The Hertfordshire Basketball Hall of Fame was launched in 2017. Each yeah someone will be inducted into the hall of fame during the Play Off Finals following the completion of the Division 2 final and before the start of the Division 1 final.
1996 - 2001 Ware Rebels National League 2001 – 2004 Barking and Dagenham Erkenwald National League 2004 – 2005 Herts Warriors National League 2005 – Present Harlow Hawks Herts county, Essex League, Founders Cup
15 years amateur and semi-professional playing experience in the men's English National League with Bromley and Watford Royals (NBL Division 2), Milton Keynes, Ovaltine Hemel Hempstead (6 years), Brunel Ducks, BCP London (all NBL Division 1)Playing highlights
Having begun coaching in the county after sustaining a serious knee injury, the former England under-20 player studied the game in the USA at top NCAA Colleges and in the NBA; he also examined key ideas that underpinned the European approach to the game and went on to an extensive and successful forty-five year professional career in the sport.
Known within the sport as ‘Coach T’ he has a reputation for innovative technical expertise, demanding standards and an ability to maximise his players’ potential. An independent review carried out for UK Sport assessed him as “a World Class Coach”.