Tintin and Jeff on why the Giants are a Brit special

JHP_8159GIANTS ace David Watts and coach Jeff Jones spoke to the BBL website this week with the club’s focus on using British talent high on the agenda.

Tintin and Jeff talked about the team’s home-grown blueprint and the drive towards the play-offs.

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Video: Giants 86 Wolves 94

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Win a FREE place at the Giants Easter camp

WIN a place at the Giants’ Easter Camp in the Manchester Evening News.

Report: Giants 86 Wolves 94

Stefan Gill claims two points against the Wolves. jackhindsphotography.com

Stefan Gill claims two points against the Wolves. jackhindsphotography.com

THE Giants fell just short against title-chasing Wolves – but won’t give up their play-off mission.

Giants Easter Camp – sign up now

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THE Giants’ only officially-sanctioned Easter Training Camp will take place at the Powerleague.

Giants players and coaches will be on hand to develop the basketball skills of 7-11-year-olds and 11-16-year-olds at the venue (formerly Soccerdome) near the Trafford Centre.

It takes place between April 14 and 18 and costs £15 per day or £70 for the week.

There will be T-shirts and medals to be won and food available.

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For an application form click HERE

Please take or post the application form, with payment, to: Powerleague TraffordTrafford Way, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 8DD

Preview: Giants v Wolves

JHP_5012JEFF Jones’ message to his Giants ahead of the clash with Worcester is: Keep up the good work.

The Giants are on a run of seven league wins from 10 outings and it has pushed them to the brink of the play-offs.

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Marsden is BBL player of month

JHP_1363ROB Marsden has been named as the Molten BBL player of the month.

The Giants forward has been having a superb season in the league and proved a huge asset to coach Jeff Jones’ side.

Giants school visits a big success

lakes3THE Giants took the club’s message on the road with a recent trip to the Lake District.

Giants players James Jones, David Watts, Paul Cantwell and Rob Marsden and Great Britain international Lauren Thomas-Johnson were part of a party that visited the Whitehaven Academy, run by Giants partner Bright Tribe, and Windermere School.