** NEW CLOTHING RANGE AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER ** (added 20th November2018)
We are please to announce that we have a brand new range of clothing available to preorder now. See our Shop page for further details.
Ideally we would like to place an order for pre-Christmas delivery, and we therefore ask for all orders to be placed and paid for by the 30th November 2018.
Dragons suffer miserable start to 2019 (added 15th January 2019)
Bradford Dragons travelled to the Wildcats Arena in Nottingham on Saturday evening, for a National Basketball League Division One fixture against Nottingham McDonalds Hoods, but travelled home with their tails between their legs following a heavy 90-65 defeat.
The previous weekend the Dragons had faced another away trip to Barking Abbey Crusaders, in which an injury ravaged Dragons side had been despatched 88-64 by the Kentish side. :: Read More ::
Bradford Dragons produce last gasp rally to stun Solent (added 19th December 2018
CHRISTMAS came early for the Bradford Dragons, as they defeated the previously unbeaten Team Solent Kestrels in the Dragons’ Den, courtesy of a spectacular three-point buzzer beater by Rihards Šulcs.
The Kestrels had won 10 in a row in the National Basketball League, whereas the Dragons had suffered two successive defeats to Team Newcastle University and Thames Valley Cavaliers
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High flying Kestrels get their wings clipped by Dragons. (added 19th December 2018)
Dragons’ supporters were treated to an early Christmas present on Saturday evening, when they watched their side beat the previously unbeaten Team Solent Kestrels (86-83), in the Dragons’ Den, courtesy of a spectacular three-point buzzer beater by Rihards Šulcs.
Prior to Saturday’s fixture, the Kestrels were the only unbeaten team in the top flight of the National Basketball League this season, having clocked up an impressive ten straight wins. :: READ MORE ::
Dragons Sent ‘Up the Creek’ in Thames Valley (added 05th December 2018)
Bradford Dragons paid the price for a disastrous opening four minutes, on Saturday night, suffering a heavy defeat (115-90) at the hands of Thames Valley Cavaliers.
The Dragons made the long journey to Uxbridge on the back of a home defeat to Team Newcastle University, the previous weekend and with obvious questions regarding how the recent departure of American point guard Drexler Clark will affect the balance of the team. :: READ MORE ::