Successful start: Wheelchair Basketball Training in Buea

As already announced here, the start of the planned training sessions of the wheelchair basketball players in Buea took place on February 3, 2018 at 9 am.

A total of 25 participants prepared with national coach Francois Xavier Nyobe and coach Efon for the upcoming season and were allowed to show who worked on physical fitness and ball handling during the rain break.

The obligatory warming up and stretching awakened muscles and senses after the longer break for the first drills with ball and basket.

It was clear afterwards that there would also be a game on the big field this year to round off the event.

As in the last tournament, the basketball players expressed their appreciation for the opportunity to train together through full commitment and enjoyment.

The food for the almost six hours training session came this time from the own ranks and, like the transport to the training area, was promoted accordingly. We thank everyone involved for the great atmosphere and energetic commitment, it was again a pleasure to see what is possible!


To enable people with disabilities to participate regularly in popular sports in southwest Cameroon, our training courses fill an existing gap where state support is lacking.
With your donation you can enable the participants to experience a feeling of effectiveness and importance in everyday life and to establish it long-term.

Announcement: Wheelchair Basketball Training in Buea

Tomorrow February 3rd, 2018 at the Molyko Sports Complex, Buea we organize a wheelchair basketball training with 20 participants from Buea, Limbe, Kumba and Tiko. National coach Francois Xavier Nyobe will lead the training.

More information: Coach Efon Elad Constantine in an interview with CBS Radio Cameroon.

Wheelchair Basketball Tournament in Yaoundé – Exciting Final

Youndé – Exciting Final at the first Basketball for Development Youth Wheelchair Tournament

Dribble on four wheels at an extremely fast pace was the order of the day in the grand finale. The local teams “Young Stars” and “Wheel Stars” stepped up and showed their wheelchair and basketball skills in catching, throwing, driving and turning.
The two finalists played a highly competitive game in which no points were given away. In the end, the “Wheel Stars” team won the first Basketball for Development Youth Wheelchair Tournament.

At the wheelchair basketball tournament sponsored by us, eight teams competed against each other. The tournament was held on three matchdays in August. The game was played on the grounds of the Centre national de réhabilitation des personne handicapées du Cameroun (CNRPH). Our local partner was Association des Jeunes Handicapes pour l’ Avenir (A. J. H. A.).

Conclusion for all participants: A great event, a great sport! A big thank you to all supporters and volunteers. And if you’re interested: Facebook offers more pictures, videos and reports more

Results of the day:

Match Teams Result
Finale Young Stars : Wheel Stars 21 : 36

 

 

 

Successful first tournament day

Yesterday the first tournament day took place at the terrain of Centre national de réhabilitation des personne handicapées du Cameroun (CNRPH).
8 Teams came together and showed up for competitive but fair matches. All around it was a very succesful first tournament day.
Find more pictures and information on Facebook.

Results of the day:

Match Teams Result
Match 1 Young Stars : Réal CNRPH 29 : 16
Match 2 All Stars : Wheel Stars 23 : 37
Match 3 All Stars : Young Stars 27 : 23
Match 4 Réal CNRPH : Wheel Stars 21 : 23