Aiman Rezk joins Thunder

Worthing Thunder Basketball Club are delighted to announce the signing of Aiman Rezk for the upcoming NBL Division 1 season.

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New Worthing Thunder Merchandise

Worthing Thunder are pleased to announce the launch a new range of Thunder branded merchandise for the 2017~2018 season.

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Match Night News and New Sponsor

Worthing Thunder are excited to announce our new sponsors, local Italian restaurant group, Giuseppes, who have also entered into  a collaboration with Worthing Leisure Centre, to provide Thunder fans with match night food for all our home matches for the 2017~18 season.

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Taner Adu joins Thunder

Worthing Thunder are pleased to announce the signing of former England International Taner Adu for the forthcoming season.

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Worthing Thunder to host Thames Valley Cavaliers

Worthing Thunder Basketball Club are delighted to announce that Thames Valley Cavaliers will be visiting Worthing Leisure Centre on Saturday September 9 for a pre-season friendly, tipping off at 7.30pm.

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Thunder Support Local Fundraiser

You may not know, but Worthing Thunder regularly help local charities and fundraisers by providing match tickets as prizes.

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Former BBL MVP heads to Thunder

Worthing Thunder Basketball Club is delighted to announce that former BBL MVP Zaire Taylor has joined the team ahead of the 2017-18 NBL Division 1 season.

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Gayle heads to the Thunder

Worthing Thunder Basketball Club are delighted to announce that Daniel Gayle will be the team’s new head coach for the 2017-18 NBL Division 1 season.

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Under 14's make it double winning day

Worthing Thunder under-14 won the national title as they defeated London Thunder Lewisham 87-72 in the NBL Playoff championship game at Belle Vue on Sunday afternoon.

Cameron Hildreth led Thunder with a game-high 34 points and seven rebounds. Abdou Gaye added a 21-point, 12-rebound double-double for the winners who made it a double winning weekend for the Worthing Thunder junior program.

Saul Iwowo led London in defeat with 13 points.

Like their under-16s before them, Worthing fell behind early but responded in the second quarter as a basket by Cameron Hildreth tied the score at 24-24 and even though the London side regained the lead, Worthing were close behind. A score by Josh Hicklebottom gave the Thunder the lead, which grew to double-digits at the half.

Worthing’s momentum carried onto the third quarter where they led by as many as 16 points thanks a score from Hicklebottom. However, Lewisham finished the quarter strong, narrowing the deficit to single digits at the end of the period. Worthing still enjoyed a 63-55 advantage heading into the fourth.

Worthing though quickly restored their ten-point lead early in the last period thanks to a bucket by Hildreth and from there; Worthing’s lead remained in double-digits as the boys from London fatigued.

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