| EBL Division 2|
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| Teesside Mohawks 1997 to 2006
Tees Valley Mohawks 2007 to date|
The Tees Valley Mokawks is an Amateur English basketball team from Middlesbrough, Teesside competing in the English Basketball League, Division 2. They play their home games at the University of Teesside.
Tees Valley Mohawks are arguably the most famous club in Tees Valley, having won numerous trophies from 1999 to 2004: The 1999/00, 2001/02 and 2002/03 EBL Div 1 Titles, 2002-2004 Playoff Winners, 1999-2003 National Trophy Winners, and most recently, the 2008 Patrons Cup. The club gained recognition for fast attractive basketball and signing the best the country had to offer. With the signing of a new coach, new players and backroom staff the club are looking to bring the glory days back to Tees Valley Basketball Club.
Tees Valley Mohawks Wikipedia
The £6.5 million centre for sport, the Olympia Building, is equipped with the latest in sport and exercise labs, including a biomechanics lab and a physiology research lab with environmental chamber. A large, multipurpose sports hall, artificial turf pitch and squash courts add extra dimensions to the Olympia Building's facilities. The dedicated Sport and Exercise Therapy Centre includes a sports injury clinic and rehabilitation equipment, situated minutes away from the sports hall.
The Tees Valley Mohawks are very active when it comes to youth development. The Tees Valley Mohawks have an action plan to establish a number of development teams including:Tees Valley Mohawks Division 3 Reserve and development team for the Mohawks playing in the regional Division 3 League.
Tees Valley Mohawks U18
Tees Valley Mohawks U16 Junior development teams playing at National League level in their respective age categories.
Tees Valley Mohawks U12 Junior development team
They also have a partnership with the MFC foundation through the Premier League 4 Sport (PL4S) initiative. Kieron Achara
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