August saw the Wolves host the Presidents Cup in Sheffield, welcoming the Withrow Knights. It also saw the start of the selection process for the Great Britain senior teams, with a two day training camp being held in Sheffield.
September saw the start of the BHUK Central Conference Season, with teams returning to league action.
It also saw the first ever Central Conference All Stars weekend take place. A large collection of Wolves represented Team South in the series of games, in which they emerged victors.
October saw the Wolves hit their stride in the BHUK Central Conference season, with multiple sides in action.
The Wolverines also kicked off their National Qualifier campaign, at the Tier Three Autumn Qualifiers.
Meanwhile, the u16 Huskies were crowned Autumn Qualifier Champions.
The Wolves enjoyed a successful November this season. The month kicked off with an All-Wolves affair in Division One, the Jackals coming away victorious thanks to *that* Aidan Paget penalty shot.
The following day saw a collection of Vixens players take part in Ball Hockey UK’s Ladies Day tournament.
A week later, Team GB held another training camp in Sheffield, with an array of Wolves involved.
Just a week later, the Wolves won the Tier One National Qualifier tournament, going unbeaten to top the group.
The club also welcomed Jon Rheault from The Nottingham Panthers to Huskies training, an event thoroughly enjoyed by coaches and players alike.
December was another action packed month, as the Wolves continued with the BHUK Central Conference season.
The Timberwolves were honoured to announce a new sponsorship deal with Lindleys Autocentres, while unveiling their new kit.
Our resident photographer Andy Cooke was in action too, as the Werewolves head off to face the Long Eaton Lightning.
The Wolves head an internal Christmas tournament, with Helen Moss’ Team Black taking away the silverware, top scored by Finley Heywood!
The games continued to fly by in the BHUK Central Conference for the Wolves in February, in yet another busy month.
The Werewolves launched their new sponsorship deal with The Fox and Crown, who continue to support the Wolves on and off the court.
The Vixens were also in action, competing in the Ladies Winter Qualifier in Sheffield.
Meanwhile, the last weekend of the month saw the Wolves take three teams to Gateshead for the annual Fantastic 4s tournament, hosted by the NorthEast Dekstars!
March was another busy month for the Wolves, with Tier One, Two and Three Spring Qualifiers all taking place. The Wolves fell on penalty shots to the London Jets in the final at Tier One, while the GB u16s, including five Wolves players, won the Tier Two tournament.
In league action, the The Fox and Crown Werewolves hosted the Long Eaton Lightning, donning their new change strip. Also in Division One, the Direwolves defeated the Greasley Bears at home.
In April, The Wolves were ecstatic to officially launch The Fox and Crown Nottingham Wolves Academy.
April also saw a BHUK Veterans tournament, with Sam Childs captaining his team to victory, while the Vixens were victorious at the Ladies Spring Qualifier in Sheffield.
The month also saw the start of 2019’s Great Britain programme, with a collection of Wolves donning the Lion on both the Men’s and Junior’s Lions trip!
May saw the BHUK Central Conference season begin to wind down, with the Direwolves facing off against The Fox and Crown Werewolves in the league. Wolves Legend Mancel Wood guested in net for the Werewolves.
The Wolves and Vixens both fell short at the Ball Hockey UK Nationals, with both sides losing in the final.
Meanwhile, The U16 Huskies were crowned National Champions!
With much of the domestic season in the books at the start of June, the focus of the Wolves turned to the international scene.
An array of Wolves were in action in the Men’s and Women’s World Championships in Slovakia, as well as the u16 Boys and u18 Girls World Cup in the Czech Republic. The Wolves impressed while donning the Lion, with Hadden Bolstridge opening his GB account for the u16 Boys, and the Men’s side won Silver in the Pool B World Championships.
Domestically, The Fox and Crown Wolves Academy launches their new game jerseys, while the u13 Alaskans we’re crowned League Champions!
The 2018/2019 season came to a close in July, with the Nottingham Jackals being crowned both League and Play-Off Champions.
The club also took the opportunity to celebrate the achievements of Finley Heywood and Ben Royle. The duo became the first products of the Huskies system to play for the Great Britain Men’s side at a World Championships. The pair are also a part of The Fox and Crown Wolves Academy and have spent time coaching the Huskies in recent years.
Thank you to all who made this year, an amazing year!