• Tordoff heading to Skopje

    Myerscough's Zion Tordoff has been named to the under - 18 England squad to fly out to the European Championships in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia at the end of the month. The 12 man roster will compete in group D of the championships with Albania, Slovakia, Scotland, Ukraine and Georgia. "It's an amazing honour to represent my country, getting selected is a great achievement as it was a huge goal of mine, now it is time to focus and contribute to the success of the team". Said Tordoff. Tordoff who was deselected at the last stage whilst with the under - 16 squad 12 months ago, has made major improvements over the…

  • England Call up for Myerscough Newbies

    Highly talented duo Milly Knowles and Shauna Harrison have recently been named to their respective England squads to travel out to the European Championships this summer. The pair, who will join Myerscough College Basketball Academy in September, powered through a vigorous selection process to make the final selection. "I'm honoured and proud to have represented my Country in tournaments over the last three Summers! It's a massive reward for all the hard on the court and in the gym. I couldn't have done it without the help of my coaches and the support of my parents". Said Milly Knowles, who will travel out Sarajevo on the 20th of July with the under - 18's…

  • GB call up for Earl Russell and Kyle Carey

    After a vigorous selection process Myerscough's Kyle Carey and Alumnus Earl Russell have been named to the Great Britain under-20 squad to play at the European Championships being held in Greece which begins on the 15th July. Russell who helped guide Myerscough to the 2015 EABL Championship now plays at Western Wyoming Junior College and was delighted with his inclusion; "It feels great to be selected for the final squad. Representing your country is the highest honour you can achieve in sports, and it has been a goal of mine for many years to compete at the European Championships". Northern Colorado (NCAA) commit Kyle Carey will look to have a…

  • Myerscough add Troy Culley

    Myerscough College Basketball Academy are delighted to have appointed Troy Culley to the coaching team for the start of the 2016/17 season. Culley will begin his position in August and will work alongside existing staff to prepare the academy for their up and coming EABL and National League campaigns. "I'm really excited to join the coaching staff at Myerscough. Having previously worked with Neal (Hopkins) I feel that we both share similar thoughts and ideas" Commented Culley. Along side working at Myerscough, Culley will also be studying for a Post Graduate diploma in Elite Coaching Practice at the University of Central Lancashire. "The position not only provides me with the opportunity to continue coaching at a high level but also to continue my academic studies…

  • Myerscough impress on the world stage

    Myerscough College Basketball Academy finished second at the prestigious International Schools Federation (ISF) World 3 x 3 Championships in Tallinn, Estonia this weekend. Myerscough, representing England fell to Slovenia 17 - 21 in the final having battled past the Czech Republic 11 - 9 in the semi final, and defeating hosts Estonia 15 - 11 in the quarter finals. Myerscough carried a 5 win, 1 loss record from the group stages, picking up impressive victories against Chile, Turkey, Latvia, the Czech Republic and Belgium before a dramatic win against France set up the quarter final against Estonia. After a quarter final victory Ayo Nuwe hit a last second three point shot…

  • Kieran Howell Selected to represent Wales

    Myerscough's Kieran Howell will represent Wales this summer at the Under 18 Division C European Championships in San Marino. Howell has been a key figure for Myerscough having made a big impression in National League Division 3, he also helped the under 18's to secure a Northwest league title as well as being a part of Myerscough's U19 EABL and AOC cup National Finalist side. "Representing Wales at the European Championships has been my dream since starting Myerscough, it will certainly be the pinnacle of my career so far", Said Howell. "Going up against the best players from other countries will allow me to compete at the highest level, it's an experience I…