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Bourne End Tournament Sunday 25th


The club ran a successful, keenly fought, but enjoyable Wheelchair Basketball Tournament at Bourne End Junior Sports Club last Sunday, the 25th of November.


We would particularly like to thank Wendy, Pete and Liz from BEJSC for their continued support of the Aces allowing us the free use their facility.


The event raised in excess of £1300 towards club funds.


Our grateful thanks to the ten teams that entered the event with competitors being drawn from as far afield as Worthing, Felixstowe, Sandhurst, East and South London and those closer to home from Aylesbury, Oxford and lastly the local team entered by the Junior Committee of BEJSC themselves.


The format for the day was two pools of five teams playing each other followed by semi-finals, third place playoff and final. The final was a closely contested affair between a team from Gerald Simonds and Wells 1 with the latter winning 4 nil.


Thank you to everyone that helped organise, donations, support and run the event.



Jerry Strange




A picture of Team Wells 1, the winners on the day.

Gerald Simonds renew their sponsorship of Aces for 2012/13

Jeremy Strange, Chairman of the club reported to the
membership at the first training session of the season two weeks ago.
Gerald Simonds have agreed for a second season to financial support the
club making a significant contribution to our running costs. This generous
level of support will enable the club to play an increased number of home games
at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, the home of Paralympic Sport”.


Penn Fun Run 2010

Aces WBC would like to thank everyone who supported the Penn Fun Run 2010.

Torch Bearers

So we’re a little bit last posting this but here are a few Aces Players bearing Olympic and Paralympic Torches.























New links

Please have a look at our new links page to see some links to organisations that have been of great help to the Aces. Just click on the links button above.

Demo game at Sytner BMW High Wycombe

The folks at Sytner BMW were kind enough to empty their showroom to allow Aces to stage a mini training session and a small demo game.