Wolves aim to shoot down Jets

Worcester Wolves head coach Paul James and his side will be hungry to get their hands on some sliverware. Picture by Keith Hunt.

WORCESTER Wolves will launch their bid to win the BBL Playoffs tomorrow (Saturday 7pm) when they take on Cheshire Jets at the University of Worcester. After securing their highest-ever BBL Championship finish in third place Wolves now have their sights ...»

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