Shawn Myers and Chez Marks are returning to Cheshire Jets as the first signings of new player-coach James Hamilton.
After recovering from an injury that curtailed Myers’ (pictured) season early last year, the 6′ 6″ Trinidadian forward comes back for his fifth spell with the club.
Joining Myers is also another ex-Jets player in Chez Marks. [read more]
After three straight wins, and with thirteen games remaining the Jets front office has made several moves in recent weeks to poise the organization for a final playoff push. The latest, made to lengthen the team defensively, and add another NCAA Division 1 bred scoring punch, has turned them to 6’6″ Canadian Kai Williams. Williams whom has had stints on the Canadian national team, graduated from South Dakota State in 2010 after averaging 11.1 PPG and 6.4 RPG, enough to earn him an All Summit-League Honorable Mention. In 2010-2011, he spent 44 games with France-NM1 team ADA Blois Basket where he averaged 7.7 PPG and 3.6 RPG. Here is what Kai had to say about his upcoming journey in the BBL. [read more]
The Cheshire Jets have released big man Milan Psaltou after only a week and replaced him with Canadian-British forward Kai William’s brother of Jamal Williams who played for the Jets last season.
The Cheshire Jets have wasted no time in filling the space in their roster as they welcome Milan Psaltou to the Northgate for the remainder of the season. Milan, who is 27 years old and 6 ft 9in tall, can play either the power forward or the small forward position. [read more]
The Cheshire Jets are hoping that a win this weekend against the MK lions will go somewhere to stabilising the clubs play off dreams. The Jets are on home court this Sunday for the re-arranged championship game against their BBL rivals.
The Jets bench will be missing Australian Dan Briglia after coach Lavery took the decision earlier in the week to release him from his contract. [read more]
The Cheshire Jets are pleased to announce the addition of Australian Dan Briglia to their roster; Dan arrived in Chester on Wednesday to start training with the team ahead of a busy weekend of home and away match ups. [read more]