Hoopsfix All-Star Classic 2023: Rosters, coaching conference & schedule for this weekend

The 2023 edition of the Hoopsfix All-Star Classic takes places this weekend.

Forty eight of the UK's top male and female Under-19 players have been selected to compete in the latest edition of the British basketball showcase at Crystal Palace on Saturday 27 May.

The event is once again a sell-out, though fans can still catch the action online via the Hoopsfix YouTube channel.

The action begins at 1pm with a Three-Point Shoot Out before the women's game tips at 1:30pm.

At 3:30pm the Dunk Contest will move to the fore, before the men's game brings the day to a close, that game begins at 4pm.

Coaches have also been announced for the weekend, with Rob Fairley and Cristina Stanciuca overseeing the women's game, whilst Vince Macaulay and Liam Jefferson will take charge of the men.

The event will also feature the return of the Classic's coaching conference across the weekend.

The Hoopsfix Foundation will host on and off-court education sessions with nine leading coaches. With the Basketball Coaches Association of the UK, aiming for a second relaunch and working alongside FIBA and Basketball England, a world-class line-up of nine speakers has been secured.

The conference is headlined by Israeli Arik Shivek, the former head coach of the senior Israeli national team, and Spain’s Luis Guil Torres, an assistant coach with the senior Spanish national team and a reigning World and European champion.

For the full coaches line-up and schedule and to buy tickets, click here.

Men's game rosters

Team Black

#1 Stephen Asante, Guard, Myerscough
#3 Tyler Fairbairn, Forward, Itchen
#4 Tyrese Lacey, Guard, Layton Christian (US)
#5 Lane Campbell, Guard, Charnwood
#7 Dijarn Russell-Walters, Forward, Nottingham
#8 Joe Buchanan, Guard, Manchester
#10 Louie Tucker, Guard, SGS College
#11 William Issekya, Guard, Milton Keynes
#12 Chudi Dioramma, Forward, Haringey Hawks
#17 Nedas Cholevinskas, Guard, Barking Abbey
#33 Jayden McPherson, Forward, Holy Trinity School
#34 Timothy Oboh, Forward, Canterbury

Head coach - Vince Macaulay
Assistant coach - Jo Maignomo

Team White

#0 Sebastian Muchitsch, Forward, Holy Trinity School
#1 Liam Campbell, Guard, London Elite
#3 Matthew Goodwin, Guard, Manchester
#4 Declan Kom, Guard, Sheffield Elite
#6 Peter Asante, Guard, Myerscough
#7 Josiah Philip, Forward, New City
#8 Ashley Kitchen, Forward, JMA
#13 Moziah King-Danchie, Guard, Barking Abbey
#14 Clemson Edomwonyin, Forward, CoLA
#15 Di-jani Parkinson, Guard, CoLA
#21 Marcus-Myen King-Danchie, Guard
#34 Ignas Juskevicius, Centre, Barking Abbey

Head coach - Liam Jefferson
Assistant coach - Jesse Sazant

Teams listed from the 2022-23 season.

Women's game rosters

Team Black

#1 Natalie Charity, Guard, Nottingham
#3 Saruna Gudza, Guard, Copleston/Ipswich
#6 Faye Endean, Guard, Itchen/Solent
#9 Felicia Jacobs, Forward, CoLA
#10 Emily O’Connell, Guard, CoLA
#11 Issy Bunyan, Guard/Forward, Cardiff
#12 Blanche Toualeu, Forward, CoLA
#13 Anna Nevison, Guard, Itchen/Solent
#14 Katie Cox, Guard/Forward, Sevenoaks
#33 Jessica Bakhsh, Guard, JSierra Canyon (US)
#37 Florrie Cotterill, Centre, Itchen/Solent
#52 Christabel Osarobo, Forward, Copleston/Ipswich

Head coach - Rob Fairley
Assistant coach - Hannah Alty

Team White

#3 Ebere Egbirika, Guard, CoLA
#4 Fatmata Janneh, Guard/Forward, Barking Abbey
#5 Daisy Porter, Guard, Oaklands
#6 Ana-Isabel Andersson, Guard, CoLA
#7 Yemisi Mefful, Forward, Nottingham
#8 Abbey Whitehouse, Guard, Sheffield Hatters
#11 Erin Caldwell, Guard/Forward, Itchen/Solent
#13 Liv Forster, Guard, Copleston/Ipswich
#15 Louisa Gibbins, Forward, Copleston/Ipswich
#22 Violet Stutz, Guard, CoLA
#24 Erin Powell, Guard, Charnwood/Loughborough
#25 Alex Shaw, Centre, Charnwood/Loughborough

Head coach - Cristina Stanciuca
Assistant coach -  Annie Scanlon

Teams listed from the 2022-23 season.




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