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Lions make in 3 in a row

Tuesday 25th January 2021 – Wessex League Division 3 Aztecs Lions 52 – 46 Basingstoke Blizzards 2 (15-14; 25-27 [10-13]; 44-39 [19-12]; 52-46 [8-7]) Leading scorers:                         Steve Metson 16; Callum Harvey 11; Gar

Lions record first win!

Aztecs Lions 54-50 Chiltern Fastbreak (OT)   (12-12; 6-10 [18-20; 15-15 [32-34]; 13-12 [46-46]; 8-4 [54-50] Leading scorers:                         Steve Metson 16; Gareth Hill 11; Adam Woolford 9; Gerry Hill 7 MVP (nominated by


With the new season only a few weeks away all five Aztecs teams are training hard. Teams will be training as follows, although these schedules may change as the season progresses. All sessions are at Wellington College, Sports Centre, Dukes Ride, Crowthor

Message to all members from the chair

Whether you are a longstanding member or new to the club, welcome to our new season. As Aztecs first played in the Wessex league back in 1972, this season marks the 50th anniversary of the club which is really exciting. We will have more information about

Welcome back!

After a long period of inactivity we finally have some news! Training has re-started, squads have been selected and fixtures have been set. The Wessex League is running four divisions for the men this year with the Jags playing in Div 2 and the Falcons in

In memoriam – Dave Stephenson

It is with deep regret that we inform you all of the sad passing of former Aztecs player Dave Stephenson on Saturday following a long illness. Dave played for the club for over 20 years and was an integral member of the club until his retirement from comp

Aztecs update – Thursday 5th March 2020

FALCONS AND SUNS BOTH WIN THREE IN A ROW!  The Suns, sitting 5th in Ladies Division 2 only because they have played fewer games than everyone else, recently beat Farnborough Phantoms 49-28, Camberley Goldhawks 50-43 and Aldworth Arrows Academy 79-48. The

what makes a great team-mate?

A great team-mate is resilient. Great team players use temporary setbacks or losses as an opportunity to grow and improve. Don’t make excuses, look for solutions. As a mentally tough basketball player you should pride yourself on being resilient. Your a