great Britain waves from the podium during the Victory Ceremony for the women's 200m - T34 Final on Day 8 of the London 2012 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Stadium.
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2011 IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch
Gold Medals
T34 200m
T34 100m

World Record Holder
100m 18.68
200m 33.47
400m 1.03.97
800m 2.04.84

TRAINING

We train all year round with exception of 2 weeks break at Christmas.

At Morley Leisure Centre LS27 9JP

Monday      7pm-9pm   Basketball Premier League 

Wednesday 7pm-8pm   Basketball Juniors and beginners

Wednesday 8pm-10pm Basketball Premier League and Division 3

Thursday    8pm-10pm Wheelchair Rugby League

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